EVERY GIRL GETS CONFUSED
Katie Fisher and Brady James may be a match made in heaven, but that doesn't seem to guarantee them a happily ever after accompanied by angelic choirs. In fact, the sounds being heard at the bridal shop where she works are on the contentious side lately, as a bride- and groom-to-be try to mediate the growing rivalry between their basketball-obsessed families in the middle of play-off season. On top of that, Katie's parents are nagging her to get out of Dallas and come home to tiny Fairfield where her former boyfriend Casey is waiting for her, ready to rekindle their relationship. Oy vey! What's a girl to do? And will she ever be able to wear that gorgeous wedding dress she won?
MY THOUGHTS-Janice Hanna Thompson is an author you pick up when you want something light-hearted and that will make you laugh. She engages the readers in a fun trip that will have you in tears at times over something the character is going through, but don't let that trick you into thinking the book is all fluff. She also allows you to learn lessons as you follow this same character on their journey and growing with them.
In Every Girl Gets Confused, Katie has moved from small-town Fairfield to big city Dallas. If you haven't read the first book in the series, I would urge you to read it before this one. Things will make more sense and believe me, all the characters can really get confusing:) Anyways, Katie has left behind her ex-boyfriend Casey and moved on to the big world of Brady and his basketball. She is totally in love with him, wanting to stand by him as he goes in for surgery on his injured knee, also getting caught up in the world of weddings and the confusion that comes with them. Brady is kind and sweet, almost having me fall in love with him so I can see why Katie loved him.
This installment in the Brides with Style series is a good continuation. We see Queenie preparing for her wedding to Pastor Paul, Stan and Madge finding out that they might have feelings for each other, and you also get to see Brady and Katie realize some things. The underlying theme in this book is seasons. We all go through them and sometimes they are good seasons, other times bad. But it is only for a time. It kind of hit home for me as I have been dealing with some things and it made me realize that it will only be for a season. Again, an excellent book from Janice that is a joy to read. Loved it!
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