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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Humorous / General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:224
  • eBook ISBN:9798350900132
  • Paperback ISBN:9798350900125

So I Married a Groomzilla

by Chrystalle Anstett

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Overview
"So I Married a Groomzilla" is a laugh-out-loud romantic comedy about what happens when a corporate go-getter bride-to-be leaves the wedding planning to her fiancé and his grandiose "vision."
Description
Bride-to-be Chrystalle Hannon is a twentysomething go-getter in New York City. She loves her job at the legendary investment bank Belden Pratt and is rapidly scaling the corporate ladder in five-inch heels. Sure, she's excited to get married but she dreams of promotions. Her fiancé, Michael, is a metrosexual with a passion for color palettes. When Chrystalle becomes consumed with pleasing her new boss, Michael takes over the wedding planning and his "vision" takes on a life of its own. As their budget goes up in flames, Chrystalle must grapple with her heart and her head, learning how planning a wedding and planning a life can intersect.
About the author
Chrystalle Anstett is a New York City native with dual passions for writing and numbers. She is a successful finance professional with over two decades of experience in investment management, spanning roles in operations, accounting, investor relations, business development and manager research. Chrystalle is the author of several articles and white papers on institutional investment strategies, which have been featured in Absolute Return, Bloomberg Markets and HFM Investor Relations. "So I Married a Groomzilla" is her debut novel.

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