Always a Bridesmaid

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Harlequin Books, 2004 - Fiction - 379 pages
5 Reviews
Serena Stafford cannot believe her impetuous sister could have fallen in love in three days, until she meets handsome best man Tom Erickson, in the first of three stories about three beautiful bridesmaids who find their own path to romance. Original.

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User Review  - Jessica - Goodreads

Very cute. This book is composed of three brief (100-some-odd page) novellas. Although each was completely unrealistic in its own right, they made for fun, brainless summer reading. Definitely recommend. Read full review

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User Review  - Gemma - Goodreads

I'll admit it, romance anthologies are a weakness of mine. They give me a chance to sample several authors at once, and provide a quick romance fix. However, I also realize that the severe page ... Read full review

Contents

BACKSEAT BRIDEGROOM
9
LOVE IS A BEACH
143
FAIR GAME?
261
Copyright

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Isabel Sharpe was not born pen in hand like so many of her fellow writers. After she quit work to stay home with her firstborn son and nearly went out of her mind, she started writing. After more than thirty novels for Harlequin--along with another son--Isabel is more than happy with her choice these days. She loves hearing from readers. Write to her at www.isabelsharpe.com.

Isabel Sharpe is the author of As Good As It Got and Women on the Edge of a Nervous Breakthrough. She lives in Wisconsin.

Isabel Sharpe was not born pen in hand like so many of her fellow writers. After she quit work to stay home with her firstborn son and nearly went out of her mind, she started writing. After more than thirty novels for Harlequin--along with another son--Isabel is more than happy with her choice these days. She loves hearing from readers. Write to her at www.isabelsharpe.com.

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