Saturday, January 18, 2014

Five Reasons A New Bride May Need to Avoid the In-Laws


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Karen of Single by Saturday has been married for over a year, and has yet to meet her in-laws. Here is a list of five reasons a new bride may want to avoid her in-laws…

5. Your in-laws are at the ‘Big House’ doin’ time for offing your husband’s first wife.

4. Your in-laws are Amish, and the bride’s day job is a pole dancer at a strip club.

3. Your in-laws are part of a huge mob family, and once you meet them the only way out of the family is six feet under.

2. The husband’s family is all crazy, and meeting them might blow the marriage before it begins.

1. The bride married for money and her brother-in-law is HOT.

BIO:
New York Times & USA Today bestselling author Catherine Bybee was raised in Washington State, but after graduating high school, she moved to Southern California in hopes of becoming a movie star. After growing bored with waiting tables, she returned to school and became a registered nurse, spending most of her career in urban emergency rooms. She now writes full-time and has penned novels Wife by Wednesday, Married by Monday, and Not Quite Dating. Bybee lives with her husband and two teenage sons in Southern California. 

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SINGLE BY SATURDAY
The Weekday Bride Series, Book Four
Montlake Romance, Contemporary
January 07, 2014, First Edition
Paperback & Kindle

KAREN JONES:
The petite blonde married a Hollywood star, yet she’s the one who spends every day playing a part: The part of a happy wife. A year ago, she agreed to wed a famous actor to diffuse rumors about his personal life. Now, her divorce sits just around the corner, along with a five million dollar payout. However, as she prepares to exit her fake marriage gracefully, her drop-dead-gorgeous brother-in-law walks through the door… and into her heart.

ZACH GARDNER:
Dark-haired, blue-eyed hunk, Zach, crashes Michael and Karen’s fancy one-year anniversary party, determined to meet the wife his brother hid from their family. But sparks fly the moment he and Karen see each other. When the famous couple decides to visit the whole Gardner clan, Karen must keep Michael’s secret under wraps in front of his questioning relative… including Zach, the man who could be the real love of her life.


PRAISE FOR SINGLE BY SATURDAY
“The fourth outing in the Weekday Brides series captures readers’ hearts and keeps them glued to the pages until the fascinating finish. Romance lovers will feel the spark fly … almost instantaneously.”
 –RT BOOK REVIEWS, TOP PICK!, 4 ½ STARS

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EXCERPT

This man was gorgeous, and if she were one to believe in instant attraction, her body responded to him with a fierceness she didn’t think possible. Maybe this was what the women gazing at Michael experienced that she did not. This wild thrill of discovery that led to possibilities only the big screen could fulfill.

Instead of letting her imagination get the best of her, Karen flattened a hand over her stomach and attempted to act unaffected. “Do I know you?”

The sex personified blue-eyed man stepped toward her. It took effort for her to hold her ground.

Sensing her unease, he held still, looked around the both of them as if noticing the caterers running about and guests arriving behind him, and said simply, “Zach Gardner.”

The smile on her face stayed. The name tickled at the edges of her consciousness. Memories flashed behind the veil of her mind until she narrowed her focus. “Michael’s brother?” she whispered.

Zach gave a small nod and swept his eyes down her frame. When his eyes met hers again, he masked whatever he’d been thinking, then he smiled and said, “And you’re the wife none of us have met.”

Not a lot shook Karen. She’d managed the role of Michael’s wife under the ever-present scrutiny of paparazzi, producers, actors, and fans . . . but the man standing in front of her did what no one else could. He made her question her decision to marry. 

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10 comments:

  1. What's not to love? lol I love going on the journeys the characters have finding each other and getting their HEA.

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  2. It having a HEA ending. I love it when the characters have a difference of opinions and they challenged each other to learn the kind of person that they are in order to find love and be a better person to each other.

    kmccandle(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  3. Love HEA's and this book definitely has one!!! Congrats on the release!

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  4. Love a HEA and I want to read this series.

    yenastone at aol dot com

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  5. Its the HEA for me too. There are just so many problems in the world today, I like that Im guaranteed a happy ending!
    kdjohnston73@yahoo.com

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  7. Sounds like a great read. Romance stories have HEA's which I love. I also like the whole relationship aspect. It would be nice if life was always that way

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  8. It sounds like a great read! I just love a great love story with a great ending.

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  9. Happy endings :)
    Thanks for this amazing opportunity! :)

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