Mother of the Bride by Lynn Michaels

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She planned everything for the wedding–
except the falling in love part. . . .

In a family of jet-setters and lovable eccentrics, Cydney Parrish is the stable, sensible one, always with her feet firmly planted on the ground. Maybe that’s why she ended up raising her sister’s daughter Bebe. Now Bebe is all grown up and about to marry the nephew of the handsome and reclusive author Angus Munroe. Between planning the wedding, dealing with her high maintenance kin, and facing a future with only a cat for company, Cydney has her hands full. But she isn’t too busy to notice that aside from being pushy and generally infuriating, Gus Munroe may just be the man of her dreams.

Angus Munroe is not about to let his only nephew throw his future away on some ditzy debutante. He flies into town determined to “speak now and never hold his peace”–but ends up instead with a broken nose, a slight limp, and his mountainside home invaded by the bride-to-be’s family. He’s pretty certain it is all the wedding planner’s fault. Aunts aren’t supposed to be sexy, but someone obviously forgot to tell the irresistible Cydney Parrish. . . .

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About Lynn Michaels

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Lynn Michaels, a three-time nominee for the Romance Writers of America’ s RITA award, is the author of fourteen books and one novella. Her books have consistently appeared on the Waldenbooks Bestseller List. She lives in Independence, Missouri, with her husband, their two sons, and three cats she calls the Little Queens. One of her most cherished possessions is a misspelled writing award. Visit the author’ s Web site at or write to her at P.O. Box 520756, Independence, MO 65052. "From the Paperback edition.
Published May 29, 2009 by Ivy Books. 386 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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When Cydney Parrish's 19-year-old niece, Bebe—whom she has raised for the last 15 years while her globe-trotting sister took Pulitzer Prize–winning photos—gets engaged to the nephew of famous mystery writer and social recluse Angus Monroe, Cydney drives herself over the edge organizing the hasty ...

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