Always a Bridesmaid... Tasmine Ford is such a perfect bridesmaid, she’s made a side business out of it. But, when a gorgeous designer wedding gown is handed to her, after the bride who is supposed to wear it climbs out the window on her wedding day, she starts to wonder, will she always be a bridesmaid and never a bride? It’s not that she doesn’t know exactly who she wantsAlways a Bridesmaid... Tasmine Ford is such a perfect bridesmaid, she’s made a side business out of it. But, when a gorgeous designer wedding gown is handed to her, after the bride who is supposed to wear it climbs out the window on her wedding day, she starts to wonder, will she always be a bridesmaid and never a bride? It’s not that she doesn’t know exactly who she wants to marry. But Eric Van Hoffendam wants to cry on her shoulder not ask for her hand in marriage. Now that the jilted groom is free, she begins to wonder if maybe their friendship could turn into something more, when she discovers exactly why he got jilted. Can she reform this bad boy into the amazing man she knows he could be? Five brides, one (possibly cursed) designer wedding gown. Will any of these brides actually walk down the aisle in the fabulous dress? Follow five runaway brides in this romantic comedy series as they find love in the most unexpected places....
|Title||:||bridesmaid for hire|
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|Number of Pages||:||139 Pages|
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bridesmaid for hire Reviews
Bridesmaid for Hire by Nancy Warren, is her third book in The Almost Wives Club series. I was fortunate to have read the the first two books and enjoyed them very much. Each story is centered around a bridal gown created by an extremely exclusive designer. Unfortunately, the dress is never worn in an actual wedding. There is a good probability that the gown is cursed, which explains why any woman wearing it will never end up actually getting married in it.Tasmine Ford has two jobs that she loves and does very well. During the work week, she is a full-time decorator and seller of high-end furniture. On weekends, she rents herself out as a bridesmaid, and takes care of anything related to the needs of the bride-to-be. Tasmine is extremely well-organized and patient, which bodes well in both of her ongoing professions. The last wedding she attended however, did not work out so well for the groom Eric Van Hoffendam, since he was left at the altar. The bride's gown was left for Tasmine to deal with.Although the circumstances are more than unconventional, Tasmine and Eric actually hit it off. Eric's future is on the line and not even his parent's abundant wealth and social status can help him with his current predicament. Lucky for him Tasmine is able to come to his rescue. They are good together and Ms. Warren does an wonderful job of evolving their relationship. Their passion is hot, even though it is behind closed doors.I am really enjoying this series and this book is a welcome addition. I found both main characters to be likeable, interesting and full of energy. The creative plot flowed nicely from start to finish and the secondary characters were intriguing in their own right. Another well-written romance from Ms. Warren.Complimentary copy provided by the author.
Bridesmaid for Hire by Nancy WarrenThe Almost Wives Club Series Book ThreeTasmine Ford was the hired bridesmaid from book two, Secondhand Bride. She was left holding a deserted wedding gown and the burden of letting the guests no there would be no wedding. And that was just the beginning.Eric Van Hoffendam had been left at the altar. It wasn't that there was love lost over not marrying Ashley, no, it meant he would be heading to jail. Just when he thought he was going from rich boy to jail bird...his life takes a whole new turn.The expensive and beautiful Evangeline wedding gown is yet to be worn in an actual wedding. It has been cursed, passed down and deserted. Will the right bride ever connect with this gown for the perfect wedding? The reader is yet to meet two more brides in book four and five...to see if happiness is found for this dress...and perhaps a bride and groom as well.**Mild sexual contenthttp://justjudysjumbles.blogspot.com/...
This is the third book in the Wedding series. What an awesome book! I loved every minute of it and hated to see it end. Tasmine was left the wedding gown from a famou designer. The gown had a curse placed on it. Ashley handed it to Tasmine as she was running out on her wedding day to Eric. Eric the rich and spoiled guy who got in trouble for defacing a famous painting in the judge's home. Now he is afraid he is going to have to go to jail since he did not marry Ashley to stay out of jail. Tasmine comes up with a different solution. She has always had a crush on Eric. The two start spending more time together and seem to enjoy each other's company. Read the book today to see how it all ends.
Good Good book. Ready to read the next books in the series. All 3 so far are been excellent books. Yay!
My review of this book is identical to my review of book 2:enjoyed this book as a light, easy read, but found it far too short and that there was significant missed opportunity to explore and develop the characters. To be fair, I think my expectation/desire was for more of a well crafted drama rather than the mass-production romance that this book aims for and achieves.
Easy ReadThis was an easy read, smooth storyline and a necessary cog in The Almost Wives Club series. I enjoyed reading it and looked forward to reading more, each time I picked it up.
i am really enjoying these short stories and how all these women are woven together by one dress. they are a lot of fun to read.
The 3rd in the series, it was like I couldn't stop reading these. Fun and light reading. Well written and believable stories.
when a slacker has to take responsibility for his actions and becomes the man he is suppose to be worth the help of a wonderful woman. can't wait for the next book