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Wedding Beat by Devan Sipher
April 9, 2012 - Amy Phelps
A single man whose job is to write about other people's happily ever after's - weddings - thinks he may have met The One a little too late in "The Wedding Beat" by Devan Sipher. Sipher, himself a wedding columnist for "The New York Times" must have drawn from his experiences in covering lavish weddings for his character, Gavin Greene's tales of wild weddings. Gavin forces himself to write glowing reports of high society weddings, but is starting to hate being the guy without a date at someone else's Big Day.
When he agrees to go to a party with a single friend, he meets Melinda, a gorgeous travel writer, who dazzles him. They seem to have everything in common, but she leaves with a handsome Australian Gavin is sure is her boyfriend. But when he finally gets up the courage to email her and ask her out, she accepts. And when he shows up at the date...it's the wrong Melinda! Where is the right one? And when Gavin finally finds her again, it's the last place he expects - to be writing about her whirlwind romance and upcoming marriage! Is it too late?
This is a humorous book with a very relatable hero that will have you laughing and crying at what he goes through looking for love admist everyone else's weddings.
"The Wedding Beat" is published by New American Library. It is $14 and 254 pages long.
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