London meets Texas!
Chloe Flynt has a niche relationship business. Instead of being a matchmaker, she’s a matchbreaker, helping people get out of relationships that aren’t working. A spoiled Londoner who moves to Texas for a fresh start, she’s got a very interesting landlord and neighbor, Matthew Tanner, ex-cop, all round gorgeous tough guy. Chloe’s in for some surprises in this romantic comedy —
and so is Texas.
London meets Texas!
Evangeline is a former supermodel more famous for the men she’s dated and the scandals she’s been involved in than for her acting talent. Now, the famous Brit has turned her hand to designing wedding gowns and lingerie for the rich and famous. It’s an open secret that she only designs her outrageously priced gowns for attractive women. The Diva Designer also has a famous temper.
Got the Gown, Need a Groom
She’s passing a vintage store on Melrose Avenue when Meg O’Reilly catches sight of the prettiest wedding dress she’s ever seen.
On impulse she tries it on and the guy who runs the vintage store tells her she looks beautiful. The gown fits like it was made for her and when she twirls in front of the mirror, she feels like a fairy princess. Not even her Doc Martens ruin the effect.
Dylan West helps his mother and his aunt run their vintage store.
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 wants to marry. But Eric Van Hoffendam wants to cry on her shoulder not ask for her hand in marriage.
Five brides and one (possibly cursed) wedding gown. Will any of them get to wear the designer wedding dress down the aisle?
As the poor relation in the rich and powerful Carnarvon family, Ashley Carnarvon is used to hand-me-downs. But getting handed down a wedding dress that’s cursed? Okay, the curse is bad enough, but even worse, the dress doesn’t suit her.
Every Rose has its thorns…
Rose Chance is a dedicated Portland physician who loves shoes, clothes and the finer things in life. Her colleagues call her Dr Vogue, and she won’t even look at a man unless he’s rich. And preferably titled.
Her colleague Matt Vasilopolous is a Greek immigrant made good. He dresses like a schlep, always needs a shave and doesn’t seem to own a comb.
Rose can’t stand a man who looks like a tramp. Matt loathes a woman who looks down at him.
Five Brides—One Dress
Kate Winton-Jones is marrying one of America’s most eligible bachelors. Edward Carnarvon III is rich, handsome, and hers. But at the final fitting of her wedding gown, one of the seamstresses jabs her with a pin, and a tiny blood spot appears on the outrageously expensive gown. Furious, the dress’s famous designer fires the clumsy seamstress on the spot, whereupon the girl declares the dress cursed and storms out. Kate doesn’t believe in curses.
Toni Diamond wins a cruise. Will the real prize be murder?
Toni Diamond, makeup artist to middle America, boards a cruise ship planning to enjoy seven days of sun, sea and relaxation. She’s taking her rebellious almost-seventeen year old daughter Tiffany and her Dolly Parton-crazed mother, Linda, along for the treat. Unfortunately, the cruise isn’t all bliss.
Will his illustrious past destroy his future?
What’s an earl to do?
George is one of the most eligible bachelors in England. He’s young, gorgeous and a trained architect. He is also the 19th Earl of Ponsford, and that means he’s stuck with a crumbling five hundred year old estate, a village that depends on the estate for its livelihood and a staff who disapprove of his efforts to modernize the place and bring in the cash they so desperately need.