Cynical single gal Larissa has been to too many weddings. Nonetheless, when her friend Malena asks her to be a bridesmaid, she's a good sport, despite the floor-length aqua satin nightmare she's made to wear.
Larissa has given up on the idea of ever walking down the aisle herself. These days, her idea of a perfect Saturday night is more likely to involve wine and on-demand movies than high heels and a push-up bra.
Enter Mark, the bride's sexy single brother who sees something special in Larissa. Mark, the one man who has Larissa considering breaking her "no wedding hookups" rule. But will they share a night of fun or something more? With plenty of champagne and the blissful romance of a wedding, true love might just blossom.
What does Amy McFadden bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
I found this story while searching for another book read by Amy McFadden (that wasn't too soppy).
Any additional comments?
A promising writer. While the ending was fairly predictable, I still enjoyed the listen.
I giggled my way thought this story. It had the right amount of romance with a hint of sexy. One of the best short stories I have ever listened to. Please make more of Traci Halls books in audio.