Review: The Bride Wore Chocolate by Shirley Jump @shirleyjump
I was enjoying this book until I got to the end of the 22nd chapter and I have an excerpt for a different book. Was going to rate this a 4 star book took one star off because author used 1 instead of I in several places. Took another star off for the middle of the book screw up.
I am tired of paying for books not properly formatted and edited.
The bunnies and I give this book carrots.
Disclosure: Book was purchased at Amazon.
Candace Woodrow knows it’s a recipe for disaster. She has no business even looking at another man–no matter how sinfully sexy he is–much less waking up in Michael Vogler’s bed three weeks before she marries Mr. Right. She’s determined the wedding will go off without a hitch–as long as she can keep her meddling grandmother, her flighty mother, and her well-meaning friends from interfering with her plans–and pointing out her doubts every time she turns around. And it won’t be easy–since Michael’s just become Candace’s biggest client, with an order for thousands of the Gift Baskets to Die For she creates with her friends. Worse, he wants to work closely with Candace…every step of the way. It’s enough to drive a girl to intravenous chocolate consumption, 24/7. And the way Candace’s heart flip-flops whenever Michael is around is an industrial-sized clue that keeping a tight rein on her future and her heart might not be such a good idea. But risking it all for a man she barely knows is even crazier, right?