Review: Tall Tales and Wedding Veils by Jane Graves

Posted September 13, 2012 by Suzanne in Reviews / 1 Comment

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Review: Tall Tales and Wedding Veils by Jane Graves
Tall Tales and Wedding Veils
by Jane Graves

4 Stars


Released: June 1, 2008
Published by Forever
Pages: 378




Heather Montgomery likes things tidy, organised and planned. So getting drunk, winning twenty thousand dollars and then marrying a relative stranger in Vegas is completely out of character…but that is what she has done. When Tony McCaffrey wakes up the next morning next to a woman he barely remembers and a hangover is not all the unusual, however, finding a marriage certificate and having his pants still on is a little out of the ordinary….After a stressful day at work I love to wind down with a book and this book was the perfect unwinding tool, if I were to construct a relaxing kit, it would contain this book, a box of chocolates and a hot man to massage your back (or other areas!) until reality faded away.

It hit the jackpot with me when it made me laugh, I love a funny book and Tony and Heather were pretty damn funny. I loved Heather’s dry sense of humour and Tony’s massive ego and together the two of them were perfect. Although this book wasn’t a deep emotional book I liked the connection between Tony and Heather they brought out the best traits of each other and made fun of the bad ones.

The story line is pretty obvious in this, you know how it is going to end before you have really started it, but it is funny and sweet and although know the destination, the journey is still a lot of fun and I recommend it.

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About Jane Graves

Jane Graves is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of twenty contemporary romance novels. She is a nine-time finalist for Romance Writers of America's Rita Award, the industry's highest honor, and is the recipient of two National Readers' Choice Awards, the Booksellers' Best Award, and the Golden Quill, among others.

Jane lives in the Dallas area with her husband and a beautiful but crafty cat who rules the household with one paw tied behind her back.

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I have this on my Nook but haven’t had a chance to read it – glad you enjoyed it