finished reading

What a fun rom-com.  Kate was not quite the damsel-in-distress, but an organized businesswoman.  Drake was not a robotic hero, but a community-minded philanthropist.  I liked both characters.  I especially related to Drake's tongue-tied writer, not quick with a quip.  And Kate as a master of chaos is relatable.  Drake's brothers deserve their own books--as secondary characters, they were fun.  I needed a lighter read and this was great!

From the publisher:
Kate Sweet is famous for creating the perfect happily-ever-after moment for her clients' dream weddings. So how is it that her best friend has roped her into planning a bestselling horror writer's book launch?

Drake Matthews is tired of the spotlight, tired of his reputation as the King of Nightmares. He's really a nice guy! More than anything, the next book he wants to write is a romance based on his grandparents. But to get that chance, this event has to be successful. And the reticent writer will have to work with the adorably bubbly Kate Sweet.

But just as the two are learning to trust each other, secrets come out that could take down the launch, their relationship, and both their careers. Can Kate find a way to save their jobs and their chance at true love?

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