Bride in Overdrive: A Journey Into Wedding Insanity and Back

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Macmillan, Jun 1, 2004 - Family & Relationships - 191 pages
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"A very funny, candid, and heartwarming look at bridal mania. Bride in Overdrive is a must-read for brides and the people who love them."
- Cara Lockwood, author of I Do (But I Don't)

Jorie Green was a practical, levelheaded, modern woman before she got engaged. But the moment boyfriend Barry slid that sparkly ring onto her finger, she went a little insane.

Adventures in the life of a bride-to-be:

- Waiting for the proposal . . . and waiting . . . and waiting

- Sometimes love means compromising on your china pattern

- The "slightly less painful than sawing off a limb" wedding-dress diet

- Merging families---and living to tell the tale

Bride in Overdrive is a hysterical memoir of one bride's march toward marital bliss and a tender look at the fears and joys that come to the surface as the big day approaches. A must-read for any bride who's given serious thought to what kind of underpants she should wear on her big day.

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About the author (2004)

Jorie Green Mark's fiction and nonfiction have been published in many magazines and literary reviews. Jorie chronicled her engagement in a biweekly column for WeddingChannel.com and continues to regale faithful readers with her adventures as a new mother. She lives in St. Louis, Missouri.

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