The Bridesmaid Series
May 7, 2018
Available in: e-Book
The Bridesmaid romantic comedy series are sweet, romantic comedies inspired by the black and white rom-coms of the Cary Grant era. Each novella focuses on a different bridesmaid in Bon-Bon Heiress Tiffany Bonanader’s wedding party.
The Wedding Promise
(originally published October 2014 in eBook by IndieWrites, Inc. and April 2017 in paperback by CreateSpace)
Tiff Bonander heads to Ecuador leaving a string of broken engagements behind her. Will military vet Jackson Hardaway win her heart or have his crushed?
Always a Bridesmaid
(originally published January 2015 in eBook by IndieWrites, Inc. and December 2017 in paperback by CreateSpace)
Nicole Edwards needs to do something drastic to change her romantic prospects. When Chef Sean O’Malley offers her a crash course on how to be noticed they’re both surprised with the results.
Rescued by a Bridesmaid December 16, 2017
(originally published June 2015 in eBook by IndieWrites, Inc. and December 2017 in paperback by CreateSpace)
Country-girl-turned-debutante Scarlet Kuhn Bonander heads to the wilds of Ecuador to find her cousin’s missing groom with the help of one very sexy best man.
You May Now Kiss the Bridesmaid
(originally published December 2017 in paperback by CreateSpace and eBook by Purple Papaya, LLC)
Bridesmaid Lorelei Spencer has one job—keep the bride’s brother Max busy. Waking up in a cheap motel with no memory of the past 24 hours she discovers that she married him. She doesn’t think this is what the bride meant!
The Bridesmaid Wore White
(originally published January 2017 in eBook by Purple Papaya, LLC and December 2017 in paperback by CreateSpace)
Celebrity photographer Bill Blakely is looking for a big payday. He jumps at Tara Bonander’s invitation to pretend to be her date at her cousin’s society wedding. Will he get the photos he’s looking for or will something else develop?
Prior to writing romance, award-winning, USA Today bestseller Melinda Curtis was a junior manager for a Fortune 500 company, which meant when she flew on the private jet she was relegated to the jump seat—otherwise known as the potty. After grabbing her pen (and a parachute) she made the jump to full-time writer. Between writing sweet romance for Harlequin and indie-pubbed sweet romantic comedy, Melinda finds time to relax with her husband over home remodeling projects. She recently came to grips with the fact that she’s an empty nester and a grandma, concepts easier to grasp than jet-setting on a potty.