Book Description

Plus One by Sarah Phelan

The Indie Book of the Day for 4th of March, 2014!

Genre: Literary, Romance

Wedding planner extraordinaire Julia Santos has led a picture perfect life – a glamorous job, beautiful children, a gorgeous home – with her Prince Charming at her side. But with just days to go until her college roommate’s wedding, Julia’s Prince Charming has decided he’d be a lot happier with the other Princess down the street. Compelled by pride – not to mention financial obligation – Julia must keep up appearances all alone in a Destination Wedding Hell that she herself has planned. Surrounded by well-wishers strolling down Memory Lane, Julia finds herself struggling with the fact that she no longer is going to be Mrs. Charming. After a bad break up with his fiancée, David Diemand, best man and brother of the bride, has spent the last six months, literally and figuratively, at sea. His only job for this wedding is to show up and stand next to his buddy at the altar, but no one is truly sure he can handle that. Not even David. Stuck in the middle of all these Wedding Hells Bells is bad enough, but with all the old college crowd in town, David knows he is bound to bump into that WhatIf with her husband as David sulks at the Singles table. But Julia is there alone. Without a sickeningly perfect husband in sight. Much to Julia’s dismay, David quickly uncovers the real reason why Prince Charming is absent. Against her better judgment, Julia agrees that the only way they are going to get through this wedding week is together. And the secrets that David and Julia share – both old and new – could be the very reasons why the two of them are both alone at this wedding without their Plus One.

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Book Insight

  • File Size: 392 KB
  • Print Length: 349 pages
  • Publisher: BlanketFort Publishing; 1 edition (October 10, 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00FS1LVHM
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
  • X-Ray: Not Enabled
  • Lending: Not Enabled

Read Sample

My bio from the book is still my favorite, I have to say. And to be perfectly honest, not a lot has changed from that one written in 2005. My kids are older (although could someone please inform me at what age the poop jokes start to not be so funny?), I’m writing for local papers mostly, (which I love) and I’m back to teaching (Shakespeare, I’ve missed you so!). I still drink too much coffee and not enough gin. I still watch too many shows that involve either A.aliens B.vampires C.comedians who make political commentary. And I still have a deep, smushy, disgustingly soft spot for punk rockers. :)

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