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Luke Skywalker was juggling martini glasses. Albert Einstein was dirty-dancing with Monica Lewinsky. And Zorro was arguing with Death himself. For wedding planner Carnegie Kincaid, it was just another night on the job: a coed bachelor party thrown by one of Seattle's hippest couples--the bride-to-be a hard-charging Microsoft millionaire, the groom a Seattle Sentinel news editor.
But what started as the perfect evening for the young, handsome, and politically correct ended in disaster. One beautiful bridesmaid was dead, and another had thrown herself into Elliott Bay. Now Carnegie has more than a cutting-edge wedding to save. All around her, secret liaisons are unraveling, dangerous decisions are coming to light, and at least one criminal is lurking. With families to please, dresses to hem, and headlines to grab, Carnegie is discovering the dark side of love and marriage amid high and low Seattle society--and that while some passions may be forever, some are a motive for murder....
Fun book. I enjoy reading books set in Seattle. Her use of local landmarks enlivens the storyPublished 12 months ago by E. Dunagan
Donnelly has a way of plopping you right down in Seattle and surrounding you with lots of matrimonial hijinks... Read morePublished on June 14, 2007 by L. Bryan
This is an enjoyable read -- well plotted, well written, and with a likeable main character (Carnegie Kincaid, wedding planner). Read morePublished on September 21, 2004 by M. C. Crammer
A lot more predictable ending than the first book of the series, but a fun read that has the makings of a great series.Published on February 3, 2003
Carnegie Kincaid is planning the wedding of two of her on again off again boyfriend's coworkers. At the moment it is off. Read morePublished on January 24, 2003 by Moe811