Darcy Kincaid might be a runaway bride, but she still believes in happily ever after, which is why she’s devoted to helping couples orchestrate their perfect I do. Even though her fiancée turned out to be unfaithful and a big disappointment, Darcy walked away from her wedding fully committed—to her unborn daughter. Now, a single mom, it’s up to Darcy to secure her daughter’s future, which is why she’s invested her life savings into renovating Belle Mont Manor, Portland’s oldest, and nearly forgotten, wedding venue. So when Wedding Magazine offers her the cover for their June issue, in exchange for planning the wedding of a high-profile couple, Darcy thanks her lucky stars. Until the star’s best man turns out to be her ex’s brother…
The last time Gage Easton saw Darcy, she was sneaking out the back door of her own wedding—destroying his brother’s life. No way is he going to entrust the gorgeous jilter with his biggest client’s special day, no matter how much in love with her he secretly was. Determined to take his client’s wedding elsewhere, he confronts Darcy, only to meet a toddler with Darcy’s blonde curls and the Easton blue eyes that has him renegotiating—the wedding for a chance to know his niece. But when a fun day in the park leads to warm family dinners, Gage finds himself stuck between his loyalty to his brother—and the two women who have stolen his heart.
Five years ago, Darcy was a runaway bride. She left groom Kyle at their wedding and is blamed by his family when he dies in a car accident soon after. Gage is Kyle’s twin brother and he was actually her friend at college, even before she met Kyle.
Now Darcy has a gorgeous 4 year old girl, Kylie, and she has started a wedding business after restoring Belle Mont, a beautiful wedding venue. Gage is trying to secure Belle Mont for the upcoming wedding of his brother Rhett and is perplexed to meet his little niece. He wants to be in her life and for his family to meet Kylie. Darcy wants what is best for Kylie and that might be the Easton Family, but what about her ex mother-in-law-from-hell Margo? And what about her feelings for Gage?
I really liked this story, it was quite delightful. It is rather short or feels like it, as there is not much conflict at all. It reads like an Harlequin novel with a fast story and happy ending.