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Summer Brides: The Borrowed Bride\A Bridge to Dreams\Sister of the Bride

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5 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

Fun Quick Read

The only negative thing about this book was it was too short. It was a very funny book with silly characters.

posted by luv2read91 on August 11, 2010

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  • Posted August 11, 2010

    Fun Quick Read

    The only negative thing about this book was it was too short. It was a very funny book with silly characters.

    5 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 14, 2011

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    1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 28, 2012

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    Isn’t there a rule that says that you can’t marry yo

    Isn’t there a rule that says that you can’t marry your sister’s ex? Well, Katie McCormick’s sister missed that memo because she’s ringing the wedding bell.It’s okay though. Katie isn’t bitter, really. It’s just that, well, there are going to be more than 200 people there and the questions… Ugh! No one has that much patience!
    Yup, you guessed it – Katie needs a date. A good one. One that will make everyone see that she’s much better off now that her baby sister grabbed Katie’s man.

    But… this is Fool’s Gold. Where is Katie going to find a man?

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    Steamy. Fast. Enthralling.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 18, 2012

    Highly Recommended

    If you have read all the other Fool's Gold books, you really should check this out. It is a cute little short story with the same characters you have read in the other Fool's Gold stories. I thoroughly enjoyed this story.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 14, 2012

    Fun

    Loved it

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 27, 2011

    Highly Recommended

    Another wonderful book so fun, easy reading

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  • Posted September 22, 2010

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    I Also Recommend:

    Sister of the Bride, a Susan Mallery Addition to her Fools Gold Series!

    My favorite of the three bride stories was Susan Mallery's Sister of the Bride as it is also part of the author's Fools Gold Series and Mallery's true sense of humor shown through with this "wacky" McCormick family.

    Katie McCormick was faced with two situations she didn't want to deal with, her sister was marrying her ex-boyfriend and the fact that her mother and her mother's best friend son Howie the Geek...both women wanted Katie to have Howie as her escort for the wedding. Talk about a disaster waiting to happen. A spoilt sister who only thought of herself, a crazy aunt who made moves on the groom's father and then seeing Howie again after all of those years ago when she was forced to see him due to the mom's.

    What a shock when "the geek" arrived but now he was one "hot" male specimen, one very hot and rich man who now went by the name Jackson and who was a very successful business man who came by his wealth by developing an inventory control computer program.

    Katie grew up in Fools Gold, majored in communications and was a sports reporter for the local paper. She loved her work and her family but was so not looking forward to her sister's wedding because her sister wasn't happy unless there was drama and trust me there was a ton of it during the weekends festivities. Most importantly, the sensual tension between Katie and Jackson was amazing, coupled with the bride and groom fighting, the crazy aunt and the hot weekend affair Katie and Jackson experienced.

    Katie was a wonderful daughter, sister and Jackson thought her to be special. His protective side came out because for some reason her family loved to criticize her flaws. To Jackson, Katie was beautiful, lovely and he really wanted her!

    What wedding drama, the crazy aunt, a missing and very drunk groom, the drama queen the bride to be, Jackson's ex-girlfriend who was enlisted to help with the wedding cake and Katie thought after spending the night with Jackson that she was head over heels for him. As for Jackson, he was overwhelmed with his feelings as well and wanted to protect Katie. Could this be the real thing? Would this darling couple get their happy ending?

    Again, author Susan Mallery delivered a fun, emotional and powerful love story giving her heroine her knight in shining armour. You won't want to miss Sister of the Bride nor the other three books is Susan Mallery's Fools Gold Series.

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