#BookReview: The Bulletproof Proposal by Rebekah Louise

rhe bulletproof proposalThe Bulletproof Proposal by Rebekah Louise is a short and sweet romantic novella. At just thirty-nine pages I wondered if I would be able to connect with the story, as sometimes I can struggle to get invested into novellas because they seem to be over with before they really begin. I’m happy to say I did not have that issue with this one, and I happily read all the way through, cheering Lisa on with her wedding planning. At first I worried that her idea of proposing to her boyfriend of five years might backfire, and then I really started to worry when not only was she going to propose but also plan the wedding all without him knowing– sure, I was worried for her. Her idea to have the wedding fully ready, all the guests invited, the cake done, and more – all without knowing if Matt would say yes – sure, I was sweating a bit for her. It was fairly comical at points watching her try to get a wedding planned in just weeks, and fun seeing her friends and family step up and try to help her. I of course won’t spoil the ending, as I couldn’t even guess how that might come together, but I hope you’ll read for yourself! Like mentioned prior, this is a novella but nothing appeared too rushed for me. It was the perfect romantic/chick lit storyline for a novella, and I highly enjoyed from beginning to end. If you are looking for a short and sweet read, I would recommend The Bulletproof Proposal by Rebekah Louise.

4 stars

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