Saturday, December 16, 2017

Lethal In Old Lace Giveaway!

Hi, Reagan Summerside here from the Consignment Shop series here in Savannah.


Guess what, I’m getting married! Yes me, bum-magnet Summerside who married Hollis the Horrible is getting married to the delish Walker Boone! How’d I get so lucky?!

Well, that’s the good news and now there’s the planning part that everyone has an opinion about. But even that isn’t so bad when compared to the Abbott sisters, my elderly, totally adorable next-door neighbors getting accused of murder!


“There’s a hand sticking out of the middle of your garden,” Detective Aldeen Ross said in a calm voice as if she’d come across such things every day. And maybe in her line of work she did!
“Hand?” Annie Fritz Abbot gulped. “What hand?”
That hand,” Aldeen snarled, jabbing a stiff finger at the exposed digits. “The one next to the dog.”
“That there just happens to be a...a new vegetable sister and I put in this year and...”
Annie Fritz’s voice trailed off as Aldeen snagged a hand trowel from the wheelbarrow, opened the squeaky garden gate, gave BW her best I am the police so get lost look then bent down. She dug next to the hand, slowed then stopped. She stared back at Annie Fritz and Elsie both now standing on the stoop looking like death warmed over.
“Is there some reason Bonnie Sue McGrath is planted in your backyard?”
“Fertilizer?” Elsie ventured in a squeaky voice.
See what I mean! Now I’ve got to find the real killer so the sisters can be at my wedding and not just watching it on Instagram! How can I concentrate on this and plan a wedding too!
So what’s the worse thing you ever saw at a wedding? Cake fall over? Groom not show up? Bride not show up? Preacher not show up?
Let me know and I’ll give away a hardcover copy of Lethal In Old Lace from the responses below!
Have a wonderful Christmas!
Hugs, Reagan Summerside, Auntie KiKi and Duffy Brown




107 comments:

  1. I have never seen anything that would be considered the worse thing at any wedding.

    NancyB
    nlb1050 (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  2. Yes, I have attended a wedding with guests behaving like animals. Taking home items which were not for them. saubleb(at)gmail(dot)com

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  3. I've only been to a couple of weddings actually and thankful nothing bad happened.
    Awilcox1182@gmail.com

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  4. A very drunk groom. Could hardly stand up for the vows. Much repetition before he could get his words out.
    cjreynolds52(at)comcast(dot)net

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  5. At a coworker's wedding, the guest sitting next to me at the reception kept lifting her sleeve and sniffing it.She held it out to me to smell and asked "Does this smell bad to you?" lkleback at hotmail.com

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  6. i have never seen anything at a wedding - sounds like an interesting story. jcook22@yahoo.com

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  7. I haven't seen anything truly bad. But I did hear of the fire sprinklers going off. Sure it was a mess. Kckendler at gmail dot com

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  8. The bride and groom decided to get back at their families by wording the whole service as a slap to the parents.
    Clergy advice to reconsider was ignored. They wanted it as it was.
    Then the day of the wedding arrived and the groom realized what a terrible idea it was.
    He passed out at the beginning of the ceremony.

    libbydodd at comcast dot net

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  9. The one bridesmaid got mad because the bride and groom fed each other the cake, nicely and didn't make a mess. So bridesmaid got a big scoop of frosting and smeared it all over the bride's face! dbahn(at)iw(dot)net

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  10. My husband and I were married 32 years ago at a candle-light ceremony. We lived about 40 miles apart and got married at the church he attended. This wasn't exactly pleasing my mother but it was what it was. The day we were to get married it was a hot humid day which didn't help the hairdo but my stylist was attending and came to the rescue. Our wedding was to be at 5 p.m. and my parent's didn't get to the church until 4:45 p.m. after traveling in a terrible rain storm. As my father and I proceeded down the aisle, the electric blinked. At the reception, one of my elderly uncles almost passed out but my mother made sure to grab him a plate of food. As we were getting ready to depart from the reception, I realized I had forgot my purse that had my identification in it and we were having our honeymoon in Niagara Falls so we had to travel to my hometown to pick it up. It was a comedy of errors but all in all I wouldn't have had it any other way. robeader53(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  11. At my sister's wedding years ago, the priest wore red white and blue tennis shoes that were clearly visible under his religious robe.

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  12. I haven't seen anything really bad at a wedding. The worst thing would probably be the time two bridesmaids obviously didn't like each other and were bickering during dinner. But they did behave during the ceremony! mbradeen@yahoo.com

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  13. worse wedding disaster is one where the cake was knocked over by the groomsmen dancing (at least that is what they called it, it looked more like an aerobic exercise). it was a mess.

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  14. I think the absolute worse thing I've witnessed at a wedding has to be the ex-boyfriend showing up.
    Thanks for the chance to win a hardcover copy of Lethal In Old Lace. I would be beyond thrilled to be the fortunate one selected.
    2clowns at arkansas dot net

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  15. happened at my own wedding....one bridesmaid tackled the others to get to the bouquet I tossed....awful!
    Paula S
    pjstaton64114@aol.com

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  16. The worst was my sister's wedding. I got in a fight with the best man who was my boyfriend I hit him over the head with the bouquet. And then the bridesmaid stepped into a bucket of water the custodian left out

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  17. I've not seen anything bad happen at a wedding, but one of the groomsmen fainted at my parents' wedding. It was an outdoor wedding & really hot. The groomsman was also hungover.
    turtle6422(at)gmail(dot)com

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  18. I remember when my late Husband & I got married & we went to the reception after the ceremony & the caterers were late so we had to scramble some snacks to serve until the food got there. Thanks for your generosity. lindamay4852@yahoo.com

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  19. I haven't been to a wedding in awhile! Maybe at the reception, people drinking too much at a open bar! missymoo2660(at)yahoo(.)com

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  20. Oh, I love this series! So excited for the next one. Thanks for the chance at an early view. frybbe(at)gmail(dot)com

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  21. My sister and I laughed all through her wedding at the courthouse!

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  22. I've not been to a wedding where something awful occurred---thank goodness!
    suefarrell.farrell@gmail.com

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  23. At my friend's reception, there weren't enough seats, tables or food to accommodate their guests. Thank you for this chance. areewekidding(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  24. I haven't seen anything really terrible but at my own wedding when we went to light the unity candle, it didn't want to light. I could just see my hubby, always the jokester, was just itching to quip something funny but he didn't, lol. Worse than a candle that won't light, before it was really a thing to completely smash each other with wedding cake, at my husband's cousin's wedding, the groom just nailed the bride's face with cake and really smeared it--um needless to say they didn't stay married very long! (she looked kinda mad at the reception, I would have been!) barbie17(at)gmail(dot)com

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  25. The worst thing I ever saw in a wedding was people walking out during the service. kkat(dot)edwards(at)gmail(dot)com

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  26. I watched my 4 year old son walk down the path over a creek on an old wood bridge carrying the rings and then the inevitable...the rings fall off. Thankfully, what could have been a disaster of epic proportions (I blame the sister-in-law who didn't sew them on like she said she would), the rings fell on the plank and not between the planks. My son reached down and at the urging of his flower girl sister, kept walking. He handed the pillow to his soon to be aunt and the rings to his uncle. I still shudder when I think of that moment.

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  27. Only thing was the ringbearer cried and wouldnt walk down the aisle.Candykennedy45@gmail.com

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  28. Only been to 3 weddings. Nothing untoward happened at any of them. Would love to read. Appreciate the chance. Della at deepotter (at) peoplepc (dot) com

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  29. You know how the guest hit their glass so the bride and groom kiss? Well apparently one of the groomsmen hit theirs too hard and when he went to take a drink he swallowed a piece of glass. That put a big delay in the bride and groom doing all their fun stuff at the reception.
    Thanks for the chance.
    bwilhoite87@gmail.com

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  30. I would love to win a copy , Duffy ! I love this series more than I love tea ! Thank you for the chance. Fingers crossed . joytheforgottenone@yahoo.com

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  31. I would love to win a copy , Duffy ! I love this series more than I love tea ! Thank you for the chance. Fingers crossed . joytheforgottenone@yahoo.com

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  32. At my sons wedding we were worried we wouldn’t have enough food more people showed up. At mt brothers wedding they cut the free beer off really early and wouldn’t let us bring more. So the wedding reception moved to my uncles house outside in the yard. I’d be so happy to read this book. Donamaekutska7@gmail.com

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  33. Many years ago I attended a wedding with my parents. It was a ritzy Wedding hosted by the Brides father, a big wig attorney where the boozed flowed and the bride ended up in the swimming pool. The story made the back page of the old Life magazine. Years later the bride and I ended up in a small town and we never mentioned her wedding.Ruth Nixon ruthenixon@sbcglobal.net

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  34. The worst thing I ever saw was at an outdoor wedding were a dog ran off with the cake. It was really more funny than bad, especially since the wedding cake was a particularly dense fruit cake confection the bride’s great-aunt had made and the dog only made it about 20 yards before the weight made him drop it. He took one bite, chewed for a minute, and spit it out, and then turned back to the buffet table to try for something tastier. Those of us who had been forced to suffer through Great-Aunt Margaret’s fruitcake before all secretly cheered on the dog and several of us snuck treats to the dog for the rest of the day.

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  35. Happy to say nothing terrible has happened at any of the weddings I've attended. jawdance@yahoo.com

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  36. All the weddings I have attended have gone as planned.

    jtcgc at yahoo dot com

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  37. I attended a wedding where the groom groped an unsuspecting female guest...Just 10 minutes after saying, "I do."

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  38. I can't think of anything terrible happening at the weddings. The worst came in the years after. I would love to read this book, thanks.

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  39. I would so love to win this book. Sounds like my kind of cozy. deniseaustin59@yahoo.com

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  40. I attended a wedding where the bride and groom yelled at each other on the dance floor. They also had an ice sculpture that looked like a hand with the middle finger sticking up! They're divorced now LOL njcar22(at)aol(dot)com

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  41. The worst thing for me happened when I was officiating a wedding. I came to the vows, turned to the bride and said, "Do you.." She looked at me and said, "No." I stopped. She said, "What's wrong?" I told her "You said no. I can't go on." She said, "I was just being funny." I said "Let's try this again." I reread the vows. This time she said yes. Cheers at MarjimManor dot com

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  42. One of the worst things I can think of happened at my first wedding. We had just family and a few friends and my parents paid for a nice meal at a nice restaurant and a case of Asti Spumanti for toasting. My ex-husband had 5 brothers and sisters. They all ordered prime rib dinners. Shortly after ordering dinner one of my new sisters in law asked how long before the food would be out as they had to go to a wedding rehearsal. So they took their dinners home in a box. The other 4 siblings helped themselves to bottles of Asti and cleaned the case out pretty quick. It was that day I realized I married into a northern red neck family. (We're from Michigan.) My mom and I talked about it for years and were still in disbelief.

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  43. One of the worst things I can think of happened at my first wedding. We had just family and a few friends and my parents paid for a nice meal at a nice restaurant and a case of Asti Spumanti for toasting. My ex-husband had 5 brothers and sisters. They all ordered prime rib dinners. Shortly after ordering dinner one of my new sisters in law asked how long before the food would be out as they had to go to a wedding rehearsal. So they took their dinners home in a box. The other 4 siblings helped themselves to bottles of Asti and cleaned the case out pretty quick. It was that day I realized I married into a northern red neck family. (We're from Michigan.) My mom and I talked about it for years and were still in disbelief.

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  44. One of the worst things I can think of happened at my first wedding. We had just family and a few friends and my parents paid for a nice meal at a nice restaurant and a case of Asti Spumanti for toasting. My ex-husband had 5 brothers and sisters. They all ordered prime rib dinners. Shortly after ordering dinner one of my new sisters in law asked how long before the food would be out as they had to go to a wedding rehearsal. So they took their dinners home in a box. The other 4 siblings helped themselves to bottles of Asti and cleaned the case out pretty quick. It was that day I realized I married into a northern red neck family. (We're from Michigan.) My mom and I talked about it for years and were still in disbelief.
    Rootseller55 at gmail.com

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  45. I really can't wait to read this book. One of my favorite series and author! I've never been to a wedding where anything noticeable went wrong.
    diannekc8(at)gmail(dot)com

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  46. I have attended church weddings for the most part, nothing crazy ever happened. Thanks for the chance! lindasjohnson54@gmail.com

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  47. My brother and sister-in-law lit candles during the ceremony. When they turned to face each other, her veil hit a candle and caught fire. The minister reached over and grabbed it and put it out. No injuries. Jlsxstitch (at) gmail (dot) com

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  48. I've never been to a wedding where anything went wrong that I noticed anyways. Thank you for the chance. pgenest57(at)aol(dot)com

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  49. At my granddaughter's wedding, their friend went online to get certification to perform weddings, basically their's. He forgot the lines & had no cheat notes. They finally got through it but it was quite funny. So very very happy there is a new addition to this series! It's my favorite! stkate00@aol.com

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  50. I've never seen anything horrible at a wedding! legallyblonde1961@yahoo.com

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  51. At our wedding, my husband's nuts sister showed up, caused trouble, and we had to have her arrested. catwoman-1(at)Comcast(dot)net

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  52. We were invited to a wedding that never happened! It turned out that the groom was already married!!

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  53. I've never seen anything terrible happen at any wedding I've been to. Very happy about that. Love this series.

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  54. A friend had two young train bearers who decided they were
    tired and would ride on the train when they were half way up
    the aisle. The bride got married minus her train.
    Would love to read the book. Thanks for a chance.
    Carol Smith
    penelope223(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  55. The only thing that happened in a wedding was me crying happy tears of joy for my friend. Then she cried at my wedding. She told me I know how you felt at my wedding because I felt the same at yours.

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  56. I have never attended a wedding. Anything can happen, though, when planning such an important event especially if children, animals and family are involved! Thank you for a chance to win and have a wonderful holiday!

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  57. I went to a wedding on Friday the 13th. The dresses were not done and had to be completed hastily. Some were sewn into their dresses. The best man fainted and fell off the altar. Then the groom was called back by the Army and left for overseas. At another wedding, the cake was delivered to the wrong venue.
    debby236 at gmail dot com

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  58. Reagan getting married and solving yet another crime wave? Can't wait to read it!

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  59. Paula Jacobson
    I love the Consignment Shop Mysteries. They are so fun. Duffy Brown is great. Thanks for the chance. Jacobson(at)prtel(dot)com

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  60. My flowers weren't there. They claimed no one was at the church at the agreed upon time, although I was there. My mother was running around placing the flowers around in front of the guests when they finally arrived. We were only a little bit late starting. Not too bad, since we've been married for 45 years.

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  61. The worst thing I ever saw was one of the groomsman tripped over the veil of the bride at the reception. Thanks for the chance. Maceoindo (at)yahoo(dot)com

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  62. At one wedding I was in, the flower girl rolled around on the carpet and was talking loudly (it was a night wedding so it was too long a day!). When we walked out, we were all laughing loudly about and when the mother of the bride came out, she told us they could all hear us talking and laughing. Then we were surprised to be told to go back in and sit down for the bride's parents to renew their vows. We'd also had to spend the day cleaning the reception venue because it rained and we couldn't have the reception outside as planned. I LOVE this series! So glad there's a new book. hannah03(at)bellsouth (dot) net

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  63. bride passed out in the bathroom - parkeremma2003 at yahoo dot com

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  64. When my brother got married, I was the maid of honor. When it was time for the best man, my cousin, to hand the rings over to my brother, my cousin handed him some cigar bands. I am pretty sure only the bridal party and the pastor saw what was going on but the congregation probably wondered what we were snickering about and what the delay was. It was pretty funny!

    ElaineE246 at msn dot com

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  65. We celebrated our 26th a couple days ago. We call our honeymoon Snowmageddon. The whole reception ended abruptly when everyone realized a blizzard had hit while we were inside partying. That was just the beginning of the weather trouble! ;) I love this series. Cannot wait to read the next book!
    lenicooks (at) gmail (dot) com

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  66. It worked this time!!! Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  67. The alarm on the door of the wedding ch as pel where we got married went off during the ceremony.

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  68. My email is mmamacitagrita@gmail.com

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  69. The worst thing I ever saw was before the wedding - the bride and groom had a Dalamatian that was not trained at all and they had dressed him in a "tuxedo" (just the shirt front part)and were going to have him be the ring bearer. After he ran around the backyard where the wedding was to be held, tore up the grass and peed all over the ground, myself and one of the groomsmen talked the bride and groom out of that idea. Thanks for the chance to win! aut1063(at)gmail(dot)com

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  70. Thankfully, I have never seen anything bad happen at a wedding. I did have a friend, though, who wanted to take outdoor pictures on her wedding day and it was raining. mcastor07(at)gmail(dot)com.

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  71. Luckily I have not been to many weddings. My own was at the justice of the peace and cost only $25. I said it was worth just about that much and so was my divorce. When my younger brother and his wife were getting married I was the maid of honor and I swore there was no one else either of them could have married. They argued the entire day. They are still married 20 plus years later though. kayt18 (at) comcast (dot) net

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  72. I'll never forget the wedding of a friend from college my Junior year. The bride was beautiful...and about 8 months pregnant! As she walked down the aisle her heel stuck in the white plastic lining it. Meanwhile a child, who I don't think was part of the wedding, was running around the organ screaming. When Mary finally made it to the altar the organist began to sing-completely off key! My friends and I (all theatre majors who could sing, and sing well) needed a drink after that one!

    cozyupwithkathy @ gmail dot com

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  73. Pouring down rain on a outdoor, open to the elements wedding.
    jluebke(at)frontier(dot)com

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  74. Cake fell over. Outdoor wedding and rain.

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  75. I didn’t see any instructions to leave my email but here it is, mjhopper (at) cox (dot) net

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  76. Marlene Ezell here. I was a bridesmaid at my cousin's wedding. Her brother who was 6'8" tall was an usher. He and I were paired to leave the church ceremony together. Well, as we were marching out, Bobby started to faint and ran into a pew, so I had to practically drag him out of the church.
    ezellmarlene(at)gmail(dot)com

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  77. Can't wait to read this book in one of my favorite series & by a wonderful author. I've never attended a wedding where anything bad happened. doward1952(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  78. When I got married my grandmother was very late and the rabbi marrying us would wait only so long. Fortunately, she arrived shortly before we began. When my older daughter got married last year her groom's grandmother got lost on the way to the venue and we agreed to hold up the start until she arrived. History does repeat. ematov(at)comcast(dot)net

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  79. Worse thing I've ever seen was the MARRIED groom making out with his MIL- Yikes!😖
    Cheers~
    Kelly Braun
    Gaelicark(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  80. At my sister's wedding the friend making the cake had it fall over in her back seat on the way to the wedding. Fortunately we put the bad side away from the guests.

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  81. Knock on wood, nothing bad has happened at the weddings I have attended. schmokercarol(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  82. Knock on wood, nothing bad has happened at the weddings I have attended. schmokercarol(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  83. Haha, the only bad thing I've seen was at my own. My grandpa, God rest his soul, kept sneaking into the church kitchen and eating the reception food, and my mama kept chasing him out!!

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  84. Seeing the bride dressed all in black because it was "slimming" was pretty weird.

    marypres(AT)gmail(DOT)com

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  85. I was in a wedding and the air conditioning in the church went out. They had to open the windows and bees came in and attacked our Bouquets that the Bridesmaids were carrying. So that left us with beating off bees while the wedding was going on in front of the church.
    Marilyn ewatvess@yahoo.com

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  86. Hope I'm not too late to leave a comment. When you work overnights, and sleep days, it's all upside down. Would love to win a copy.

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  87. The worst thing I've ever encountered related to a wedding was a storm related power outage. Shortly after exchanging their vows my cousins headed to the reception hall. The guests and bridal party were all inside the windowless banquet hall as a storm blew in knocking down power lines, etc. With the first loud crack of thunder all of the area power was lost. As a result there was no reception (no air conditioning, no lights, no ability of the facility to finish preparing the mean and no ability for the DJ/band to play. With 6-12 hours for power to be reestablished, everyone headed home. servedogmom AT Yahoo DOG com

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  88. I was the matron of honor at my now former friend's wedding. She left me in a hotel room by myself the morning of the wedding, with no car and then showed back up an hour before. I hadn't eaten and almost fainted during the ceremony. The groom got drunk Before the ceremony. Just awful. Not surprisingly, they are now divorced. Thanks for the chance to win!!
    salvatoresmom71(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  89. Fortunately, I've never been to a wedding where anything bad happened. At my wedding, my sister was my maid of honor, and my niece toddled up to her mama at the beginning of the ceremony. So sis held her throughout the ceremony and it was the sweetest thing. This book sounds wonderful. Merry Christmas everybody! suemngirl(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  90. The wedding that started 45 minutes late because of the bride. Yes, she was there but is notoriously late, according to her sister-in-law, who busted her at the reception. But what was even more incredible, is during this delay, the wedding party and groom stood at the front awaiting the bride from 5 of those 45 minutes. I adore this series and am so happy it continues!!! kim7corn(at)gmail(dot)com

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  91. I so enjoy how you portray Savannah and the South. The humor in your books never fails to lift my mood. Appreciate the opportunity.
    ivydtruitt(at)gmail(dot)com

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  92. I attended a wedding where the police came and arrested the father and the sister of the groom! bobwiesmann (at) gmail (dot) com

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  93. the winner is...Becky Wilhoite!! Thanks so much for playing along and I wish you all a Merry Christmas and a wonderful Holiday Season. Hugs, Duffy

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  94. Anyone who posted above and would like a Lethal In Old Lace tote send me your mailing address DuffyBrown@duffybrown.com and I’ll send one along. Hugs.

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  95. A wedding kiss that went way too long. Is that a border collie?
    gloria browning
    248 Taylor Dr
    Lexington, KY 40511
    browninggloria at hotmail

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  96. I am a pastor, so I've seen lots of crazy things at weddings. The worst was the organist forgetting to show up, when he finally got there, 30 minutes late, he played the Wedding March, which the bride was totally opposed to having at her wedding. It was awful for all of us. I'd love a tote and a chance to win a book! Thanks! ljbonkoski@yahoo.com Mailing address: Lori Bonkoski 1215 7th St. SE Apt. K2, Puyallup, WA 98372.

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  97. The church bells rang in the middle of my wedding and we had to wait for them to end before continuing with the service. I didn't mind but my mom really did!

    Mary M. emmasmom69 AT gmail DOT com

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  98. Haven't seen anything awful at a wedding before. Seeing a hand sticking up from a garden would top the list of wedding problems! jeaniedannheim (at) ymail (dot) com

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  99. My outdoor wedding it rained the whole time... everyone ended up standing with umbrellas as they couldn't sit on wet seats, and i walked down isle along with whole wedding party, all sharing random umbrellas too.

    Iemercedez @ aol . Com

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