By Cara Lockwood
She creates excellent days. despite her incorrigible curly hair, Lauren Crandell is a neat-freak and organizational guru, features that make her the correct marriage ceremony planner. but if weddings in a single day move haywire, and hunky firefighter Nick Corona involves the rescue -- two times -- Lauren realizes there are a number of vital information in her personal existence she hasn't been tending to considering the fact that her divorce. particularly, her intercourse existence. She lives lonely nights. candy and horny Nick turns out hell-bent on fanning the flames among them, and Lauren certainly feels sparks flying. yet she's scrambling to plot nuptials for her such a lot not easy shopper but -- a stunning, crafty, and certifiable Psycho Bride. With the massive day swiftly drawing close, a chain of misunderstandings, mishaps, and fallacious identities threatens to smash now not one, yet fortunately ever afters. yet along with her profession and her love existence at the line, the marriage planner simply may examine that you simply cannot plan every little thing, least of all real love.
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But I was "in love," or thought I was, and he was incredibly handsome, or at the very least very stylish, and what he lacked in brainpower he certainly made up for in smoothness. Without a doubt, he was a charmer. It just so happened that he didn't like to work so much, or pay bills, or do anything except borrow my MasterCard and go to the mall. He had a particular affinity for all things Kenneth Cole, especially when they were frightfully expensive and magnificently impractical. He owned no fewer than three leather jackets, although it's common knowledge that here, in Austin, Texas, winter temperatures rarely get below 40 degrees, and you're never more than two weeks away from a 75-degree day even in the middle of January.
If you really think you can do this," she said, "take a look at these files and they'll bring you up to speed on where we are with planning. " I did a quick calculation. Five weeks? Was that right? There was no possible way I could pull this together in little more than a month! Darla just looked at me. " she challenged. "Er, no. No," I said, smiling feebly. It was so going to be a problem. "Is there anything special . . " I trailed off, not really sure what I was asking, and I was distracted by the disorganized and crumpled papers seeping out of the file.
Whiskers let out a frightened hiss and burst from the room as if she'd been electrocuted. "Thanks," I said, smiling. " Ms. " When no answer came, Ms. Davenport yelled again. "G? Where are you? " G poked her head around the corner at the top of the stairs and smiled. "Missy! " "Stuff the nonsense, G. " I admit that what I liked most about Ms. Davenport was how she put G and Whiskers in their respective places. It's terrible, I know, but I have such few pleasures at work, you must allow me this one.