Beth Kozera promised her best friend, Carrie Hansen, she would stay and manage Celebration House in Carrie’s absence. How she regrets that promise!
Because Beth has no idea how to run an event venue. Since when did brides become so demanding and grooms so lecherous? Plus, Beth can’t boil water, let alone supervise a sit-down dinner for two hundred guests every weekend.
Thank goodness for Joshua. Or, at least, she thinks. But when Beth offers his mom a job overseeing the kitchen, Josh shows his patriarchal colors. So much for tall, dark and haughty.
Could Beth’s life get more complicated? Apparently so. Her former fiancé wants Beth back, convinced if he can restart his romance with her, he can somehow mend his life.
All Beth wants to do is keep her promise to Carrie, but can every promise be kept?
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About the Author
Annette Drake is a multi-genre author whose work is character-driven and celebrates the law of unintended consequences. She makes her home in Washington state. A member of the Romance Writers of America, Annette loves ferry rides, basset hounds and bakeries. She does not camp.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Taking a stroll through Stratton House with someone less keen of the idea was magnificent. New characters and twists keep the plot interesting
While I liked this story for the most part, it was no where near as good as the first book "Building Celebration House". It's a shame that the author felt the need to include sex to try to improve the story. Unfortunately it didn't improve the story, it cheapened it. It made the character (a successful nurse practitioner and business woman) a wishy-washy, unable to make good decisions woman. That made the character less believeable. Won't purchase the last book as the sample at the end of this book makes the character (who is suppose to be a sucessful business woman) to be extremely impulsive and rash. Again not in character for the person they are portrayed to be. ** esk 04/2018 **