It's that time. Time for Emma to do her duty to her brother and his fiance by standing up for them at their wedding. It's a wonderful thing that Emma is thrilled to be a part of - mostly.
The problem is the best man. The best man so can't have a conversation with her without tripping over her, spilling something on her, or somehow completely throwing her off balance. How can they possibly spend the entire evening together muchless make it through the dance they must share?
Well, practice makes perfect -- and moonlight dancing is quite romantic.
What I liked: I really loved the beginning, at first it seemed like it would be the most romantic of the novella series. Even the end was adorably romantic. It's definitely a perfect ending.
What I didn't like: It just felt rushed in places. I think that this novella could (should) have been made into a complete story on it's own -- goodness, I've read series that weren't as fleshed out