Book Review: The Wedding Charm by Susan Hatler
How far would YOU go to make your best friend's wedding perfect?
Sarah never thought she'd have to fly across the country to Atlanta two days before her best friend Jill's wedding, with her high school nemesis Ben no less, to retrieve a family good-luck charm. But that's what best friends do, right?
Discovering that Jill's grandmother was a meddling old lady who has set tasks for Jill and her fiancé to complete before they can get the charm puts a definite crimp in Sarah's plans to make a hasty getaway. She has no choice but to pretend to be madly in love with Ben in order to get the charm.
Before she knows it, Sarah finds herself invading the pitch at an Atlanta Braves game, lying her way into a museum, almost getting arrested for stealing a Degas, crashing a Southern high tea, falling into a lake, rescuing a dog, and falling in love.
She could probably have taken it all in her stride except for that last part...
This was absolutely DELIGHTFUL. I loved Sarah and Ben together; the whole story was like a slice of wedding cake, sweet and delicious. I hadn't encountered Susan Hatler's books before but I'll definitely be looking out for more of hers in the future.
Five stars for a charming and adventure-filled love story!
Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book for review through NetGalley.