Prepare to laugh with delight when you curl up with this triple-header! Matchmakers work secretly on behalf of a businessman and his speech coach. Two little old ladies drag their adult grandchildren along on a cross-country motor home jaunt. And an heiress climbs out the window and down the rose trellis---on her wedding day. 350 pages, softcover from Multnomah.
Warning: Laughter ahead! Liz Curtis Higgs delivers again with "Fine Print," where a businessman and the speech coach he's hired have no idea there are matchmakers at work on their behalf! Her novella is part of a delightful triple-header in Three Weddings and a Giggle. The "giggle" comes from Carolyn Zane, whose "Sweet Chariot" drops readers in on two little old ladies who purchase a motor home sight-unseen, then drag their adult grandchildren along for cross-country antics. In Karen Ball's "Bride on the Run," an heiress defies her father's demand that she marry a man she doesn't love. If only she hadn't waited until her wedding day to do so! So it's out the window, down the rose trellis ... and headlong into one escapade after another. Thoroughly fun!