Book Review: Reality Wedding
By: Laura Heffernan
Published By: Kensington Publishing
Publication Date: March 6, 2018
Page Count: 222
Page Count: 222
Source: eARC kindly provided by publisher
Reality Wedding is the third and final book in Laura Heffernan's Reality Star series. I think it might be my favorite of the three!
Jen and Justin are finally engaged and trying to plan a small ceremony for their wedding on a modest budget. However, they get a phone call from their former Fishbowl friend Ed & the studio that they need a couple to fill in at the last minute for a reality wedding TV show. The Network offers to pay for Jen's dream wedding and honeymoon, and it will also help Ed out of a bind, so Jen decides to talk to Justin and think about it. It turns out Justin's boss also gets a call from the Network, and his job ends up in jeopardy if they don't do the show. So, their reality wedding is on!
Jen and Justin make their own set of rules so they can try to avoid getting sandbagged by the Network. However, things never go as planned...especially when their "favorite" TV producer is involved. Throw in a dashingly handsome wedding planner and a FL hurricane that makes it almost impossible for the groom to arrive at his own wedding, and you've got a recipe for disaster!
Reality Wedding is full of great hi-jinks and hilarity, plus some touching and heartfelt moments. It was fun to read from beginning to end. If you've read the first two books in the series, you should definitely read the third. If not, then you need to read this entire series!
SAY ‘I DO’—OR ELSE
When Jen Reid escaped a reality TV cruise with her relationship intact—if not her hair—she swore she was done with the cameras for good. Sure, she and Justin met, had their first kiss, and got engaged with tape rolling, but manufactured drama and ruthless producers have shaken them up more times than she can count. With Jen’s reality-themed bakery just getting started and her brand-new lawyer fiancé in a pile of debt, they’re a long way from glitz and glamour, and that’s fine by Jen. Until the Network calls and tells her that unless she says “I do” to a wedding special, Justin will be out of a job.
Now Jen has two weeks to plan an all-expenses-paid “dream wedding”—and dodge the tricks and traps of a showrunner happy to mess up her future in the name of ratings. Luckily for Jen, she’s got plenty of experience with cake and popcorn. But when real-life drama and reality TV twists collide, the cliffhangers may just follow her right down the aisle . . .