A couple years ago, I discovered Indie author Summer Dowell when I entered her giveaway on Instagram. I ended up winning a copy of the first book in The Wedding business series, and now I’ve had the privilege to read several of her books. In this post I will be giving you a book review of On Schedule by Summer Dowell.
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Genre: Adult Contemporary Romance
Pages: 177 pages
Rating: 4/5 stars
Content Warnings: mentions animal cruelty
Synopsis: This third book in the series is about a wedding planner named Avery who’s planning a wedding for a wealthy client that also wants wedding photographer, Tyler, to photograph the whole wedding planning process. Unfortunately, Tyler insulted Avery’s expertise as a wedding planner, and now Avery doesn’t want to work with him.
Spoiler-Free Book Review
Disclaimer: I received a digital ARC (advanced reader copy) of this book from the author through NetGalley with the expectation of an honest review in return. This does not affect my opinions expressed in this review.
If you’re a fan of Hallmark movies and wedding planning, this feel-good clean romance is for you.
Even though this is the third book in the Wedding Business series, On Schedule can be read as a standalone. If you want to learn more about Avery’s friends, then I recommend reading the first two books in the series: If It’s Perfect & It’s Just Business.
On Schedule is my favorite of the Wedding Business series. I enjoyed the love interest in this book and the chemistry the main characters had with each other.
The dual POVs (point of views) between Avery and Tyler added to the story. I find that I’m a big fan of having dual POVs between love interests because then I can read the thoughts that the characters have for each other.
The conversations between Avery and her two friends were quite funny. I especially enjoyed the Hallmark movie discussion at the beginning of the book.
There were a lot of moments throughout the book that made me laugh out loud. One of my favorite parts was when Tyler started speaking Wookie.
My only problem with this book was that I found Avery a bit annoying at times. I kept getting frustrated with her for how she acted towards Tyler.
Overall, this was a really cute book, and I would recommend this to anyone who likes clean romances.
Where to Purchase
You can purchase a physical or Kindle copy of this book from Amazon.
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