Eccentric would describe the cast of characters in this fun romance. Each character is totally unique but they all work well together. There is everything from a alcohol drinking Irish cook who can’t cook well to a sleazy funeral director. There is definitely not a dull moment between the pages of "'Til Death Do Us Part". The main characters, Cassidy and Ryan are equally as quirky and they have secrets that they aren’t sharing with each other. As misunderstandings arise, feelings come out which begins to make Cassidy’s task of finding Ryan a wife harder. You know early on that these two are going to end up with each other but it is so much fun reading about their figuring it out. This book is so perfect if you love light hearted romances with a comedy factor.
Cassidy was a wedding planner until her fiancé made her the scapegoat for a scandal within his families wedding planner business. Now she does themed funerals. It was at one of those that she is approached by Ryan to find him a wife and plan his wedding. She has less than a month to do this. Though it seems almost impossible, Cassidy agrees thinking the money she will earn will allow her to open her own wedding planning business. As Cassidy goes to work, she discovers that she cares more than she should. Will she be able to find Ryan a bride?
Life and death matters take on a whole new twist when a quirky funeral planner tries her hand at matchmaking for a prominent playboy.
Six months ago, Cassidy Baldwin was among Milwaukee’s leading wedding planners, until she became the scapegoat for a corporate scandal. Now the only job she can land is organizing over-the-top themed funerals for her best friend’s family business.
Then the city’s most affluent and eccentric philanthropist dies, and Cassidy is hired to fulfill the woman’s deathbed wish: find a wife for her playboy nephew, Ryan Mitchell.
Ryan’s always avoided the spotlight, and he’s not thrilled by the media attention spawned by this final decree. If he doesn’t marry within the year, however, his aunt’s quirky staff will lose their home and livelihood. So he wants Cassidy to find him a Ms. Right Now that he can ultimately divorce, but she’s determined to find him a true soul mate since the right match could launch a new matchmaking career for her. Too bad she seems to understand him better than any of the potential brides she’s found.
Is it worth risking a real chance at love to arrange a fake wedding?
Sensuality Level: Behind Closed Doors