Monday, January 19, 2015

Once Upon A Wedding by Kelly Rae with Review by Samantha


Cassie Anderson, bridesmaid extraordinaire, is tired of attending her friend’s weddings either solo, or with her best friend, Thad. Finding a real date is simply too much work. Especially when she sees an old acquaintance from high school, Dan, at her friend Shelley’s wedding. After the spark shared between them, Dan has become the object of her affection. Too bad he has a nasty habit of having a date on his arm at every turn. Stealing another woman's date is against the rules, but if she could just catch him alone…well, that would be fair game! Unfortunately, timing is everything, and she and Dan seem to have the worst. Always the bridesmaid, walking away with nothing more than a dreadful dress, Cassie is committed to changing her luck and getting her man!

*This is the first novella in a series of four. These are not cliffhanger stories and can be read as standalone.*

'I was given a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review'

Cassie brings the cliché of always a Bridesmaid never a Bride to life. Going to Wedding after Wedding for her old classmates makes her feel the pain of not having that special someone in her life. She usually goes by herself or takes her best friend Thad with her. But she wants the real thing. When she runs into Dan an old friend from school she can't believe how much he had changed. He seems to like her too although he either has a date when she see's him or he just isn't in a state of mind for what she has in mind.

My Opinion:

I enjoyed this book. It was a short book but it was still enjoyable. It was interesting reading the trials that the two went through in trying to come together. You really start to feel for the characters. I definitely recommend reading.

Kelly Rae is a native of California, born in the Bay Area, now living in the Pacific Northwest. Kelly has an twelve-year-old son, who is her inspiration in all things and the truest love of her life. She writes Contemporary Romance, for Forever Red Publishing, and also has Indie titles available for sale. A hopeless and hopeful romantic, she loves to create characters that readers will relate to or recognize bits of themselves in each hero or heroine. Emotion is her driving force, love being her favorite of them all!

Twitter: @kellyraebooks 
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