Wedding Day - Romance Short Story

Rated 1.67/5 based on 3 reviews
Samantha Patterson wedding is the wedding of the year. She hires the top cake designer and florist in the business. It's no secret that they both have creative differences, but by the end they pull off some of the most beautiful weddings.

Could it be love sparks that are finally happening between them or their usual creative bumping in to each other to get a wedding done to move on to the next?
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  • Category: Fiction » Romance » General
  • Words: 3,680
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781452345055
About Marion Francis

I am a short story and novella writer. All my stories are original fiction.

My characters are derived from my readers character requests, people watching, worldwide business travel, vacation, magazines, and pure imagination.


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Reviews of Wedding Day - Romance Short Story by Marion Francis

The Indigo Plume Publishing Company reviewed on April 17, 2012

The idea behind the plot was cute, but the flawed execution ruined it for me. Numerous grammatical and structural errors made this one difficult to read.
(review of free book)
Ana Shea Ann reviewed on May 27, 2011

Positives: cute story, great balance- no overdevelopment of plot

Negatives: switch to 1st person narrative in chapter 3 from 3rd person - this does not work for this story at all and moreso, was unnecessary

I'm being generous with 3 stars despite the aforementioned negative because this story embodies what a story should be. It wasn't a story that should be long trying to be short.
(review of free book)
Paula Haataja reviewed on March 13, 2010

Well, you get what you pay for and this one was free. The idea was cute and charming, but that's about it. The first two chapters were in third person, while the third chapter was in first person. The grammar and punctuation needs much work. The word "presidents" was used when the word meant was "precedence". Again, cute idea but that was lost in the bad grammar and punctuation.
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