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It's Not My Wedding: But I'm in Charge

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  • Posted March 22, 2010

    This is a cute book

    I really enjoyed this book. Light and easy read, especially if you like to read about the jobs of wedding planners. Would recommend Sharon Naylor;s Its my Wedding Too.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 2, 2007

    Too bad to pick up!!

    We all know that old saying about a really well-written book, 'Too good to put down'. Well this book definitely falls on the other end of the spectrum. To sum it up, it truly is 'Too bad to pick up'! I really wanted a good 'summer read' and was so excited to lie out by the pool and relax with this book!! I just couldn't do it!! I tried and tried!! I kept hoping it would get better, but it didn't. It's corny, it's childish, it's just BAD!!! I work hard for my money (still paying off student loans from law school) and I really can't stand throwing money away!! So take my advice, pass this one up. Don't make me say, 'I told you so'!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 30, 2007

    Disappointed...very disappointed

    I purchased this book in a rush without even glancing at the inside of the cover (Bad Idea). If I had just read one or two pages, I would have never purchased it. It seems as though the author has combined a bunch of stories already told (whether on the big screen, tv or in books) and sloppily lumped them together into this book. The material is written without originality, lacking finesse and is predictable.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 26, 2007

    Don't buy it

    I will make this simple and to the point. Do not buy this book. It is juvenile and boring. The writing style is poor and storyline is predictable. Don't buy it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 12, 2007

    Romantic Suprise

    i randomly picked up this title but the minute i started i couldn't put it down. Take it from this bookworm, this book will make you believe that real love does exist - and it doesn't make it cheesy or cliche! You'll fall in love with the characters and it's HILARIOUS!!! Read it! Read it! Read it!!!

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    lighthearted look at what goes into a celebrity marriage

    Anyone who can afford seven digits with no decimals wants to hire Zoe Brandenberg as their wedding planner as Zoe¿s ¿angel¿ Mylie Ford walks six blocks to the bank to deposit a ten million dollar check of which she receives 5% after the I dos. Their current clients are the latest wedding of the decade as all Zoe ceremonies are, but superstars Kick Lyons and Celia Tyranova demand their upcoming gala be kept top secret, not easy to accomplish when every action Zoe takes is followed closely by the media and in this case the bride and groom are paparazzi favorites. The pressure is totally on Mylie to pull off this wedding as Zoe is somewhat a decoy. --- However Zoe fires Mylie over an alleged indiscretion with Bryan an apparent paparazzi, which angers Kick and Celia who like Mylie. Her friend Renata suggests Mylie go to Dolphin Dance to recover from her shock. There she meets Russell the chef and his six years old daughter Emma. As she falls in love with Russell over what Mylie assumes is the dancing objection of his daughter Zoe, Celia and Kick want her back while Bryan stalks her as his ticket to the wedding of the century. --- Wedding expert Sharon Naylor provides a lighthearted look at what goes into a celebrity marriage from the perspective of a likable wedding planner. The story line is totally owned by the beleaguered but honest Mylie as she struggles with the differing demands of her two clients, the outrageous orders of her boss, the odious stalking of her former beau, and the worst of all the insistence of her heart. Though the ¿conflicts¿ seem minor and the romance comes late, readers will enjoy this fine look at planning the marriage of the century. --- Harriet Klausner

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    Posted February 15, 2011

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