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The frighteningly prolific Roberts (see also Black Hills, reviewed on page 42) kicks off a frothy series about four friends who form an all-inclusive wedding service called Vows. Mackensie Mac Elliot loves capturing happy and playful moments with her camera, but her own life is all about work—until she meets English teacher Carter Maguire. He's escorting his bride-to-be sister to a meeting with the Vows team and recognizes Mac as the girl he crushed out on in high school. Funny sparks fly: he's a geeky guy who quotes Shakespeare, she's a trendy workaholic who loves shoes. He's crazy about her, which makes him verbally clumsy and, to Mac, charming, though she's saddled with a needy mother, an absent father and difficulties with both that make falling in love complicated. Roberts pulls off a nice switch in making the woman afraid of saying I do, and her gentle humor and likable cast will immediately endear this series to readers. (May)
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Two out of three isn’t bad, right? Mackensie “Mac” Elliot had the perfect job and the best friends in the world, Emma, Laurel, and Parker. Together, the four were Vows, Connecticut’s hottest wedding-planning company. So what if Mac hadn’t found her own Mr. Right yet. Then Mac literally bumps into shy, scholarly, yet surprisingly sexy Carter Maguire when he turns up for his sister’s wedding-planning meeting, and Mac quickly discovers exactly what is missing from her up-until-now satisfactory life. After blending paranormal and fantasy elements in her last four romance trilogies, consistently engaging Roberts returns to basics and her literary roots. The result is a thoroughly charming contemporary romance that neatly showcases this reigning romance author’s flair for sharp, clever writing and realistically complicated characters in a compelling celebration of the power of friendship and love. --John CharlesSee all Editorial Reviews
My 2nd time around reading this series and I'm sure I'll be reading it again in a few years, Nora's stories always grab me from the first page and keep me enthralled to the very... Read morePublished 18 hours ago by MisMelissaJ
They had cell phones in 2009. I don't understand all the land lines and message machines. The dialogue sounds young, but the narration doesn't match that tone. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Mazzoccs
Enjoyed it. Delightful, easy read. Cute story. Can't wait to read the next one in the set. Perfect for a rainy day.Published 12 days ago by Leigh Bossinger
Slow moving. OK for a quick beach read. Hope any ensuing books are more interestingPublished 29 days ago by Nonn
This book gets three stars only because it's the best in the series. That's not saying much. Mac is a photographer with Mommy issues. Read morePublished 1 month ago by tmitch
I enjoyed this book as I do most of her books. The stories keep your interest.Published 1 month ago by willy