What happens when you realize you're about to marry a man you don't love—a man who doesn't love you? When accidentally flushing her $8,000 engagement ring down the toilet isn't enough of a sign for Katie Ray to call off the big day, fate gets busy. Will seeing her wedding planner murdered and getting herself locked in the dark with a sexy PI do the trick?
Hired by Houston's elite wedding planner to investigate some missing brides, the last thing bad-boy Carl Hades wants is to be shackled with another man's soon-to-be wife. Especially when the gorgeous redhead stirred emotions he'd avoided for years. Now, avoiding her sounds like a genius plan, especially when her future wedding goes the same the way as her engagement ring—down the toilet—making Katie available. . . and a hell of a lot more tempting. But when the missing brides come up dead, Carl suspects that Katie might be next, which makes avoiding her impossible and improbably, especially when being with her is a whole lot of fun.
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Weddings Can be Murder
Library Journal Review:
Throwing up every time you think of marrying your fiancé should be a clue that maybe you shouldn't go through with it, but Katie Ray is having a hard time calling off the engagement. After all, she and Joe are perfect for each other, aren't they? Things change drastically, however, when the wedding planner is murdered, and Katie ends up locked in a room for hours with a sexy PI who was hired to trace some disappearing brides. At the same time, her best friend and Joe meet for the first time and are attracted to each other. Although the plot is threaded with sassy humor, a lighthearted touch, and misaligned lovers hinting strongly of Shakespeare, a deranged psychopath, a trail of murdered brides, and threats of real danger keep the story on the suspenseful side. Craig's (Divorced, Desperate and Delicious) lively story puts a new spin on weddings and will appeal to those who like their lethal tales with a little humor on the side.