Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue, and a sixpence for her shoe.
A woman realizes she was meant to decline a wedding invitation, but only after she’s arrived. Can she borrow some of a stranger’s charm to make it through an awkward night?
A power outage during a rehearsal dinner. A vanishing bride. A distraught groom. How’s an innkeeper to keep up? Especially when the bride reappears with a strange request: help her escape her own wedding.
It’s awfully easy to bring “something old” to your wedding when one of the brides happens to be Death’s 700 year-old Head Minion.
As if a museum wasn’t enough of a draw for a history nerd, throw in holograms, a secret wedding, and a mysteriously well-informed woman and things really get interesting.
Weddings are so much more than parties. They’re a gathering of family and friends. The start of an adventure. And most importantly, they’re a celebration of love. From Bella Books comes a collection of short stories sure to put you in the mood to say “I do.”
Enjoy these romantic stories from the following Bella authors:
|Publication Date||June 17, 2021|
Kaye C. - June is a traditional time for weddings and a month to celebrate Pride. What could be timelier than an anthology focusing on f/f love with weddings as a common denominator. Eleven different authors create short stories with romances. They include finding love while preparing for a wedding, at the ceremony, and even a story that includes an historical wedding. Most stories cover just a few days, but a couple extend longer. There are too many storylines to try and summarize but several of them I would gladly read whole novels with the characters as the leads. Now I have some new authors I can be on the lookout for future books.
Carolyn M. - This was a charming anthology that makes a great "palate cleanser" between long novels. The timing was terrific, as others have pointed out. The collected short stories cover a variety of circumstances, characters and durations. A nice change in pace from a variety of authors.