About the book:
Katie's determined to make it down the aisle this time--but it may be easier said than done
Katie Fisher is ecstatic. Pro basketball star Brady James has proposed, and she can't wait to start planning their life together. But it's hard to focus on her own happily ever after when her calendar is filling up with celebrations for friends and family. Beyond that, it seems everyone around her has an opinion--and a strong one at that--on what Katie's special day should look like. Will she ever manage to settle all of the details for her storybook wedding? Or will her overzealous friends and relations make a mess of everything?
This was an enjoyable conclusion to the series with a lot of happy endings, though there were still some bumps along the way. I loved the quotes from Audrey Hepburn at the beginning of each chapter. She's one of my favorite actresses and I feel like I got to know her a lot better after reading those. The chapter titles from Martina McBride songs was a great idea, too. Both were fun tie-ins to dresses designed at the bridal shop. It was fun to see Katie finally get to plan her wedding, along with some other wedding surprises in the story! A Gone With the Wind wedding?! That I would have liked to see! There's romance, of course, and a wonderful conversation where Katie reminds one of the few single girls in the book that you don't need a man to complete you. You only need Jesus and the important thing is knowing who you are in Christ. There's more to the spiritual element as prayer is mentioned quite a few times and also being thankful to God for all of your blessings. It was also wonderful to see what a strong man of God Brady was. It was amusing to see the people from Katie's small town cause a large problem and then see it resolve. She was surrounded by quite a few characters, both in Fairfield and in Dallas at the bridal shop. There were quite a few funny moments and a lot of happy ones. You definitely need to read this series in order. I would recommend it if you like romance and amusing stories.
I received this book free from Revell in exchange for an honest review.