Four Weddings and a Fiasco: The Wedding Chaos
by Isabel Micheals
When a momzilla crosses a frustrated bride-to-be, chaos ensues…
Nancy Blake has dreamed of her daughter having a fairy tale wedding fit for a Princess since Lilly was born. However, Lilly and Trevor want to be married soon and with as little fanfare as possible. How will Nancy be able to carry out her plans for the wedding to end all weddings, you ask? She enlists the services of Rose Knight, owner of The Rose Chalet, San Francisco’s premier wedding venue.
But as the big day approaches, tension between mother and daughter escalates, nearing the point of no return. Will they be able work out their differences before Lilly and Trevor walk down the aisle? Or, will the bride and groom make a run for Vegas to be married by an Elvis impersonator?
Warning: This fairy tale contains an overwhelmed bride one-step away from wearing prison orange; a prince charming who sticks his foot in his mouth; and a momzilla who continually forgets…she’s not the bride.
The Wedding Chaos is based on the wonderful characters found in Lucy Kevin’s Four Weddings and a Fiasco series.
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BY Sean Moriarty
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I was trying to get away clean… but with her I just can’t stop myself from gettin’ dirty.
Yeah, that’s me. After all the stuff that went down with the O’Riley crime family, I’m out of a job, but at least I’m walking away with a boatload of money.
Now I’m just taking it easy, floating from city to city. Taking the odd job here and there while I try to find my place.
Then gorgeous, curvy goddess Aaliyah gets her bank card declined in front of me in the checkout lane.
Ass made for grabbing and legs that go on for days. Single moms usually aren’t my type, but there’s just something about her that is driving me insane.
Too bad she’s been hurt so much she thinks I only want sex in exchange for her groceries.
I’ve got nothing but time, one of the benefits of being rich and unemployed.
My new purpose in life: I’m going to convince Aaliyah she’s mine and spend the rest of my days knocking her up with my babies.
by MJ Fredrick
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War correspondent Leo Ericson spends more time on the frontline than he does with his own son. The child’s school counselor Trinity Madison doesn’t understand why. But when Leo returns home, the two form an unexpected bond that could lead to so much more…
Just Love Me 1
BY C.C. Cartwright
I’m God’s gift to women. What can I say?
When I’m out and about, I catch the ladies checking out the goods.
I’m at the beach today, and my sister has her posse of friends with her.
One, in particular, is beyond beautiful, with a killer body to match.
“Justin, don’t you remember me?” she asks in the most sensual voice I’ve heard in a long, long time.
“Sloane Hart, is that you?” I utter in disbelief. It’s my little sister’s best friend, all grown up and filled out in all the right places.
Needless to say, I don’t waste a minute getting her alone.
Things get hot and heavy and we’re just about to do the dirty deed when I sense something isn’t right. She’s tense.
“Can you go slow and easy?” she asks timidly.
WTF, she’s a virgin?
I don’t mess with virgins anymore, not since high school.
Next. I’m moving on. I don’t want Sloane, dear Sloane, getting stuck on me.
The problem is that I can’t stop thinking about her. When I see other guys hitting on her, it makes my blood boil.
This can’t continue. Sloane Hart is getting under my skin.
I was invisible to him.
Justin Harlow is my best friend’s older brother, and I’ve been in love with him for as long as I can remember.
Fast forward ten years later, and I’m at the Harlow family’s beach party.
Justin has one killer set of abs and is devilishly handsome.
Mr. God’s gift to women notices me today.
The way his eyes rake over my body from head to toe tells me he wants me.
He says I’ve grown up and filled out in all the right places.
He’s dangerous for my heart and my body.
I know I’m in trouble.
Just Love Me 1, a captivating best friend’s older brother novel you won’t be able to put down!