Excessively descriptive, the first book in the No Wedding series, drags too much for comfort and relegates us to being editors and skimmers.
Cade Michaelson and his sisters form an event-planning business and promises he won’t mix business with pleasure. Hannah has just opened her new business and is completely focused on its success and on not getting hurt again. But then they get into business together and the lines blur.
Cade explains exhaustively they way he thinks business, and the way his business is mounted, and the way a room looks like and any and everything. It’s annoying and unrealistic, and the descriptions aren’t amazing enough that you can feel as if you are there (which are the only long descriptions that should be used in a book, in my opinion).
The fact that this is a romance was completely lost in the fact that nothing romantic happens for over 75% of the story. Cade and Hannah develop a friendship based in sexual tension but that’s about it.
Simply put, this is the extremely long first chapter in the No Weddings book. So if you are willing to read one book that is four-books-long, then by all means, go and read it. Otherwise, I’d advice you to stay clear.
No Weddings Published Sep 8 2014 by Kat Bastion and Stone Bastion