Review: Down the Aisle with Bridezilla

Down The Aisle With Bridezilla - Carli Palmer

Megan is a wedding planner, specializing in young and trendy brides with lots of money. Unfortunately, especially since she is also in Malibu, this means that she comes in regular contact with the evilest of all creatures... a Bridezilla.


Bridezilla: noun - Definition: A tantrum-throwing monster of a bride, commonly spitting out insane demands or obscenities at a "roar" volume.


Not all brides are evil demonic creatures, but it seems that Megan has gotten more than her fair share. From a woman who changes her wedding plans on a daily basis - even changing the seating chart the day of - to a bride who gets hit by a wave when taking pictures in the ocean and then blames Megan because the dress got wet, Megan's job is not the glamorous fun business that some people would expect.


In the midst of running errands and planning the impossible, Megan meets someone who makes her smile and laugh... could a "happily-ever-after" exist for the woman who plans everyone else's big day?


I really enjoyed Down the Aisle with Bridezilla. Since I planned my own wedding, I can relate to some of the frustrations Megan had while dealing with the details the brides (and the brides' families) kept throwing at her. Her brides are over the top and mostly insane, but extremely fun to read about. Even the "sane" and tame brides still had their share of meltdowns as their wedding days approached, and I loved reading how Megan and her friends and coworkers dealt with the situations. The romance in the book was interesting but it took second place to the craziness of Megan's job... while there may be romance in this book, it is not your typical love story.


Five stars for a plot with ever twisted difficulties and demands, great characters, and an overall fun reading experience!


Thank you to the publisher and Netgalley for providing me with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.




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