Planning on Prince Charming(94)

By: Lizzie Shane

Sidney blinked. “Are you serious?”

Josh knew Miranda too well to ask that. “You already have a network interested, don’t you?”

“We’re still working out the details.” Miranda glanced toward Bennett Lang. “Just think about it. We can talk more on Monday.”

Having dropped her bombshell, Miranda and Bennett retreated in a cloud of importance. Sidney and Josh walked in silence toward where he’d parked his car—having claimed one of the few driveway spaces not occupied by the bridal party.

“We don’t have to do it,” Josh said, dying to know what was going on in her head as he opened the passenger door of his convertible for her. “I know you weren’t comfortable in front of the cameras and you never wanted to be famous—”

“It’s different with you,” she interrupted, climbing in. “I never felt like I had to hide from the cameras when you were there. I could just be me. And this wouldn’t be Mister Perfect. I could be the fairy godmother.” He rounded the hood and when he slid behind the wheel, she smiled at him. “You do make a good wedding planner.”

“We make a good team.”

“True.” She nodded. “Though maybe we shouldn’t work together and date all at once right from the start. Are you sure you don’t want me to go on the new cable version of Romancing Miss Right?”

“Don’t even joke about it.” He put the car in gear, carefully backing out of the drive.

“This was fun,” she said, cautious and slow. “Planning the wedding on television. It could be fun to give it another go. We’d be doing something good. Don’t you think?”

“I’ve wanted to do it from the second she mentioned it,” he admitted. “But that might just be because I can’t imagine anything better than being paid to argue with you about floral arrangements.”

“Once Upon a Bride… It could be pretty awesome. And if it fails…”

“Where’s the fun in life if we don’t crash and burn every now and then? Besides, it’s about the journey, not the destination, right?”

She groaned. “New rule. If we do this, no journey talk. I had enough of that on Marrying Mister Perfect to last a lifetime.”

“Deal. We’ll just make sure we talk about how all our brides and grooms are there for the Right Reasons and they want to make the most of this amazing experience with their hearts open and—”


“Yes, my love?”

“Shut up and drive.”

“Yes, my angel.”

She might not want to hear the word journey, but he had a feeling their life together was going to be an amazing one. Wherever it took them. Perfection not required.


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