I have some favorite quotes from this story:
"She was my cousin and he was someone I had once loved." - Gag.
"William swept me up in a circle and planted one on my forehead." - What does that even mean?
"The way he looked at me told me he still had feelings for me." - Think about it. In real life, at least in my experience, no one ever "knows" what someone thinks. They might hope, guess, or get a feeling, but they never state it as fact.
She "assigned" gifts. Sorry, I just don't buy that one at all.
I know this one has been beaten to death, but I can't resist. They find a ship they can refurbish to replicate the Titanic. And cruise line is absolutely willing to cancel all plans, existing reservations and everything, and tie this ship up for not just the couple of weeks of the wedding festivities, but also all the time needed in advance to completely refit it. Oh, and I suppose afterward they put it back to they way it was, which probably took another several weeks at least.
And enough people to fill the ship cancelled all their plans with what, 2 months' notice at the most, to participate in this debacle. Everyone's schedule is just that flexible.
Even if William was worth "Millions," I would think it would take a lot more to accomplish this.
William is kind, worthy, noble, etc. etc. But he slept with "Jennifer" fairly soon after they met. Even if he had known her somewhat from before, if he was as perfect and as much of a gentleman as the poster is trying to claim he is, wouldn't he have too much respect for even himself to do that? I mean, I know guys are guys, but she's trying to pass him off as something more than that.
My favorite: I love how at the end, her grandmother sends them a "small gift" with a note saying that Jenn has "shamed herself into the ground and is really pregnant now without knowing who the father is." Sorry. If Granny was sympathetic enough to take her in (despite the fact that she could have easily sold the "8,000 square foot mansion" (and all the other gifts she had received) and put herself up in grand style somewhere), Granny wouldn't have volunteered that information to them. I doubt she would have answered the invitation at all.
This person strikes me as a high school kid who has read way too many romance novels, and obviously not done her research.