Excellent and fast paced. A bride is left standing at the altar. Her first love, now a police officer, comes to her door to ask what she knows about her fiance's disappearance. She loses her home, moves in with her mother, and finds the courage and strength to do what she wants to do, not what others think she should do.
Wonderful book - when I started it I wasn't sure it was for me, but as I continued reading, it sucked me in and I couldn't put it down. A little different than traditional chicklit - I loved the addition of her crazy family and her love interests were definitely interesting. Add in the craziness that happens and the conclusion and this is a great book. Wonderful characters and plot!
i loved this book and actually laughed out loud at times
My first Red Dress Ink and first Karen Templeton. I'll look for more of both. I enjoyed the writing style, the many characters and the cohesiveness of the story despite many situations.
This was a good one. Not your usual blah blah blah chick lit.
This was a fun read, I totally enjoyed it!
This is such a fun book. It really made me laugh and it just makes you feel good too.
ChickLit. Ginger has been jilted at the altar, as she consoles herself with her wedding night champagne her first love, former bad boy, now police officer shows up to tell her that her intended is missing and she is suspected of having something to do with it. Rather than the bad luck holding there, it heaps on with job and apartment loss and now Ginger has to do what she swore would never happen: moving back in with her mom and grandmother.
Very funny and good resolve that doesn't depend on the hero saving the day - as I recall ( I haven't read this in a while).
I tried to read this and just couldn't get into it. The author has a tendency to ramble and I can't enjoy a book when they do.
Left at the Alter, Ginger must go on with her life.