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After wrecking her car and waking in hospital with amnesia, fledgling
reporter Grace Morgan has no idea why she’d been in the process of
leaving the husband she loves so dearly. Her husband, Police Detective
Ray (Razor) Morgan tells her she was leaving him for another man, but
that just can’t be so. Can it? She’s determined to remember, even if it
kills her. And it just might. When bullets start to fly, Ray is forced
to take the wife he believes faithless on the lam until they can figure
out who is trying to kill them.
Feisty wedding photographer Hannah McDermott has dealt with her share of
difficult brides. But none can compare to the ultimate Bridezilla she's
dealing with now. Still, she's trying desperately to impress Bella
Neeley, Galveston Island's most sought-after wedding planner, so she can
take the top spot in Bella's list of recommended photographers--a spot
currently occupied by her arch-rival, Drew Kincaid. What she doesn't
count on, however, is falling head over heels for the competition.
her contagious humor and cast of quirky characters, Janice Thompson
gives readers more of the bridal business drama they want in a brand-new
series all about those long-suffering people who make beautiful
weddings happen. Readers are desperately waiting for more of Bella and
this new series brings her back in a big way, while introducing new
characters fans will love. Fans will laugh out loud as they experience
this breezy and entertaining novel from a great storyteller.
PUBLISHERS WEEKLY REVIEW: Turner is back and better than ever in this
comedic sequel to This Little Piggy Went to the Liquor Store, as
reliably honest and zany storytelling conveys both joys and trials of
parenthood. Turner, an Idaho mother raising two young daughters, has an
opinion on everything, including buffets (they bear responsibility for
"what's wrong with this country"); writers' retreats and how to measure
the quality of someone's writing by how much he or she talks about it
("excessive babbling" is an "attempt to compensate for crippling
insecurity"); and a parenting technique she calls "Willful Denial of
Fact." Vignettes range from botched chemical peels, her children's
Mandarin classes, endeavors to use a Slip ‘n Slide, and six months in
Mexico with the in-laws. Readers will be pleased to see familiar
characters reprise their roles from Turner's first book, such as
brother-in-law Virgil, who tells everyone that Turner's father is Dean
Koontz, "the guy who wrote The Shining." Turner's unapologetic
confessional is easy to relate to, and she succeeds in finding humor and
entertainment in even the most mundane trials of motherhood
Dumped? For her husband’s high school sweetheart he hasn’t seen in
twenty years? Roberta Jones Spivey isn’t going to lay down for that.
Instead, she reinvents herself and the new Bobbie Jones—new haircut, new
name, new attitude—follows her soon-to-be ex to the small Northern
California town of Cottonmouth.
What better way to show him—and
his sweetheart—what he’s missing in the brand new Bobbie Jones than
taking up with the town’s local bad boy—who’s also reputed to be a
serial killer. Nick Angel is devilishly handsome and sexy as all
get-out. In a word, perfect.
It’s all going exactly according to
plan...until a real murder rocks the little town of Cottonmouth. Of
course, Nick didn’t do it...did he?
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