★ ★ ★ ★ ★"It made me laugh from page one." - Living Life With Joy
Tipsy, humiliated, desperate. Jessica's wedding problems have only just begun.
All the best maid of honor speeches involve funny stories and heartfelt feelings about the bride, and Jessica Banks's speech is no exception.
Shame she drank almost her body weight in champagne before standing up to give it, however...
But maybe Jessica will meet her Mr. Right at this wedding? After all, being a bridesmaid almost guarantees you'll meet men. Right?
What could possibly go wrong?
Wedding Bubbles is a stand-alone short and sweet chick lit story. It's also a prequel to the sexy, feel-good romantic comedy Styling Wellywood, Book 1 in the Wellywood Romantic Comedy Series.
"Kate O'Keeffe's sparkly and witty writing make this novella a super fun read" - Amazon Reviewer
"A funny and warm-hearted tale" - Amazon Reviewer
"Light, witty, endearing: a fun summer read!" - Amazon Reviewer
About the Author
I write funny, sexy, feel-good romantic comedies.
I've loved rom coms, romance, and chick lit since I first encountered Bridget Jones as a young, impressionable writer. It really was a match made in chick lit heaven.
I've been a teacher and a sales executive, but am now content as a mother and writer, madly scribbling all the ideas I've accumulated during my time on this planet we call home.
I live and love in beautiful New Zealand--where my novels are all set--with my wonderful family and my two very scruffy, naughty dogs.
Books in the Wellywood Series:
Wedding Bubbles (short story prequel)
Book 1: Styling Wellywood
Book 2: The Heartbroker
Book 3: Falling For Grace--released August 10th, 2016!
I would love you to keep in touch!
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Skipped a lot but read to the end. Maybe skipping causes me to miss the punch lines. But I didn’t miss the end - suspected cliffhanger. Not spending the money to find out.
What the heck was this garbage? I'm glad it was free and very short. Bridesmaid is majorly drunk at her best friend's wedding and is embarrassing. She gets dissed by everyone including her mother. She's lonely and appears to wonder why she's hurting. Dang -- look in the mirror at you life! It may be really short but it's not worth it and even if there was a real plot (which there wasn't) the author's writing is lousy.