The Wedding Beat

The Wedding Beat Sometimes The Best Man Isn T Even In The Wedding PartyGavin Greene Is A Hopeless Romantic He S Also A Professional One He Writes The Wedding Column For A Pulitzer Prize Winning Newspaper, Covering Spectacular Parties From Coast To Coast But There S A Thin Line Between Being A Hotshot Reporter On Assignmentand Being A Single Guy Alone On A Saturday Night At Someone Else S Wedding.Everything Changes On New Year S When Gavin Meets Melinda, A Travel Writer With Enchanting Dimples A Moonlit Stroll Across A Manhattan Rooftop Seals The Deal Until An Aussie With Attitude Swoops In And Whisks Her Away Before Gavin Gets Her Number.Gavin Crisscrosses New York City To Find Her Again And He Learns That There S Something Worse Than Losing The Woman Of His Dreams Having To Write An Article About Her WeddingFab U Lous And Funny, A Quick, Quirky Read That Mar Ries Self Deprecating Humor With The Bit Ter Sweet Roman Tic Chal Lenges Of A Lonely ManUSA TodayA Poignant Appeal To All Sin Gles To Let Go And Give Love A Try The Clever And Snappy Prose Will Appeal To Read Ers Who Look For Ward To Each New Title From Jonathan Trop PerLibrary Jour NalSit Back And Break Open That Tub Of Ice Cream Sipher Brings Some Unexpected Edge And Wit To The GameThe New York Times Cute read It s like a male POV of 27 dresses with awhiny James Marsden character After being in a reading funk for a few weeks I needed a certain book to help me get out of it When I received The Wedding Beat on my doorstep, I read what it was about and was instantly excited to read it It was the right book that I needed at that moment and it had me tearing up while reading about Gavin Green s journey to find true love I loved that this story was about a male character that just wanted to fall in love with the w
Gavin Greene wants to fall in love really but doesn t seem to have much luck It doesn t help that he is surrounded by love all day, every day, because he covers weddings for The Paper Then, on New Year s Day, Gavin meets the woman of his dreams only to have her swept away from him before he can get her phone number He searches frantically for her for weeks and just as he is ready to give up, he finally finds her he is being asked to write an article about her upcoming wedding The Weddin Gavin Greene wants to fall in love really but doesn t seem to have much luck It doesn t help that he is surrounded by love all day, every day, because he covers weddings for The Paper Then, on New Year s Day, Gavin meets the woman of his dreams only to have her swept away from him before he can get her phone number He searches frantically for her for weeks and just as he is ready to give up, he finally finds her he is being asked to write an article about her upcoming wedding The Wedding Beat is funny, witty and heartwarming all at once You can t help but laugh at Gavin s misfortunes but you feel for him as well You fall
The Wedding Beat is a unique and welcome look at love and romance from one man s perspective It has a fast paced dynamic rhythm that echoes the cadence and energy of New York City with a wonderful underlying pulse quickly capturing your imagination and immediately putting you in the mind s eye of the protagonist newspaper columnist Gavin Greene Gavin writes a wedding column for a Pulitzer Prize winning newspaper and his job constantly surrounds him with happy couples who are about to take th The Wedding Beat is a unique and welcome look at love and romance from one man s perspective It has a fast paced dynamic rhythm that echoes the cadence and energy of New York City with a wonderful underlying pulse quic
If you like romance the Nicholas Spark type of romance and if you liked the movie 27 Dresses this is definitely a book for you to read today The Wedding Beat, which was released today, is funny, sweet and although it comes from a male point of view, it is a relate able story for anyone who has ever felt that they have lingered around a moment too long in the dating world This book is about a guy looking for true love But not just any guy Gavin is a wedding columnist for a prestigio If you li
3.5 stars Gavin is a reporter for a big newspaper in New York, where he writes the popular stories about weddings, traveling to various events each weekend to cover the wedding and write up the couple Despite continually going to weddings and being a romantic, he s single and doesn t understand why At a party, he meets Melinda, who he falls for almost immediately, but she disappears without giving him her number Gavin unsuccessfully tries to find her, even goes out on dates with other women, 3.5 stars Gavin is a reporter for a big newspaper in New York, where he writes the popular stories about weddings, traveling to various events each weekend to cover the wedding and write up the couple Despite continually going to weddings and being a romantic, he s single and doesn t understand why At a party, he meets Melinda, who he falls for almost immediately, but she disappears without giving him her number Gavin unsuccessfully tries to find her, even goes out on dates with other women, and then he s given his new assignment write a story about Melinda s upcoming wedding.This was a cute, easy read The writing was simple but entertaining, and I loved the way the author gave funny quirks to some of the peripheral characters My favorite part was when Gavin interviewed a dating guru about his upcoming wedding, and the guru basically turned the tables and started giving Gavin dating advice and telling him why he was still single Quite entertaining Gavin was a likable main char
2.5 stars I didn t hate it It wasthan ok in some parts, not that great in others Personally, I don t get what anyone thought was LOL funny about this story, period Am I missing something I don t think I laughedthan once or twice Sometimes he used amusing analogies, but it didn t make me pee my pants laughing You want a funny contemporary romance story, read some Jill Shalvis or Kristan Higgins This wasn t funny It wasn t horrible, it wasn t exactly sad, but it was NOT funny 2.5 stars I didn t hate it It wasthan ok in some parts, not that great in others Personally, I don t get what anyone thought was LOL funny about this story, period Am I missing something I don t think I laughedthan once or twice Sometimes he used amusing analogie
It s my first time to read a novel from a male s perspective, and oh boy i really enjoyed it This is not the usual chick lit you d read where a girl go crazy over a man hoping he d notice her This is the other way around Well, there were parts where I think that Gavin s character isappropriate for a female character maybe because i m fond of reading romance where the female is the romantic one , but overall the way how the story ended was really good It s the typical ending you d see It s my first time to read a novel from a male s perspective, and oh boy i really enjoyed it This is not the usual chick lit you d read where a girl go crazy over a man hoping he d notice her This is the other way around Well, there were parts where I think that Gavin s character isappropriate for a female character maybe because i m fond of reading romance where the female is the romantic one , but overall the way how the story
Gavin Greene is a writer for a Pulitzer Prize winning newspaper, but he doesn t write a column on stocks or sports No, he writes the wedding column, which suits this romantic at heart Still reeling from a bad breakup, Gavin is searching for that right womanand finds her New Years Eve night at a party Melinda Gavin s One But when she slips out early, Gavin is left to search for the woman whose last name he isn t even privy too Can Gavin find her before someone else sweeps her away I th
It s no coincidence that the hero in THE WEDDING BEAT reminds the reader of the reporter in the movie 27 DRESSES but the similarity between the stories ends there Devan Sipher writes a witty, laugh out loud funny story about hapless reporter, Gavin Greene Sipher s humor is low key and wicked Lines like It was a cross between wedding kitsch and animal cruelty when speaking of a wedding s petting zoo and I liked being spontaneous I just preferred to do it with a little preparation ar It s no coincidence that the hero in THE WEDDING BEAT reminds the reader of the reporter in the movie 27 DRESSES but the similarity between the stories ends there Devan Sipher writes a witty, laugh out loud funny story about hapless reporter, Gavin Greene Sipher s humor is low key and wicked Lines like It was a cross between wedding kitsch and animal cruelty when speaking of a wedding s petting zoo and I liked being spontaneous I just preferred to do it with a little preparation are just two examples of Sipher s sarcasm Gavin spends the entire novel letting relationship possibilities slip through his fingers until I wanted to scream at him to man up When it all becomes too much for even him and he decides he must go after the girl of his dreams, he finds

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  • Paperback
  • 256 pages
  • The Wedding Beat
  • Devan Sipher
  • English
  • 02 October 2017
  • 0451235797