Title: A Wedding Tail
Series: A Rescue Dog Romance #3
Author: Casey Griffin
Release Date: August 1st 2017
Genre: Contemporary Romance
’TIL DEATH DO US BARK…
Wedding planner Zoe Plum has brides from all walks of life vying for her services. The only problem is: happily-single Zoe doesn’t actually enjoy weddings―but that might change when she meets the singer of a local band playing at one of her weddings. His name is Levi Dolson and he’s too gorgeous for his own good. And now he’s gone ahead and charmed her new dachshund. . .
It’s no secret that Zoe doesn’t believe in fairy tales, but that doesn’t stop her from wanting to make sweet music with Levi. While she’s convinced she doesn’t need a man, when someone starts setting one trap after the next to make sure she never plans a wedding ever again, she might need Levi in more ways than she could have imagined. But just how far is Zoe’s hidden enemy willing to go? The only thing Levi knows for sure is that he will do everything in his power to protect the woman who brings music to his soul. Maybe that will prove to Zoe, once and for all, that he is a man worthy of her heart. . .
Zoe is a wedding planner, who has given up on love after her fiance left her at the altar six years ago. The story kicks off at a wedding where all that can go wrong actually is going wrong and there’s nothing Zoe can do to prevent all the chaos in the end. Zoe knows it was a really bad day for her and her business,but wedding expo is coming soon, which should make it up. The wedding expo doesn’t go as planned, someone really doesn’t want well for Zoe. During all the bad things that is happening to Zoe, there’s also something or rather someone to make it more bearable-Levi, a man who she met at the disastrous wedding. Zoe is not very warm toward Levi, but he is determined and doesn’t give up on her that easily.
It’s the third book in the series and after reading this book I wished I had read the first book before reading this one, but I can always go back and just do that. I liked the second book a bit more, but this installment had a great storyline, characters and mystery as well. I didn’t like how Zoe treated Levi at the beginning, especially as Levi always tried to support and help her. Just as in the previous book the main male character was a real book boyfriend candidate. It was a great addition to the series and I’d be happy if the series continued.
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