Wedding planner Jorie Burkeaka "the wedding whisperer"knows all about staging the perfect event. So when it comes to her own wedding, she has every detail worked out: the perfect venue, the perfect flowers, even the most brilliant gift registry idea. Not to mention a perfect fiancé the brilliant, gorgeous senator's son, Cooper Murphy. It's going to be the Washington wedding of the century.
All that's missing is the perfect love.
But halfway through their cake-tasting is a terrible time for Cooper to point that out to her! Can it get any more humiliating for a wedding planner than having her groom call it off? Well, yes, it can. Because it turns out her ex has yet another proposition .
|Series:||Harlequin Super Romance Series , #1711|
|Product dimensions:||4.10(w) x 6.66(h) x 0.83(d)|
About the Author
Ellen Hartman has been making her living as a writer since she got her creative writing degree from Carnegie Mellon University and went to work for Microsoft. She spent fifteen years writing technical documentation no one ever read until she decided to take a shot at writing what she really loves—romance.
Ellen lives with her husband and sons in a college town in New York State. Visit Ellen on the web at www.ellenhartman.com
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
As he struggles with writing his wedding vows political speech writer Cooper Murphy decides instead to end his engagement to wedding planner Jorie Burke. She is heartbroken at a time her business is tanking though she admits herself she would have learned to love him even if it was her late mom's initial doing. His parents demand a seat in the US Senate, which his brother Bailey held from Pennsylvania. However, Bailey has a newborn out of wedlock, which make him poison to his constituents. "Saint Cooper" as Bailey calls his brother will replace as the senator for the remaining few months to the term; heir apparent cousin Theo will be thirty and run in the election. To hold the "family" seat, Cooper needs Jorie as his fiancée because word of his dumping her on top of his sibling's indiscretion would lose the governor's support. Jorie accepts a new engagement only if they work on their relationship. This refreshing political romance works because the audience will believe in the emotions of the lead couple. Fans will accept the tenet that politics is a contact sport played by amoral opportunists (no wonder Congress has such a low rating). Character driven especially by a strong cast (his father, uncle and the state governor are something else while Bay's logic for the affair is a stunner) readers will enjoy a look behind the scenes of DC power brokering. Harriet Klausner