I thought I had seen everything but I was wrong. The Leary family really takes the cake and I don’t mean the wedding cake. Interfering maid of honor, lackadaisical brother, angry boyfriend. Not a problem. I just swept them out of my way.
But when a bridesmaid doesn’t show up for the wedding march and the ceremony . . . what can I say? It’s appalling, just appalling. I mean it’s my reputation that’s on the line here. If every little thing doesn’t go smoothly, without a hitch, no one at that event will say, “What a lovely courtyard.” “How romantic.” “I’ll have to tell my best friend, or sister, or daughter, or . . .” Whatever. "This is where you should hold your wedding. It’s the loveliest ceremony I’ve ever attended.”
We did find the missing bridesmaid . . . much later. I don’t want to tell you where or what sort of condition she was in. You’ll just have to read about it in All Signs Point to Murder. I was disgusted, completely disgusted. In spite of my trials and all the aggravation I went through, that ceremony did go off without a hitch.
Although . . . I think the harpist missed a few notes. I’ll have to have a word with her.
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