Review ~ To Me I Wed by KM Jackson


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Once again, KM Jackson has given me a sweet romance with just the right amount of heat. In fact, I liked this one even better than her last, Insert Groom Here. And can we get a round of applause for this cute-as-a-button cover??

The idea of loving yourself enough to promise to cherish yourself forever is super fab. While unconventional (and garnering a ton of crap from her family), Lily  was a great leading lady. I loved her dedication and fierce determination to prove that she doesn’t need a man. However, what we need and what we end up wanting…. that can be different.

Enter Vincent. He and Lily share a bit of a past – one that any reader can relate to. I swear, I have had similar thoughts regarding past instances and it made me grab a hold of these characters easily. Their wariness, their hesitation, and their fears are so real and understandable that I HAD to see them be happy. Had. To.

The relationship is anything but easy as both parties have huge fears when it comes to relying on and falling for someone. The author kept the drama realistic and yet I was still able to escape into the world she created.

I absolutely recommend To Me I Wed to anyone looking for a sweet, romantic, sorta hot read.



tmiw.jpg“Have your cake and true love too…”

Nightmare bridesmaids dresses, tasteless fondant icing, budget-busting wedding expenses some women just aren’t about it. They’ll laugh off tradition, make their own rules and find the most outrageous ways possible to flip wedding day lockstep into true love.

She’s done, finished, “had” it. Between her family’s expectations and being always-a-bridesmaid, Lily Perry is fed up with being nagged to find a husband. She’s happy with her life and tired of being burned by nice guys who demand she fit their dreams. So she’s going to settle the issue once and for all: by marrying herself. And celebrated chef Vincent Caro’s fabulous restaurant is the perfect place for a big-time, blow-out,
not-hearing-it-any-more wedding. Lily doesn’t care if everyone including Vincent thinks she’s crazy. Especially when his mouth-watering talent and no-commitments style ignites one sizzling, no-strings fling, or two or more.

But no matter how hard they try to keep things light, their relationship keeps getting hotter. The more Vincent helps Lily tackle unexpected trouble, the more he finds she might be everything he s ever wanted. Can she afford to forget caution and finally let go? And can they both take a risk to discover if what they have is meant to last long after the dessert course?


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