Happy Ever After by Nora Roberts
We finally arrive at book 4 in the Bridal Quartet by Nora Roberts. The first three, in case you're interested, are Vision in White, Bed of Roses, and Savor the Moment. This final book focuses on Mac, the organized wedding planner of the girls. Her focus on progress and accomplishments has driven her away from commitments in the past, but she keeps getting drawn back to one guy in particular. Of the four books, this was probably my least favorite -- a little too predictable and cheesy (although they all have the cheese-factor to a certain extent!), but how could I not complete the series?? If you're an avid reader and planning a wedding, aim to read the whole quartet -- you will enjoy the content, you won't be burdened by the length or difficulty, and, who knows? You may even pick up some new ideas!
Booklist review from Amazon.com:
As wedding planner for Vows, Parker Brown manages to make every wedding the perfect day for her clients. From demanding brides to feuding guests to last-minute menu changes, Parker can handle anything and anyone with aplomb. Nothing and no one rattles her, until Malcomb Kavanaugh unexpectedly kisses her one day after helping her fix a flat tire. At first, Parker dismisses the kiss as just another twist to Malcomb’s always flirtatious nature, but as it turns out, the sexy auto mechanic really is interested in starting something with Parker. Somehow, though, the whole idea of a serious romantic relationship with Malcomb is enough to rattle her. Roberts, the reigning Queen of Romance, brings her Bride Quartet series to a splendidly satisfying conclusion with another deliciously sexy and delightfully humorous contemporary romance that perfectly celebrates the importance of love, friendship, and family in any woman’s life. --John Charles