What do you do when you are in the private chapel of an Irish castle ready and willing to marry the man of your dreams, but the groom is missing? Well you do what any other reality star marrying a rock star does in those circumstances when the world is watching and waiting for you to fall from grace and him to fall on his arse, drunk. You fake it. This is what you do. It is the only way out of a bad situation if you do not want the humiliation of being ‘jilted at the altar’. Not to mention a potential lawsuit from the magazine deal and Callie Temples does not want any of it, so she is truly grateful when the perfect replacement is on hand to stand-in for her absent partner.
At least this way, it buys them some time to find the real Rocco and switch the husbands on honeymoon before anyone outside of a select few is any the wiser. Sounds like a plan and it just might work a treat, if it were not for Callie having doubts that she wed the wrong Wayne. Callie later learns a secret that puts their very future in jeopardy. What makes it more upsetting is the fact that her long lost father wants to have his say and he will go to any lengths to make that happen. While her new hubby has a real life girlfriend that they are trying to keep in the dark so as not to hurt her, but will she hurt him if the truth comes out. Will Callie get the fairytale ending to her story? Even a psychic pet pig cannot predict that one. Why not read this British, heart-warming and humorous chick-lit novel to find out if it all turns to tears or cheers for the bride.
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About the Author
Maureen Reil was born in Liverpool, England but lives in Lancashire in the North West of Great Britain. She writes her comedy romance novels in a 'chatty' conversational style with a ‘happy-ever-after’ guaranteed to give you that feel-good fiction, despite a few bumps in the road to get there since it is all about the journey and not the destination. When the author is not writing books she enjoys reading books, painting pictures and singing loudly but badly. She qualified in interior design and has a thing for beautiful gardens, not that you would know this judging by the state of her own home. For Maureen Reil is currently working on another project and hopes to bring it to her readers soon. Despite the best efforts of her health, her husband, three sons and a pet dog to disturb her when she is sitting on her ever expanding bottom to stare and sometimes shout at a laptop screen in order to do nothing more than use her over-active imagination to make stuff up which she calls a job, unbelievable, according to some.
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