By Cara Lockwood
She creates excellent days. despite her incorrigible curly hair, Lauren Crandell is a neat-freak and organizational guru, traits that make her definitely the right marriage ceremony planner. but if weddings in a single day pass haywire, and hunky firefighter Nick Corona involves the rescue -- two times -- Lauren realizes there are a number of very important info in her personal existence she hasn't been tending to when you consider that her divorce. particularly, her intercourse lifestyles. She lives lonely nights. candy and horny Nick turns out hell-bent on fanning the flames among them, and Lauren certainly feels sparks flying. yet she's scrambling to plot nuptials for her so much demanding patron but -- a gorgeous, crafty, and certifiable Psycho Bride. With the large day swiftly forthcoming, a sequence of misunderstandings, mishaps, and incorrect identities threatens to spoil now not one, yet fortunately ever afters. yet along with her occupation and her love existence at the line, the marriage planner simply may examine that you just cannot plan every thing, least of all real love.
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I hadn't realized that the understanding of wind patterns was part of a wedding consultant's job, I thought, but said nothing. I mentioned the media crew and my brief interview, and G immediately brightened. "Did you mention Forever Wedding? " Um, no. G sighed in frustration. " "Don't be melodramatic," G said. "Any publicity is good publicity. " * * * As the day started so well, I figured things must get better by afternoon. I even allowed myself to think: How could they get worse? That was my first mistake.
Then he began drifting west, about two hundred feet from the ceremony from what I could tell, far from the relatively soft water of the lake and toward the sharp and pointed wooded area of trees. Almost at once, the entire wedding party began sprinting toward the thicket of trees, followed by a majority of the other guests. The paramedics and the firefighters, who perked up slightly at this new development, tagged behind. I found myself jogging beside the bride, whose face was a knot of worry. " I arrived just in time to see the groom collide into the top of a tree with a loud crack, roll several times through the branches (with lots more snapping and loud popping noises from the breaking tree limbs, or, at least, I hoped they were branches and not bones), and come to an abrupt stop about a hundred feet from the ground, hanging like a puppet from his parachute.
9. You don't care anything about the groom (Groom? Who's he? ), because you are caught up in this elaborate, self-indulgent orchestration of your own girlhood fantasies. 10. You forget (or never understood) that a wedding is supposed to be the celebration of a serious, long-term commitment between two people, and not a stage for you to show your friends (and enemies) how fabulous you look in satin taffeta and a rhinestone tiara. Now, I couldn't imagine Diane ever turning into a PB. She's far more likely to go into the other direction and be a bride-who-wants-to-make-everyone-happy (or a bride who believes she can accomplish the impossible).