The question has been asked. The bride to be has said yes, now what? Emerson is so excited that she is getting married. She wants the wedding to be spectacular and over the top. There is a problem, though . Emerson finds herself on the edge as she tries to plan the perfect wedding. Don't we all know there is no such thing as a perfect wedding? Someone needs to clue Emerson in on that.
Everyone has probably heard the term, "Bridezilla", but someone needs to clue Emerson in . At times her character started to irritate me, then she gets a grip and soon realizes that maybe the wedding is becoming more important than the actual marriage. Emerson is very likeable and I started to really want to jump in and help her with the wedding. As you read the story, you find little updates as you start to dig into the next chapter. The author writes an inspiring story of love and what marriage is really about.
Overall the story was sweet and had fun little parts that kept the characters interesting. I loved the surprise at the end and was happy to see that Emerson realized that what was important was marrying the person of her dreams and not how elaborate a wedding should be.
I received a copy of this book for an honest review