With one of the most interesting plot devices I have ever read, Adrianne Lee plunges us into a whirlwind of betrayal and mystery in Sentenced to Wed. Livia Kingston is planning her wedding. While there are a million details to finish, the one thing that she doesn’t count on is murder!
Mark Everett, the wedding caterer, has some secrets of his own. The real reason he has taken this assignment remains shrouded in the past. He doesn’t expect to feel an instant “connection” to the bride-to-be, and doesn’t like it one bit! His only focus is on tracking down a murderer and being reunited with his son. As the attraction between Livia and Mark grows, the dangerous situation escalates, with vivid detail.
The subplots are not too intrusive, but give added depth to the characters and their actions. The book is tightly written, with no drags in the action. The characters are appealing and likeable. It is an excellent example of the type of story that is best suited for the series genre. A good book doesn’t have to be 500 pages long to be effective. Ms. Lee brings all of the elements together for a fast-paced journey that leads right to the heart.