The Wedding War's First Review

My first novel, The Wedding War, which will be released Friday, March 21, 2008, got's its virgin review today. Here it is:


Hi Jenny,

Your book The Wedding War was just reviewed by Rita of Night Owl Romance. She really enjoyed your review and her is a copy with link.

Title: The Wedding War
Author: Jenny Gilliam
Genre: Contemporary
Hearts: 4/5
Reviewer: Rita
Date: 3/17/2008
Online: http://www.nightowlromance.com/nightowlromance/reviews/Review.asp?ReviewId=1391
Mia Briscoe is pulling triple duty as best friend, maid of honor, and wedding planner. Not to mention she was flying from California to South Carolina to do it. Boarding the plane she finds a mouth-watering hunk sitting in her seat and thinks 'Maybe this won't be so bad'. Then the hunk refuses to move. Stewing the whole ride she can't wait to get away from him. All she wants to do is get on with planning the wedding that could be the feather in the cap for Weddings By Mia. Jake Ryan isn't about to let his baby brother Gabe make the biggest mistake of his life. And he thinks marrying Jillian Tyner a woman he's only known a few months is about as big as a mistake he can make. When little Miss Uptight informs him he's in her seat he can't help wanting to irritate her. So acting on his primitive side he does. The only problem is he finds himself falling for her.Finding herself sharing a cottage with Jake is the last thing she expected, but for Jillian she'd make it work. However when Jake tells her that if he has anything to do with it there will be no wedding she swears to make him eat his words. Jake's teasing and little peeks at a more easy going side lure her into wanting to tempt the beast.Can she escape unscathed? Will she even want to? This story had some surprises and great characters. It moved and flowed keeping the pages turning. Jenny Gilliam has a way of make you want to ask what's next. I would definitely recommend this to anyone who likes that opposites attract feeling.



How's that for a first review? Huh? Huh? That's what I'm talkin' 'bout.

1 comments:

Celia Yeary said...

Hi, Jenny--I'm reading your blog, first to find out about your novel, but also to learn about blogs. I'm toying with the idea of one. Well, I'm impressed with both--your novel and your blog. I may be like our friend Bess McBride and put it off for years, Think I'll check hers, too. I enjoyed reading yours--and it's early in the morning! Celia Y.