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    The worse day of her life

    What is worse than losing your job, apartment, and boyfriend all at once? Just ask Tara who has had a very bad day, one of the worse days of her life but she will tell you the only worse than this is spending a weekend at her cousin's wedding dateless! She decides to think over her troubles at her favorite bar when in walks Bill. She has been checking him out for the last 6 months if only he would show some interest in her it would make her day. Heck it would make her week. Just as she has given up hope her friends suggest she ask Bill to be her date at her cousins wedding. Bill who is photography and makes the much need money to pay for his grandfather’s care jumps at the chance to go with her to the wedding. This could be his big payday with a chance encounter with the Runaway Bride's cousin and a date to the wedding that could put him on the map. The author gives you a story inside a story. The story of Bill and Tara really is so sweet with the attraction, the guilt over Bill using Tara it pulls on your heartstrings. Then you have Tiffany and Jackson's wedding plans. The big question is will she go through it this time or not. I really love watch the struggles these couples go through leaving us holding our breaths and on the edge. What a fun delightful read this was. The author covers so much in a short space of time really entertaining her readers giving a heartfelt read covering some very serious issues but at the same time giving you a fun read. This was very well written pulling the reader in hooking you with her very talented writing style that we have come to love. She gives us wonderful characters that we cheer for as they go through some very tough times in their lives. I totally enjoyed this story with its wonderful twists and turns.
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    There will be groveling.

    Tara lost her job, her place to live and her boyfriend all in one day. She was having a drink trying to figure out what she would do and she also needed a date to her cousin's wedding. Then Bill, one of the regulars at the bar, offered to go as her date. Bill has ulterior motives, but he also is attracted to Tara. The more Bill gets to know Tara, the more he feels guilty about his reasons for being at the wedding. As they get to know each other better, Bill knows he has to forget about all his reasons for being at the wedding with Tara, but how can he do that? If he doesn't get the pictures that he needs, his grandfather will suffer and if he does, he will hurt Tara. There will have to be lots of groveling.
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    Love this series!

    I have really enjoyed this series so far. All the couples and just waiting to see if Tiff and Jackson get married has made this a fun series to read. This involves Tara and Bill. Tara is the married in relation wo thinks she has something to prove to the Bonader family. And Bill is a photo2 who sells pictures to the tabloids to pay for his grandfathers care. But he doesn't enjoy it. And hates playing people. But he has to do what he has to do and if that means lying to Tara to get invited to the wedding or unwedding of the year then that's what he will do. Tara is desperate for a date to the wedding. Her fiance dumped her and Bill fits the bill. But what she didn't expect were the fireworks between them. With the wedding falling apart right before their eyes secrets unravel between them that push them apart. 's they overcome things to help this wedding go on or will things be to far gone?? And will these two be able to come to terms with what's happened and make a lasting relationship? Loved this one!!!
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    Family Matters!!

    The bridesmaid Wore White This novella shows the reader how family matters when challenges occur. While many families experience difficulties in relationships, the people that care deepest for you step up when you need them. In the context of Tara's perspective, this story brings the reader a conclusion to one bride's journey toward love while detouring into other family relationships. The novella packs a punch with all the new characters and relationship reveals. I loved the action between the main characters, Tara and Bill, as they worked out the secrets that challenged their relationship. The multiple subterfuges in the plot caused much laughter as the characters worked out solutions. I would highly recommend this novella and the preceding ones in this series.
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    A story within a story

    Tara Bonander is having a really bad day. She's lost her job, her apartment, and her boyfriend - all in a row. But, what worries her the most is none of those, it's spending the weekend at her cousin's wedding dateless that has her the most upset. So, she heads to her favorite bar to think through her problems when Bill shows up. Bill has been showing up for 6 months, but she's given up hope of him showing any interest in her. But, when someone suggests that she take Bill as her date . . . . Bill Blakely makes his money with photography and he takes celebrity photos to help pay for his ailing grandfather's care. So, when he has a chance encounter with the Runaway Bride's cousin, he jumps at the opportunity to get to know her better because getting close to family might give him a chance to photograph the bride herself. Unfortunately, his conscience keeps getting in the way. The more he gets to know Tara, the better he likes her and the more guilty he feels over his plans to get a picture of the bride. What follows is really a story within a story. On the surface, there's the story of Bill and Tara. It's a sweet story where they come to realize how attracted they are to each other. Of course, there's the big reveal, but I enjoyed reading how it happens. I also liked reading about how Bill struggled with the hard questions of personal priorities and honesty. The secondary story is the continuation of Tiffany and Jackson's wedding plans. Will she actually get married? Will she run away again? Is their love strong enough to keep them together? All these questions are asked and answered. This one isn't quite as funny as the others because there are more serious topics covered, but I still enjoyed it as much as the other stories. Romance - PG Language - clean My rating - 5 stars.
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