Originally appeared in the e-book anthology Royal Weddings and in The Capture of the Earl of Glencrae.She planned every wedding of importance…but never her own.Was that now about to change?Beautiful Lady Margaret Dawlish, the daughter of a duke, is proud to plan the ton's most important weddings—including that of a prince! But now it's Lady Margaret who falls in love, withOriginally appeared in the e-book anthology Royal Weddings and in The Capture of the Earl of Glencrae.She planned every wedding of importance…but never her own.Was that now about to change?Beautiful Lady Margaret Dawlish, the daughter of a duke, is proud to plan the ton's most important weddings—including that of a prince! But now it's Lady Margaret who falls in love, with dashing Gaston Devilliers, the Duke of Perigord. This breathtaking man always ends up where he wants to be—and, in this case, that means in Margaret's arms! And, suddenly, her best-laid plans to guard her heart come completely undone....
|Title||:||The Wedding Planner|
|Number of Pages||:||100 Pages|
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The Wedding Planner Reviews
Author: Stephanie LaurensFirst published: 2011 in multi-author anthology Royal Weddings, and in Laurens' The Capture of the Earl of GlencraeLength: 1321 kindle locations (short novella)Setting: 1820, London. RegencySex: Behind closed doors.Heroine: 28yo, fiance died at Waterloo, now organises society weddings.Includes: Excerpts from The Lady Risks All, The Edge of Desire, The Reckless Bride.Originally published in a compilation inspired by the the wedding of Prince William to Catherine Middleton, "The Wedding Planner" is a sweet but completely unrealistic short novella. Nice characters and story but so unlikely even I couldn't sufficiently suspend disbelief.Lacks depth. Lacks follow through. Lacks believability.Almost as much page time spent on excerpts as story. (I didn't know I was purchasing your ads).Disappointing.References:Author's website: http://www.stephanielaurens.com/books...(ISBN 9780062224187)-CR-
I enjoyed the book very much, the characters were likable, the friction between the two main characters was a lot of fun.What I didn't like was the book was far too short, it lacked a epilogue which ties up all the loose ends ( relationship, courtship, future )I would like to read about about them visiting other characters in another book from the Author.
This was a short story that was included in The Capture of the Earl of the Glencrae. It is under 100 pages good story for a short story still story was quick and easy read and character driven it was sweet and simple. Basic story the oldest daughter of a duke lost her fiance during war and she becomes a wedding planner and gets second chance at love no big mystery no angst just sweet
Things I would have rather spent my 99 cents on, in no particular order:1. A fountain Coke from McDonalds. 2. A cute cardboard box from the dollar aisle at Target. 3. A download of "Carry On, My Wayward Son" by Kansas in the iTunes store. 4. Three minutes of vacuum time at the car wash. 5. Four gumballs. This was a colossal waste of time and money.
so so novella with typical regency characters
I love this author and most of the books she writes and this one was short but not bad I think I will keep reading her books as they come out
Short quick easy read, fun like most Stephanie Lauren's books.