Not Quite A Bride by Kirsten Sawyer

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A hilarious and heartwarming debut novel of big dreams, big days, and even bigger lies...

Molly Harrigan has always dreamed of the perfect wedding, she just never thought she'd be in scores of them as the bridesmaid. Now on her thirtieth birthday–after her younger, married sister announces that she's pregnant–Molly's old dream takes on an all-new urgency.

It doesn't help matters that her best friend Brad drops the bomb that he's engaged to his spoiled brat of a girlfriend. Devastated, Molly does what almost no one in the same situation would do. With a giant wedding fund burning a hole in her pocket (courtesy of her late, beloved grandmother), Molly hires a fiancé.

Now armed with the perfect boyfriend, Molly stages a whirlwind courtship, engagement, and grand-ballroom-style wedding. Lying to her friends and family is a small price to pay for cake-tastings, gift registries, and dress fittings. But lying to herself could cost Molly her one chance at true love–with a man whose feet are turning as cold as her own...


About Kirsten Sawyer

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Wile working as the assistant to a sitcom writer, Kirsten Sawyer caught the writing bug herself. She recently left the insanity of entertainment for something far more insane...full-time motherhood. In between Mommy and Me yoga classes, she is working on her second novel. She lives in Los Angeles.
Published January 1, 2007 by Kensington Books. 307 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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