Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Wedding Bells!

By Lucy Richardson from the Lighthouse Library mysteries by Eva Gates

It’s almost here! The wedding of my beloved cousin and best friend Josie O’Malley and the darling Jake Greenblatt.

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February might not seem like the best time for a wedding, but Josie and Jake both work so hard in the tourist season, her at Josie’s Cozy Bakery and him at Jake’s Seafood Bar, in Nags Head North Carolina, that the winter was the best time for them to be able to slow down and plan the wedding.

Small and simple is what they want and, as I’m the maid of honour, I’m going to ensure that’s what they get.

There might be a small complication, as Josie’s imperious grandmother Gloria is descending with a gaggle of female cousins that Josie calls The Louisiana Mafia, including Cousin Mirabelle, who intends to make a big splash with her new event planning business.

But I’m confident that once Josie explains that we have everything under control, they’ll be okay with it.

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After all, nothing can be allowed to interfere with Josie and Jake’s big day

Find out if the wedding plans do go astray in SOMETHING READ SOMETHING DEAD, coming March 13 from Crooked Lane Books.

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8 comments:

  1. A February wedding would be lovely! I am looking forward to reading all about it! I love how the lighthouse is decorated.

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  2. I love this series and can't wait to read Something Read, Something Dead!

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  3. My sister had a Valentine's Day wedding, gosh, 27-30 years ago?, they are still together..It was a bit chilly outside, but the church was warm. We're Italians,and there is a lot of us so it was like the Italian Mafia invaded the church :)

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  4. Love this series! Looking forward to reading the book.

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  5. Sounds like an intriguing story. Thank you for sharing.

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