Item description for Going to the Chapel (Life, Faith & Getting It Right #19) (Steeple Hill Cafe) by Janet Tronstad...
Overview Julie tries to impress her rich, spoiled cousin Elaine, and without exactly lying, lets Elaine think Julies landed her dream job as a wedding planner. When Elaines real wedding planner runs off with all her money, she begs Julie to save her big day. Julie organizes a splashy wedding at the chapel where she actually works and hopes that no one notices that its really a funeral chapel.
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Studio: Steeple Hill
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.5" Width: 4.2" Height: 1.1" Weight: 0.35 lbs.
Release Date Jun 30, 2007
Publisher STEEPLE HILL #375
Series Steeple Hill Cafe
ISBN 0373785798 ISBN13 9780373785797
Availability 0 units.
More About Janet Tronstad
Janet Tronstad grew up on her family s farm in central Montana and now lives in Pasadena, California where she is always at work on her next book. She has written over thirty books, many of them set in the fictitious town of Dry Creek, Montana where the men spend the winters gathered around the potbellied stove in the hardware store and the women make jelly in the fall."
Janet Tronstad currently resides in Pasadena, in the state of California.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Going to the Chapel (Life, Faith & Getting It Right #19) (Steeple Hill Cafe)?
More than your average chick lit novel Jul 16, 2007
I'm very impressed with "Going to the Chapel." It is my favorite type of book - one that makes me laugh, but also makes me think. The main character, Julia, works at a mortuary. Her family thinks she works at a wedding chapel and her cousin Elaine needs a place to get married. You can see where the humor comes in, right? But Julia learns a lot by working at the mortuary and seeing how families react to the deaths of their loved ones, and what regrets they have. She is also successful at applying what she learns to her life.
Character and plot - the soul of any novel - are both excellent. My one complaint about chick lit is that sometimes it seems a bit light on the plot. Not so here. I wrote a short snippet above, but that doesn't even begin to cover the scope of the plot. The characters are a delight. Both the characters and their relationships to each other are fully developed. One of the most enjoyable parts of the novel is watching them grow and change.
I think there is plenty of room here for a sequel and I would be happy to see one.