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by Lucy Kevin

Genre: Contemporary Romance, Anthology
Sensuality: MILD

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These three stories in one are sweet and, romantic, delivering a happy ending for every couple. It’s refreshing to read a love story that focuses on the innocence of falling in love with just enough complication to make it all worth it in the end, and Say I Do accomplishes that perfectly.

Chef Julie Delgado has always stayed on the safe side. In “The Wedding Gift,” food critic Andrew Kyle convinces her to take a chance, not only with her cooking, but with him. In “The Wedding Dance,” architect Patrick Knight meets Phoebe Davis, a floral designer with a gift for creating beautiful arrangements, and keeps his eye on the cynical beauty. Tyce Smith sings to Whitney Banning in “The Wedding Song,” and it’s what she needs to realize he is the love of her life. (HQN, Feb., 400 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Terri Dukes

Publisher: HQN

Published: February 2014

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