Wedding fever creates plenty of opportunity for heat in Helena S. Paige’s sexy and funny A Girl Walks Into a Wedding—the interactive erotic novel in which YOU, the reader, make all the rules . . .
Your best friend is getting married, and she’s asked you to be her bridesmaid. So many decisions: for starters, do you ask the gorgeous but mysterious man you met online to come as your date? Or do you go solo, giving yourself ample opportunity to kick up your heels and scope out the talent?
Once the wedding weekend gets underway in a romantic country setting, all kinds of adventures on offer. Will you ditch your date? Duet with the hot DJ? Dodge the disreputable best man? Or perhaps the rugged pilot you meet in the bar will open up unexpected erotic opportunities - and who knew the maid of (dis)honor had such a sultry streak?
All this while steering your way through the bachelorette party, the bride’s wedding jitters, the Dress From Hell, and more. Perhaps the most tempting option is to flee the entire affair with a tall, dark stranger … or maybe an old friend surprises you with a sizzling encounter.
YOU make the decisions—fulfillment guaranteed. It’s your fantasy. Your rules. The choice is yours . . .
About the Author
Helena S. Paige is the pseudonym of authors Helen Moffett, Sarah Lotz, and Paige Nick. Helen Moffett wears many hats: freelance writer, editor, researcher, academic, poet, and flamenco fan. Sarah Lotz is a screenwriter and novelist with a fondness for fake names. She writes urban horror novels as S. L. Grey and coauthors a pulp fiction zombie series under the name Lily Herne with her daughter. Paige Nick is an author and award-winning advertising copywriter and writes a weekly humorous dating column for the Sunday Times (Johannesburg).
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
a girl walks into a wedding" is one of the most unusual books I have ever read. I absolutely loved all the options I had. Some of the options I picked were better than others but it was never the same. If you didn't like what you picked you can go back and it changes the whole story. Jack was my favorite! A hot pilot taking me to Paris who could resist. The story ended a little to soon for me so I went back and changed the whole story with the different options. It was a fun book and I would like to read Helena's other book "a girl walks into a bar".
Throws an apple pie in Payton's face.
" dude were rednecks we stral pie "