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Planning a wedding is stressful enough, and that’s without a harem of gorgeous men to deal with. 

Mia Harrington has had a difficult time of it lately - her father’s illness and subsequent death, then her finding out she must get married if she is to inherit what’s rightfully hers. Fortunately, she’s tough and resourceful and has emerged relatively unscathed from this period, as well as having found herself a suitable husband.  

However, things are far from simple. Mia might be planning to marry investment banker Elias Pym, but she’s also having a relationship with his best friend, Doctor Alex Cartwright, and is in love with her gardener, Thomas Walker. Add to that broken dates, flashy proposals, a sexy Asian tech billionaire, and a nosy housekeeper, and you’ve got a situation hectic enough to drive even the most capable person to distraction. 

Can Mia juggle her men, her job, and the wedding arrangements, or is her happily ever after over before it has even begun?  

Mia's Wedding is the second audiobook in The Heiress's Harem contemporary reverse harem romance series. 

©2018 Lucy Felthouse (P)2018 Lucy Felthouse

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  • Misty
  • Washington
  • 06-02-18

Not what I was hoping for

Book 1 was so good. So juicy and full of so much story.

I really am just let down by book 2. There was very little by way of meat, most of the book was incidental fluff. And when I was finally looking forward to hearing what would be happening, the book skipped forward, “5 months later”... just so frustrating. I very rarely give a bad review and especially when it is content based as I hate to judge what someone writes, but I felt like this not a similar book to book 1, both in content and style.

The only thing I am not disappointed in is the performance. Poppy Jay Fox gives a great narrative and made the story easier to digest.