Twenty-Five years ago, Greg and Abby had
been married, but the wedding hadnít been anything Abby had
wanted. Now, they were in paradise preparing to renew their
vows. Abby had planned meticulously, brought a white wardrobe
for being a bride again, and was hoping this would help bring
improvements to their marriage.
First problem she saw was that Greg had
invited Dorian, someone she considered a womanizer who drifted
from job to job. The second problem was that she was then
left standing at the altar.
Dorian had never liked the way that Greg
treated Abby. She was a wonderful woman who Greg tried to
mold into somebody that he wanted. But he still didnít want
her. Dorian knew he cheated on her, and never appreciated
her. Now that Greg had abandoned Abby, Dorian knew that it
was left to him to help her recover. He had no intention of
taking advantage of her when her emotions were raw, but
sometimes things happen when you are in paradise with the
woman youíve wanted since you were in high school.
It was a little difficult for me to truly immerse myself
into Honeymoon For One. Based on the blurb, I
thought this was going to be a romance of a woman who gets
left at the altar before she is married. So, first is the
fact that Abby is a married woman Ė granted, she is married to
a creep. Second is that the hero of the book is someone who
somewhat enabled Greg to cheat on her all these years.
However, Stephanie Bedwell-Grime adequately portrays Greg as
big enough jerk that the reader can understand that Abby has
come to terms with the fact that her marriage is at an end,
and she can start to look forward to a new life.