When drama threatens to ruin a romance on a reality show, only a true friend can save a groomzilla’s wedding.
Daniel Green, an event planner with a neat, quiet, orderly life, reluctantly agrees to plan the wedding of his childhood friend Ander, an outrageous fashion designer soon to marry a wealthy entertainment lawyer named Rafe. To complicate matters, the happy couple have agreed to have their wedding made into a reality show—something that practical Daniel isn’t sold on.
Daniel is neither a romantic nor a wedding planner, but he’s the only person in the world who can manage Ander. Distracting him from his mission is Owen Grainger, a too-handsome-to-be-true producer whose quiet charm pulls Daniel into his orbit.
When the stress of the show triggers bad behavior from Ander, co-producer Victor Pierce decides it’s the key to a ratings bonanza, and he begins to undermine Ander and Rafe’s relationship to create more drama. Daniel is determined to protect his friend and his own reputation, but when he finds himself falling hard for Owen, there’s much more at stake than ratings.
It really was a cute weekend, nothing better to do, read. No heavy thinking, no heavy crying, no heavy plot.
Two guys that shouldn’t be getting married, are. One guy that has no experience planning a wedding, is. And two men that hate each are running the TV show that one of the grooms signed up for.
The whole wedding plans start falling apart when groom two, decides that he has to leave town on business all the time. And this cause groom one to flip.
So even though this was about grooms, the planner and the producer really took over the book. And they a pretty cute couple. However, Ander (groom one) really does drag it down. The sub plot of Owen and Victor is an interesting twist.