". . . the author has an ear for naturalistic dialogue that never gets too cutesy or too formal. The characters are likable--just flawed enough to feel real, but never cartoony. The choice to open from the point of view of the male character was a bold one for the genre and Suzanne Stengl pulls it off well, showing a sort of authorial courage backed up by real talent." -- Annual Writer's Digest Self-Published Book Awards
He finds her on a deserted forest road—with a totaled car, a sprained ankle and . . . a wedding dress.
Deep down inside, Ryder longs for the freedom and simple honesty of a less complicated life, but his pride has him hell-bent on proving a point to his father. He’s building an estate home and marrying the sophisticated, elegant woman he’s chosen for his fiancée.
Confident in his conviction that love is overrated, Ryder is determined to make the lukewarm relationship work, so he denies his surprising fascination for his roadside damsel in distress.
With her wedding fast approaching and her mother breathing down her neck, Toria hopes some time and space will solve her confusion. But when her car spins out of control and she ends up in the ditch, she never could’ve expected the instant attraction to the man who rescues her . . .
Sometimes love arrives in the most unexpected places.
– Adult Language - features a lovable construction worker who occasionally curses when in the grip of powerful emotions, like when he duels with the heroine or hits his thumb with a hammer.
– On the Way to a Wedding is the second standalone book in the “Something Old, Something New” contemporary romance series. You will find sparkling chemistry and down-to-earth characters in this tale of staying true to your heart.
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