Going to the Chapel

by Francis Ray, Rochelle Staab

St. Martin's Paperbacks

Contemporary Romance: Anthology

May 12, 2015

Available in: e-Book (reprint)

Going to the Chapel
by Francis Ray, Rochelle Staab

Southern Comfort by Francis Ray
A bridesmaid for the eight time and not the bride, political fundraiser Adrienne Summers is fed up. Worse, she finds a major problem at this wedding—the Best Man. They’re fighting about her clothes (too sexy), her behavior (too flirty), and his macho views (wives shouldn’t work). it sounds like they just might be falling in love!

Also includes Stand-in Bride by Rochelle Alers, Learning to Love by Gwynne Forster, and Distant Lover by Donna Hill.

Originally published June 2001 in mass market paperback.



Francis Ray's Bio

New York Times and USA Today best selling author Francis Ray has written fifty-four titles.

As a literary fiction series writer within multiple genres, world wide readers enjoyed her consistent bestseller’s lists which included Historical, Romance, Diversity, Christian and Contemporary novels. As well as the recipient of numerous Awards throughout her literary career:
Romantic Times Career Achievement, EMMA, The Golden Pen, The Atlantic Choice,Written Magazine Book of the Year, Borders 2008 Bestselling Multicultural Romance Award, Romantic Times 2008 Reviewer’s Choice Award Winner, 2013 African American Literary Awards Show-Best in Romance, The Francis Ray Romance Slam Jam Lifetime Achievement Award was renamed in her honor from Romance Slam Jam, Building Relationships Around Books 2013 Woman Literature, the Francis Ray Lifetime Literary Award was named in her memory from BRAB, Romantic Times 2013 Reviewers’ Choice Best Book Award for Multicultural Romance and NPR Books named HEART OF THE FALCON, the number 2 book for Contemporary romance list of 100 Swoon-Worthy Romance 2015.

Mrs. Ray, also established The Turning Point Legal Fund to assist women and children of domestic violence to help restructure their lives. The fund is administered by The Family Place, a woman’s shelter in Dallas, Texas.