Most brides dream of planning every last detail of their wedding. Not Olivia Markham. She’d been down the aisle once already and regretted that decision, along with every other judgment call connected with her unfaithful ex.
But she also never planned on falling for Adam Burkhardt, who proposed sooner than anyone could have guessed.So when Adam suggests letting their mothers suss out the particulars for their big day, Olivia agrees, hoping it will assuage their mothers’ trepidation towards their upcoming union.
She even relents to having a bachelorette weekend, for the sake of her friends.Olivia shall endure more nuptial nonsense and play bride once again.They should have eloped.
This is book 2 in the Bourbon books series and is just as good as the first. If you haven’t read Dibs you really need to first to get an idea of Adam’s and Olivia’s relationship, in this story we follow them planning their wedding. It reminded me of my husband’s and my wedding day, we didn’t tell anyone that we were going to get married just went on holiday to Canada and came back married. I think a wedding day is about the two people that are getting married and not anyone else. I love the way Adam and Olivia’s feelings and relationship grow through out the book. I am so ready for book 3 to find out what is going to happen next.
I received an ARC copy of this book for an honest review.
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