My Frenzied Quest to Tie the Knot, Tear Up the Dance Floor, and Figure Out Why My 15 Minutes of Fame Included Commercial Breaks
How does a perfectly normal girl turn into a crazed maniac?
A marriage proposal, of course.
But it’s not the marriage that is the problem, oh no, it’s the wedding that must be performed first.
Grab a front row seat and laugh as the seemingly normal Rachael maliciously crams her wedding preparations into a few months.
I’m not a fan of chick lit and I actually thought this was a non-fiction book until I began reading (no, I obviously didn’t read the synopsis well) but all in all it was fun.
As always. it took me a while to just relax and enjoy the first-person story telling but once I got into the groove it was fun. I enjoyed Rachael, for the most part, and could easily put myself in her place — though of course I’d never done anything nearly that crazy, every stunt she pulled had been at the back of my mind when planning my beautiful fiasco ;).
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