Becoming Mrs. Walsh by Jessica Gordon

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Shoshana is engaged to one of the

famous Walsh brothers, Drew. She is nervous about the luncheon with his sisters-in-law, which is happening within the hour. Zoey, Rachel, and Ariel take Shoshana shopping to register for her wedding. She is not familiar with shopping without having to look at the price tag. While she is worried about paying for an engagement dress picked out by her future sister-in-law, Ariel pays for the dress.
Shoshana is uncomfortable with the spending habits of the Walsh women. Being a small-town girl, she is one who definitely counts her pennies.

While they are attending a pre-engagement party dinner, Drew’s mother Birdie, suggests Zoey help by coordinating the wedding. Zoey is not very pleased with the idea but agrees to lend a hand.

Shoshana, who works for Monumental Magazine, a life style publication, is given an assignment to interview Mark Walsh, Drew’s brother and Zoey’s husband. She does not let on that he is her future brother-in-law. As Shoshana spends time with Mark, she develops strong feelings towards him and he reciprocates. After admitting their feelings and that fateful kiss, Shoshana and Mark have to decide whether they will take the relationship any further.

Jessica Gordon’s novel of love and indecision is an interesting read. The main character Shoshana was overwhelmed with her fiancé’s family wealth and too much emphasis was placed on her adjustment to that wealth. The ending of this novel left room to create a sequel, or to leave it to the reader to make their own conclusion. Overall, the novel is enjoyable and an easy read. I recommend to those who read soft romance novels, and who read novels on a lazy day afternoon.

I received this book free from CLP Blog Tours for an honest and unbiased opinion.

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