Thank you to my dear friend  Crystal McLellan  for the custom photography for this cover, as well as the cover design. The wedding rings are Crystal's. The dice, I'm proud to say, are mine. 

Thank you to my dear friend Crystal McLellan for the custom photography for this cover, as well as the cover design. The wedding rings are Crystal's. The dice, I'm proud to say, are mine. 

EXCLUSIVE TO AMAZON!

A romantic comedy that puts the “ding” in wedding.

Jillian and Evan are getting married. At least, that’s the plan. But with the showers, stag parties, and shenanigans of meddling mothers (oh, let’s not forget the sword fight!), will her walk down the aisle turn into a mad dash for the nearest exit? It’s up to Evan to keep his bride calm, and remind her that falling in love is just the beginning of the romance.

 

Quotes:

“When I was a little girl there were a lot of things I imagined I’d be doing in the months leading up to my wedding. Going for a mani-pedi. Check. Trying on a million gowns. Check. Choosing a china pattern. Check. Groping the hairy legs of what I hope are men while trying to determine which one is my clearly up-for-anything groom. Nope. That was most certainly not on the list. ”

— Jillian Carew, Geek Groom

“My love, your family would have to be pretty bad to stop me from wanting to spend the rest of my life with you. Like, lich-king bad. Demon-spawn bad. And even then, I could be swayed to the dark side because you’re a pretty fine temptress.”

— Evan Sharp, Geek Groom

“I know, girls. I know all too well that feeling that hits you in the stomach the first time you lay eyes on him. It doesn’t go away. Sometimes he’ll be putting milk in the fridge and I’ll look at the way his shirt pulls taut across his back. It’s swoon-worthy. But nothing, not his arms, his face, his hair—not even his ass—is as remarkable as the man he is inside. And he’s all mine.”

— Jillian, Geek Groom