Ellen says the guy is a “10,” but the last guy she set her up with was a “–5.” Rachel’s been flirting with coworker Noah Peterson and she’s hoping he’s noticed. Then, she finds out Noah has big plans. Even worse, he advises Rachel to go on the blind date!
Should she play it safe and spend the Hallmark holiday with her loyal pooch, Chester, or risk another dating disaster by trying yet again for love?
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Unfortunately, someone else has offered to come to the bride's rescue--best man Ben Atkins, the same man who destroyed Sarah's high school science project all those years ago. Now he wants to one-up her by retrieving the charm first? Sarah refuses to let that happen. The race is on.
When Sarah and Ben arrive in Atlanta, instead of finding the wedding charm there's a letter from the bride's grandmother directing the bride and groom to complete a series of tasks in order to prove their commitment to each other. With the wedding only two days away, Sarah and Ben must join forces by pretending to be the bride and groom in order to earn the wedding charm. Should be a cinch. After all, how hard can it be to fake true love for forty-eight hours?
"I couldn't help but smile and laugh at the antics that Ben and Sarah go through. There's something about weddings that really puts the feeling of love into the air and I'm so excited for this whole series!" -- 5-Star Review Katie's Clean Book Collection
Claire never forgot about her schoolgirl kiss with Alex, so when he returns to their small beach town and tries to stop her client’s wedding she’s ready to convince him true love is real.
From a New York Times bestselling author, don’t miss this sweet story that will inspire you to believe first love can last forever in THE WEDDING BOUTIQUE.