The Bride's Bouquet —
One Wedding — One Bouquet — Leads to Three New Trips to the Altar
Book 1 - Woman to Wed?
Reissue - original release in the North American market - May 1997 — ISBN: 037311883X
Marriage is out of the question! Claire Marshall: Stepmother to the bride. Wary of love, she has no intention of marrying again. Brad Stevenson: Finally free of family responsibility, has no desire for further ties and emotional commitment. Persuaded to take on one last family task, Brad is brought into Claire's well-ordered life. She provokes him, intrigues him, angers and excites him because he is sure that passion hides just below her calm surface. But what would happen to them both if that passion were revealed?
Book 2 - Best Man to Wed?
Reissue - original release in the North American market - June 1997 — ISBN: 0373118899
Substitute lover? Poppy Carlton: Cousin to the groom. She is devastated when Chris falls in love and marries someone else. She will never love again. James Carlton: The groom's older brother — and best man. Mocking and cynical, he is the exact opposite of fun-loving Chris. James taunts Poppy that she should find herself a real man and leave her adolescent fantasies behind. He is not averse to showing her just what real passion is about. But how can he be sure that her response is for him? Perhaps she's just using him as a substitute for his brother!
Book 3 - Too Wise to Wed?
Reissue - original release in the North American market - July 1997 — ISBN: 0373118953
The seductress! Star Flower: She's cynical about marriage. No man really wants to be tied down. What he wants is fun without responsibility. Kyle Henson: He's opposed to sex without emotional commitment. So just why is he accepting dinner with Star? It's obvious she sees him as a challenge, but he mustn't let himself be seduced. Star's frustrated that Kyle won't let her get too close. Is it because he's her temporary boss, or is he holding out for the one thing she's not prepared to offer — love?