As a romance novel, I quite enjoyed the layout of Stealing the Groom. The plot was enjoyable, the dialogue easy, and the characters were easy to relate to.
The author created a definite chemistry between the two main characters, something I don't often see in romance novels. The story progressed, as it should, showing that it wasn't simply an overnight pairing, but a love that grew over time.
If the author was hoping for a book that would work well in any romance lover’s bookshelf, they definitely accomplished it, and I'd hope that people would give this story a chance.
The novel should do very well, whetting the appetites of its targeted audience and leaving them wanting more.
Friends don’t let friends marry the wrong woman…
Chad Walker may be a take-no-chances man with a plan, but there’s no way Amelia Snyder is going to let her best bud marry Mean Girl #1—even if the wedding is solely so he can secure the controlling shares in his family’s company. But free-spirited Amelia’s at-the-altar groomnapping scheme takes a surprising turn when she ends up as the blushing bride instead.
Suddenly, with Amelia living in her handsome husband’s home—in his bedroom, no less—she starts to reconsider their strictly platonic arrangement. But Chad’s always been strictly anti-risk and definitely anti-love, and betting a lifetime of best friendship on the chance at forever might be the biggest gamble of all.