ARC Review: Groomzilla by Tere Michaels

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ARC Review: Groomzilla by Tere Michaels
Book Info

Released: August 10th 2015
Genre: LGBT
Pages: 160

“Even though the premise didn’t exactly hook me in, GROOMZILLA is still a delightful book.”
~ Under the Covers

I’ve been a fan of Tere Michaels for a very long time so I’m always excited when a new release comes out. GROOMZILLA is an interesting story because if you’re a fan of those reality wedding shows that follow the bride and groom around, then you may be intrigued by this idea.

Personally, I’m like Daniel Green, the hero of this book who isn’t into them AT ALL. But when his friend Ander asks that he help plan his wedding, Daniel cannot refuse. Despite the fact that he isn’t a romantic or even a wedding planner, this will undoubtedly be a real challenge for him. But surprisingly, Daniel’s biggest challenge isn’t getting everything picture perfect ready for his best friend, it’s the presence of the Owen Grainger, the show’s producer that gets Daniel all tied up in a knot.

As usual, Michaels infuses this book with a healthy dose of humor and heart. Just reading the first few pages of the book can make you smile. On the sweeter side, it’s a story that develops organically and realistically. Although I wasn’t much of a big fan of the TV show aspect of the book, one cannot deny the chemistry that Owen and Daniel have. They were so cute and funny with that extra dose of sexiness. So even though the premise didn’t exactly hook me in, GROOMZILLA is still a delightful book.

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About Tere Michaels

This bio would be more interesting if I could fictionalize it...

I am an East Coast girl (Metro NYC to be exact), born and bred and with some slight princess traits. For example, "camping" is staying in a hotel without a pool.

Writing has always been my dream, my goal, the way my brain and my heart found a happy place. When I was five my mom got me a subscription to a Disney magazine and precocious early reader that I was, I immediately caught on to the fact that someone, indeed, WROTE these stories. That it was a real profession and from then I was locked in to what I wanted to do.

Of course it took me til just past my fortieth birthday to fully succeed by having my first novel, "Faith & Fidelity" published, but I've been writing for decades and whether or not I made a dime, it was always my "must do" thing.

In the meantime I've freelanced, worked in offices, managed a bookstore, lived in LA, starved and prospered and became a married mom in the 'burbs.

Right now my wonderful husband and my darling son and I live in a cute house in the NJ suburbs; we share our abode with three cats, a hamster and approximately 100 fish (warning: when the pet store says "they're all male!" don't believe them). Life is good and I am beyond grateful to my family and friends and fans who've brought me to this point.

I love to talk to people about writing and books and my book(s) so feel free to drop a line at teremichaelsblog @


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