Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Going to the Chapel Book Review

I was on the search for more books at the library and found Going to the Chapel (Life, Faith & Gettin​g It Right #19) (Steeple Hill Cafe) by Janet Tronstad.  I didn't know anything about it but I put it in the bag to bring home from the library.  I figured that since I like everything else by the author that I would love this one too.

Her rich, spoiled, about-to-be-married cousin always loved making Julie White feel inferior. So to impress Cousin Elaine, Julie lets her think she's landed her dream job--as a wedding planner. But when Elaine's real wedding planner runs off with all her families wedding money, she begs Julie to save her big day, forcing her to organize a huge, splashy wedding at the chapel where she actually works. Hopefully, the bride, the groom and two hundred assorted guests somehow won't notice that it's really a funeral chapel.  Pick up this book to find out how it all goes!

It was a fun book that was totally different then the other books by this author in the Dry Creek Series.  I was thinking that there was going to be more similarities but I think that this is more like Janet Evanvovich series with Stephanie Plum.  If there was something that could go wrong, it did and there are so many fun family fun times.  I thought it was a great character development book and I am going to start looking for a few more like these ones by Janet Tronstad.  I hope that you can pick this up this at your local library or bookstore and check it out for yourself!

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