How much drama can one wedding have? If it’s not bride Krista’s parents, it’s her four aunts. What they each need is a male distraction and guess what? They need only look under the engagement party tent.
Mary Willa is shocked to see her long ago ex taking the stage at the engagement party and even more traumatized to realize she’ll have to introduce him to their two daughters.
Felicia finds her husband’s infidelity the last straw in their shaky marriage and decides the photographer the perfect foil for her frustration.
Widow Penelope determines to break out of her good daughter image by taking the bridal party to Las Vegas. But why is the groom’s uncle following them?
Maureen is the in-your-face sister who’s earned her hard-nosed reputation. When guilt unexpectedly rears its ugly head, can the family priest heal her struggles?
What will it take to guarantee there are no Wedding Belle Blues?
A disgraced man
A determined woman
A love song lost
A new love found
Eddie T Samuels’ addiction to music has taken him to the top of the rock world, but his addiction to drugs threatens his life when an onstage incident brings the law to bear. He may have sobered up in rehab, but band manager Levi Fletcher gives him an alias and hides him in a rural lake cabin for another three weeks.
Widow Lyla Lee has never rented her house to anyone like her new tenants. Something is not quite right, from Sam’s obsession with the grand piano to Fletch’s control of every situation. But hearing Sam play challenges her own long- buried artiste and when he wants a duet, she can’t resist, either the music or the man.
Welcome to Jinks, Texas, where no one’s business is quite as private as they want it to be and T is about to face the trial of his life.