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True love is in the details for the Jersey shore’s premier wedding planner in this heart-swooning series about big dreams and happy endings from New York Times bestselling author Jennifer Probst.
Avery Sunshine might not have a soul mate of her own, but she still believes in happily ever after—for her clients. Making dreams come true is her business at Sunshine Bridal, which she runs with her two sisters. When her best friend announces her engagement, Avery is thrilled to take charge of the giddy bride-to-be’s big day. Less thrilling? Her best friend's arrogant and demanding brother, who just so happens to be the man of honor.
Carter Ross’s first instinct: call 911. He promised to always take care of his impulsive little sister, and he honors that vow. Even if it means taking over her wedding, where he is sure Avery will fail. At best, Avery is unpredictable. At worst, if she’s anything like the spitfire of a college girl he remembers, the main event could run wild.
With Avery and Carter wrestling for control, tempers heat up. So does the spark of attraction they’re fighting with every kiss. As the wedding draws near, it’s time to reconcile a rocky past and make a decision that could change everyone’s lives. Because what they’re rebelling against looks a lot like love.
315 pages, Kindle Edition
First published May 1, 2020
He did not believe in love, she did, she wanted more than a fling he did not, so she said I can't do this because she was in love with him and he was like okay I guess and they broke up, no dumping was involved, HOPE THAT CLEARS IT UP!!,I saw nothing really redeemable about him as a romance hero but he seems to be really good with kids and dogs. See I for one completely understand that family has a huge impact on your life and beliefs, but that does not give you an excuse to be a dick. It just felt unbelievable the way the hero and heroine finally got together, she gave in so easily, like make him work for the shit he has said!
he dumped her(you know the breakup that happens a chapter before the epilogue). ...