Today is my second stop on the blog tour for One Hundred Proposals.
I am pleased to share with you Holly Martin’s dream proposal!
In One Hundred Proposals Harry takes Suzie around the world, proposing in very different ways, to the tiny little heartfelt gestures written in the sand to the big, epic proposals sprawled across Victoria harbour.
Whilst writing this book it has obviously made me think about how I would like to be proposed to.
I don’t think I would want the cliché, the proposal up the Eiffel Tower or Empire State building isn’t original at all.
But I’m a big sucker for romance and if I was proposed to with candles, flowers and fairy lights with one of my favourite songs playing nearby, if I was proposed to on a beach as the sun set I would definitely say yes.
But I also love seeing these big proposals, the big flash mobs, the dancing, fireworks the whole shebang, Youtube is filled with these such proposals and I love to see the amount of effort that goes into them.
Is there really such a thing as a perfect proposal? Would the way I was proposed to make a difference to my answer? In truth, no.
If I was with someone I truly loved, they could propose over a bag of chips and I would still say yes. The man I loved telling me he loved me and wanted to spend the rest of his life with me, I couldn’t say no to that regardless how he did it.
So if the proposal doesn’t really matter, all I need is the perfect groom.
‘Is there really such a thing as a perfect proposal?
Over the next hundred days I intend to find out. I will find one hundred ways to propose to our Chief Proposer Suzie McKenzie and post the results here for your enjoyment. One thing’s for sure, not one of my proposals will be on top of the Eiffel Tower with a dozen red roses.’
Best friends Suzie and Harry are partners in romance. That is, they run the.PerfectProposal.com, coming to the aid of would-be grooms to create the ultimate marriage proposal.
But when Harry decides to catapult the business into the big leagues with a PR stunt all Suzie can see is a hundred days of heartbreak stretching ahead of her. But however exotic the location, or breath-takingly romantic the setting, Suzie has to keep remembering that ‘Marry Me?’ is the one question she can’t say yes to.
This business proposal should come with one hundred broken heart warnings…
One hundred proposals, one hundred chances to say yes.
Read my review here