This book has the best dialogue I've read in a while. The interaction between siblings & parents has the ring of truth. It feels like overhearing the conversation.
Eccentric Grandpa dies & leaves the Las Vegas wedding chapel to his 17 year old granddaughter. He also leaves behind a massive debt with a deadline.
Even though Holly & her friends make a gallant effort to make the changes in the Chapel to bring in the money to save it, the debt still hovers.
As if that weren't enough to overload Holly's plate, there's an ongoing feud between the cheesy chapel next door. Grandpa's letter instructs her to personally deliver a letter to their mortal enemy's grandson, Dax. Sparks fly.
"The need to cocoon was something I could better explain to a girlfriend or even a sister who was not Lenore. Surely most females understood the importance of wrapping oneself in a large duvet for a solid five hours with nachos & a high-quality series about homesteaders."
I rate this a solid four star throughout & highly recommend this light-hearted story.