Book Review – Just Say Yes By Maxine Morrey

Wedding planner Madeleine lives in a picture-perfect thatched cottage, in a picture-perfect English country village.

There’s only one problem – dream cottages take a lot of work, and with a leaking roof, and not enough money to pay for it, what Maddie needs now is a big wedding to plan.

So she’s delighted when she takes on the wedding of Californian heiress Peyton, to all-round good guy Patrick. She’s less delighted to find out that she’s going to have help – from the admittedly gorgeous, but equally maddening, tall, dark and handsome best man Lorcan.

The wedding is set to take place in a castle in rural Ireland, and so, in no time, Maddie and Lorcan are on their way to Ballalee. Life hasn’t always been easy for Maddie, and work has become her refuge. But soon the warmth and humour of Lorcan’s Irish family and friends start to chip away at Maddie’s walls. And as the big day approaches, it might be time for Maddie to focus less on her clients’ love life and more on her own…

Published Date: 8 November 2022

My Review

Madeline is a wedding planner who was engaged by Peyton to plan her wedding to Patrick. As they are around for the wedding, Patrick’s good friend Lorcan agreed to help with the wedding detail. As they travel to Ireland and spending time together, they get to know each other and not long after, Madeline found herself to be attracted to him.

The characters are well developed with great chemistry. Madeline is strong l,focused and determined character who thrives on routine while Lorcan is laid back and compassionate. They have this wonderful opposites attract. Overall it is a light hearted relationship romance that i enjoyed.

My Rating

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