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Monday, June 1, 2009
Review - Sex, Lies and Wedding Bells by Em Lynley
Title: Sex, Lies and Wedding Bells
Author: Em Lynley
Publisher: Ravenous Romance
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Rating: You Need To Read
Kieran Quinn, a Texas native living in Manhattan, works as a columnist for a national magazine. He's famous for his snarky, sardonic columns, but deep down he's more interested in what makes people tick than his editor would like. He keeps his desire to find his own Mr. Right hidden under a sexy, carefree persona that favors champagne and underwear models of the male variety.
Jaxon Lang is the handsome, confident high school principal in a tiny Texas town, where he relocated from Dallas to pursue his relationship with a woman he thinks is his future bride, despite the fact that she has already left three other grooms at the altar.
When Kieran goes to Texas to cover the latest wedding of this real-life "runaway bride," he falls hard for the gorgeous-and straight-groom. But Kieran's charm and unique attitudes about sex and attraction soon challenge Jaxon's concept of what-and who-he wants. Will anything change when Kieran discovers the bride's shocking secret?
Sex, Lies and Wedding Bells is a fresh approach to being left at the altar. The deviousness, under-handedness and outright selfishness of the bride-to-be is astounding. I particularly loved the sleuthing done by Kieran all in the name of journalism only to have it backfire in unexpected ways. Without divulging too much of the story, the reader can rest assured that there are scenes that are shocking, unexpected and contain plenty of curve balls. No one can read this story and not be impressed with the new approach to love that the author ingeniously penned. Kudos to Ms. Lynley.