A big welcome to my good friend, Karen King, whose brand new romance is released today: I DO? ... OR DO I?
Multi published writer, Karen is well known for her children books – with around 120 books for young readers published, ranging from picture books to adventure books, and from activity books to joke books. She also writes for young adults and has written two other romances.
I DO? ... OR DO I? is Karen's first chick-lit for publisher Accent Press and she has also been contracted for two more chick-lits for Accent – plus they are republishing three earlier books, The Millionaire Plan, Never Say Forever and Perfect Summer. Having read all of these, they are all great reads, so keep a look out for their release dates.
Having read Karen's latest book, I have to say it's a really enjoyable read, and very funny. The main character, Cassie gets herself into such trouble, that it somehow reminds me of Karen herself!
She's the only person I know who can nip off to the loo and find herself on the wrong side of the Israeli border – without her passport! She's also been known to frantically search her house looking for the sound of running water – only to eventually discover the phone in her pocket is playing a relaxing running water sound effect!
But back to I DO? ... OR DO I? The story is about local journalist Cassie who is getting married to hot-shot lawyer, reliable Timothy. His mother Sylvia, who Cassie has nicknamed ‘Monster-in-Law’, wants to plan the entire wedding. When Sylvia books the exclusive ID Images to take photographs of the extravagant do, Cassie has no idea what she’s walking into.
The elusive JM, ID Images’ newest photographer, just so happens to be Jared, Cassie’s first love and ex-fiancé, who broke off their engagement to travel and take photos of far-reaching wonders. He’s back to pay for his next wild adventure.
Cassie decides it’s best to pretend not to know him, but when she’s asked to write an article for her newspaper, she’s tasked with a column surrounding all things wedding related. When Cassie jokingly writes a column meant for herself depicting her situation, a co-worker submits it in place of the real article and it’s soon making headlines, with readers asking the age old question - Who will she choose?
It's a great fun read and I wish Karen every success with it.
Find out more about Karen:
Amazon: http://bookgoodies.com/a/B01CGKLOKQ Waterstones: https://www.waterstones.com/book/i-do-or-do-i/karen-king/9781910939345 Book Depository - http://www.bookdepository.com/book/9781910939352