Women are strange. We all know this, especially if you happen to be a man. Take yesterday, for instance. It’s a gorgeous afternoon, perfect bike weather, and what is my woman doing? Sitting all curled up on the sofa crying over some book cover reveal thing for our story. Yes, it’s a beautiful photo and I look, well, in a word, HOT. My bike looks great, too, and Anna got her favorite Tardis blue color like she wanted, even if her hair is all put up and I prefer it free and loose. We look amazing. So why the hell is she crying???
I mean, God, I can take anything but her tears and she knows it reduces me to mush every time her brown eyes get even a little damp. And she cries when she’s mad, when she’s happy, when she’s sad, when something touches her, when something pisses her off. How the heck is a man supposed to keep it all straight? Do I try to hold her or back off and pray? Women are strange. My brother in law Adam sent me this post on Face Book that says it all:
If a woman is upset, try to hold her. If she growls at you, back off and throw chocolate until she calms down.
I’m going for a ride. At least I understand my bike.
Anna is planning the perfect wedding, but she doesn’t anticipate her future mother-in-law’s offer of help which translates into take over. Her groom-to-be avoids her and insists their growing problems are just ‘bridal nerves’. Worst of all, her best friend, Robin, begins to act strange. Everyone around her has his or her own agenda. What’s a girl to do when she begins to realize the perfect life she envisioned is all a lie?
Robin has two great loves in his life: his best friend Anna and his motorcycle. Not one to make a scene, he supports Anna in her plan to marry the wrong man and regrets she can’t accept his ‘dare devil’ lifestyle. But when push comes to shove, he’s more than willing to make the necessary sacrifice and prove he is the man she needs.
As the wedding date nears and plans shift into high gear, Robin and Anna grow closer and not just as friends. Each must decide what the perfect life truly means while trying to negotiate the maze of wedding plans, secrets, and hidden motives. Will someone be left singing the blues?
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Mia Epsilon lives with her hubby in the NC Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina. She’s an avid reader of almost anything but particularly romance, never misses an-episode of Doctor Who, and happily suffers a coffee and chocolate addiction. She can most often be found at her computer, spinning new stories, or in a quiet padded nook with her e reader.
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