Jessie Stone has spent thirty-five years fantasizing about marriage proposals, wedding dresses, and falling in love. She’s been a bridesmaid eleven times, waved dozens of couples off to sunny honeymoons, and shopped in more department stores for half-price fondue pots than she cares to remember. But shopping in the love-of-her-life department hasn’t been quite as productive. The man she thought she would marry cheated on her. The crush she has on her best friend Blake is at very best…well, crushing. And speed dating has only churned out memorable horror stories.
So when God shows up one day, in the flesh, and becomes a walking, talking part of her life, Jessie is skeptical. What will it take to convince her that God has a better love story than one of the thousands she’s cooked up in her journals? Will she trust Him with her pen when it appears her dreams of being the bride are forever lost?
A romantic comedy with a spiritual twist, Never the Bride is what it means to lose control—and getting more than any woman could ever imagine.
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Hope Landon has been rewriting other people’s greeting cards since she was six years old. There’s always a funnier caption in there somewhere. She’s ready to chase her creative dreams in New York City with her fiancé—until he leaves Hope at the altar.
That may give her something to write about . . .
Hope disappears for the time that would have been the couple’s month-long honeymoon, and upon returning learns of her own funeral. Everyone concluded Hope must have killed herself after being jilted. Needing a fresh start more than ever, she heads for the Big Apple only to discover it isn’t easy to rent a place when you’ve been declared dead.
Taking shelter at the YMCA, Hope lands a job at an inspirational greeting card company assisting Jake, the guy who shut down his organization’s humor department. She has lost her faith in love; he needs to find something or someone that will make him laugh again.
Fun and faithful, Greetings from the Flipside will keep turning over in your mind.
Playwright Leah Townsend doesn’t like conflict one bit, but these days she can’t seem to avoid it. Her career is quickly sliding downhill. Her agent has ordered a hit-or else-and her new play is going nowhere. Then her obsessively moderate boyfriend, after a minor argument, has the nerve to enroll her in a “conflict resolution”class. Turns out they’re learning to embrace conflict and settle it fairly, not just avoid it-a distinct challenge to a woman who has spent her life not making waves. Enter annoying radio host “Cinco” Dublin, ordered to join the group after punching out a reporter in front of his home. Sparks soon fly between Leah and Cinco, but can a people-pleasing playwright find happiness with a man who thrives on controversy?
Conflict resolution has never been so fun in this lively new romp from the author of Boo.