The story opens with Miss Julia’s friends mentioning that they’ll be getting married in a small courthouse ceremony the following Friday—but this practical idea will not do for Miss Julia. As Miss Julia’s plans to host a simple wedding morph out of control, one near-catastrophe after another adds to the building tension. Truly, our friend Miss Julia is “throwing” a wedding.
And Miss Julia is exasperatingly unaware that it might be she herself causing many of the problems. I do love that Miss Julia is flawed—and that most of the time, she doesn’t realize it. I mentioned in my review of book #2 that Miss Julia drives me nuts sometimes. In book #3, she’s still driving me nuts, but I still can’t help loving her like a friend.
Reader, I’d love to know your thoughts about Miss Julia.
Are you new to the Miss Julia series? Miss Julia Throws a Wedding can be read as a standalone novel, but you might think it’s fun to start at the beginning. Click here to read my review of the first book, Miss Julia Speaks Her Mind.
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