A charming romantic comedy about three sisters who are struggling to keep the family wedding planning business afloat—all the while trying to write their own happily-ever-afters in the process.
All’s fair in love and business.
The de la Rosa family and their wedding planning business have been creating happily ever afters in the Washington, DC area for years, making even the most difficult bride’s day a fairytale. But when their parents announce their retirement, the sisters—Marisol, Janelyn, and Pearl—are determined to take over the business themselves.
But the sisters quickly discover that the wedding business isn’t all rings and roses. There are brides whose moods can change at the drop of a hat; grooms who want to control every part of the process; and couples who argue until their big day. As emotions run high, the de la Rosa sisters quickly realize one thing: even when disaster strikes—whether it’s a wardrobe malfunction or a snowmageddon in the middle of a spring wedding—they’ll always have each other.
Perfect for fans of the witty and engaging novels of Amy E. Reichert and Susan Mallery,
The Key to Happily Ever Afteris a fresh romantic comedy that celebrates the crucial and profound power of sisterhood.
I’m a sucker for both books about sisters and anything wedding related, so I was prettyexcitedaboutthis one! Bonus points for sisters who are wedding planners, I’ve always thought that would be an interesting job too, and then that adorable coverjust screamed READ ME as well. All sorts of positive possibilities for me surrounding this one andI’mdelighted to tell you that I really enjoyed it.
This follows the de la Rosa sisters right after they take over their parentsweddingplanning firm, so they’re all at a very transitional time of their lives. Mari is theoldestand also thenew CEO, she’s a classic older sister, type A personality to the max and a natural leader. Jane is the middle sister andshe’s the peacekeeper, she’s low maintenance and not interested in drama. Pearl is the youngest and was my personal favorite, I felt bad for her as she struggled to prove herself to her sisters and gain more responsibility in their business. Sisterly relationships are often rife with drama, so there was quite a bit of that here. There was also some light romance but at its heart this really a story about familyrelationships and the bonds between sisters.