Published April 30th 2015 by Midnight Books
A > Contemporary | Romance
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You are cordially invited to the wedding of the year!
Nellie Canlas loves her job. She loves being assistant to reality TV star and wedding planner goddess, the fabulous Charlotte Bertram, and she loves working with couples to make their wedding dreams come true. What she doesn’t love is having cameras following her all the time, especially when she’s crushing hard on the lawyer from another floor.
Robert Bertram doesn’t like planning weddings. He doesn’t like being on TV either. But when he finds himself in possession of Nellie’s diary, he thinks he can turn her into anyone’s dream girl. If he doesn’t fall for her first.
Welcome to my stop for the Marry Me, Charlotte B! tour. This book is so refreshing! It really surprised me. I’m here to convince you guys to give this book a go. I hope my review can achieve that. Happy reading!!
“Have you ever been single around aunts? It’s a nightmare! If you come to them without a boyfriend they’re like ‘Oh dear, it’s never too late!’ ‘You know I know the perfect single guy for you’ or ‘I’m sure God has other plans for you.’”
Nothing truer has been said in the history of truths.
Marry Me, Charlotte B! is such a unique and refreshing story to read. I don’t know Ms. Carla personally, but I just wanna pat her in the back and cry a little because I’m so proud. This novella needs to be read more. Really, the writing was great, the characters are awesomely written and the plot… the plot is terrific! I mean, who doesn’t want to read a story about weddings?
This is the first time I read a book written like this. And by this I mean, written by episode. You see, this is a reality show! There’s vtrs, hidden cameras, hidden interviews, and of course… drama. The story is centered around Nellie, who is the assistant to the Charlotte Betram. Charlotte just given the biggest wedding of the year in Nellie’s shoulders. Why did she do that? Well, that’s for Nellie to find out.
Nellie’s character growth is one of the reasons why I loved this. I’m such a sucker for shy heroines finding out how wonderful and amazing they are. And that’s exactly what happened to Nellie. The road to that realization was not easy though. Nellie was one tough MC to crack, not in a very annoying way but still tough. So when it finally happened, the results was tremendous. And I was happy.
And another thing was the romance. It was surprising. I love romance that surprises me!!!! The love interest was really sweet and swoony. Honestly, Nellie was one lucky girl.
So, overall, I truly enjoyed Marry Me, Charlotte B! Maybe not a 5 star for me, but this is a 2015 favorite. My only complain is that I wish it was longer but other than that, I have nothing but love for this book. It was quick, it was fun and it was definitely swoon worthy.
Carla de Guzman (firstname.lastname@example.org) had horrible handwriting as a kid. That didn’t stop her from writing, though. Riddled with too much energy and a vivid imagination, she started writing every midnight. She grew up with her toes in the sand and her bags packed and ready to go on adventures. These books are chronicles of her journeys, with a silly love story mixed in.
When she’s not sitting in a plane or working, Carla writes for her blog, Some Midnights (www.somemidnight.wordpress.com), Modern Filipina and for When in Manila.