Blissful Thinking contemporary romance novella cover

Blissful Thinking: Bourbonland Short Stories and Novellas 7


Weddings are so not her thing.

Unless she expects to actually get married.

While Maisie’s mother wants her daughter to have the perfect wedding, Maisie is more concerned about just tying the knot and living happily ever after.

That turns out to be no simple thing, when dealing with her mother’s expectations and perfectionism. But even all her mother’s fussiness pales in comparison to the problems of her wedding day. On the plus side, unlike big sis, Maisie’s groom actually shows up.

On the negative side? A very unexpected guest shows up, one that no one invited and never hoped to see. In the ensuing commotion, Maisie was sure–no, it couldn’t be. But she saw it with her own eyes. Clay London hovered over Coraleigh Boyle, protecting her? Weren’t those two supposed to be bitter enemies?

Blissful Thinking, a 35,000-word contemporary romance novella, is the seventh story in the Bourbonland Short Stories and Novellas Series, and takes place during part of White Dog (Bourbonland Short Stories and Novellas #6) and after Executive Liaisons (Bourbonland Book 4).



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