Lynnette’s Tip for the Perfect Wedding
Maybe he carved the question in a jack-o-lantern or handed you a bowl of custom M&Ms with “Will you marry me?” printed on them. However your special someone pops the question, after you say yes, after you admire the bling he’s slid onto your ring finger, you’ll start thinking about the dress! Isn’t that why we sit in our living room, munching popcorn, and watching brides try on gown after gown until they finally Say Yes to the Dress? Decide on your venue and what type wedding you want (formal, informal, barn, beach, ballroom) before you go dress shopping. Also, keep in mind the season and time of day of your ceremony. When you walk into that bridal salon, it can be a bit overwhelming. Knowing the overall feeling of your wedding will help narrow down your choices, but do keep an open mind. That perfect dress might not look anything like the magazine picture you’ve had your heart set on.
Every Bride Has Her Day
(Magnolia Brides #2)
by Lynnette Austin
Mass Market Paperback, 384 pages
Expected publication: May 3rd 2016 by Sourcebooks Casablanca
AMAZON | GOODREADS
Second in the Magnolia Brides series of charming, heartfelt Southern contemporary romance
Can love revive a wilting heart?
Cricket O'Malley can't wait to plant roots back home in Georgia, where she's returned to restore an abandoned flower shop to its former glory. The only blemish? Her neighbor's house is even more neglected than her old flower shop, and its occupant seems as surly as he is darkly handsome.
Devastated body and soul after a tough case went south, New York City detective Sam DeLuca thought he'd have no trouble finding solitude in the quiet Georgia town of Misty Bottoms, but his bubbly neighbor seems determined to shine happiness into Sam's life. Sam is equally determined to close himself off, but his heart says otherwise...
About the Author
The luxury of staying home when the weather turns nasty, of working in PJs and bare feet, and the fact that daydreaming is not only permissible but encouraged, are a few of the reasons middle school teacher Lynnette Austin gave up the classroom to write full-time. Lynnette grew up in Pennsylvania’s Alleghany Mountains, moved to Upstate New York, then to the Rockies in Wyoming. Presently she and her husband divide their time between Southwest Florida’s beaches and Georgia’s Blue Ridge Mountains. A finalist in RWA's Golden Heart Contest, PASIC's Book of Your Heart Contest, and Georgia Romance Writers' Maggie Contest, she’s published five books as Lynnette Hallberg. She’s currently writing as Lynnette Austin. Having grown up in a small town, that’s where her heart takes her—to those quirky small towns where everybody knows everybody...and all their business, for better or worse. Visit Lynnette at www.authorlynnetteaustin.com.