Book Review: Every Bride Has Her Day by Janice Thompson

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Every Bride Has Her Day
by Janice Thompson
Rating: 4 of 5
Book 3 in the Brides with Style series
Revell – Fiction | Contemporary Romance

After all that they’ve gone through, Katie Fisher and Brady James are finally getting married. Having been dreaming and planning her wedding since she was young, Katie is ready to begin wedding plans until she discovers that she can’t seem to say no to all of her family’s and friends’ ideas for the perfect wedding. Katie is torn between her sweet hometown and her new friends in Dallas, but she still knows that change is inevitable. With Brady possibly getting back into professional basketball, Katie’s whole life is about to change even more. Since Katie already has her perfect wedding gown, courtesy of her future mother-in-law and boss, how will Katie be able to fight for her own wedding? Will Katie be able to have her dream wedding or will she try to compromise her vision to please her family and friends?

I was so excited to read this story. It  picks up where the previous book took off so I would definitely recommend reading the other two books first to get the full effect. The book could possibly be read without the others but it will make so much more sense to have read the others.

Ever since Katie wrote that essay and won the free wedding dress, her life has been changed for the better. I really enjoyed getting to know more about Katie in this story. The author is one of my favorites for light-hearted contemporary romance. I could feel the tension and unease that Katie felt when she felt like everyone was trying to tell her what her wedding should be like. I could feel the frustration and anxiety building in Katie and could totally relate to her as the main character. I loved the other love stories that were interwoven and nicely tied off because I’ve gotten to know these characters and become invested in their happiness.

I highly recommend this book for anyone who needs a light, summer romance.

I received this book for free from the publisher and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

 

 

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