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The Bad Luck Wedding Dress (Bad Luck Brides Book 1) by [March, Emily, Geralyn Dawson]
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"Hilarious!"  ~All About Romance

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The feel-good book of the month.  This wonderfully funny, poignant romance has just the right balance of humor, sensuality, and engaging characters to make it a treasure."  ~Romantic Times

From the Author

The Bad Luck Wedding Dress is the first of my historical romance "love and laughter" Bad Luck Wedding series. I hope you enjoy it!

Happy reading,
Emily (aka Geralyn)

Product Details

  • File Size: 874 KB
  • Print Length: 384 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Emily March Books (December 20, 2013)
  • Publication Date: December 20, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B006G58438
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #126,105 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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By Barks Book Nonsense TOP 1000 REVIEWER on December 19, 2002
Format: Mass Market Paperback
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Jenny Fortune is struggling to keep her seamstress business afloat. It seems that all three of Big Jack Bailey's daughters have met up with a streak of bad luck after wearing her masterpiece wedding dress. Being a suspicious fool, Big Jack Bailey determines MissFortune (as he dubs her) has placed a curse on the dress and sets out to destroy Jenny and her business.
Trace McBride, local saloon owner, widower and father of three wild girls also known as the "McBride Menaces", rents out the space Jenny uses for her business. Because Trace is extremely busy trying to earn money so he can build his girls' a dream house and gain back his respectability as an Architect the girls begin to spend a lot of time with Jenny and decide she is going to be their new Momma. Continually placing their women weary Father and Jenny in constant contact by their antics the Menaces are determined to force this stubborn pair to fall in love.
Jenny figures the only way to turn her luck around is by getting married in her own "Bad Luck Wedding Dress" and proving to her clientele that the dress and her creations aren't cursed. Trace seems like the most likely candidate, unfortunately, he has been seriously burned by his former wife and is dead set against remarrying. But his daughters, who are even more stubborn than he is, have other plans . . .
This story is filled with endearing characters. There's a wounded hero crying out for love to heal his tortured heart, a charming, understanding and unpredictable heroine and three adorable little girls who add touches of humor and warmth to this terrific love story. If you're like me and like your books brimming over with emotion, sensuality, tenderness and laughter you will cherish this book
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Geralyn Dawson is quickly becoming one of my favorite romance authors. After reading THE BAD LUCK WEDDING CAKE and THE BAD LUCK WEDDING NIGHT, I was dying to read the first installment, THE BAD LUCK WEDDING DRESS. And to my pleasure, I was not disappointed.

THE BAD LUCK WEDDING DRESS tells the story of the seamstress Jenny Fortune who moves to Fort Worth to pursue her dream of dressmaking. Her shop does very well until the superstitious Big Jack Bailey accuses Jenny of making a "bad luck wedding dress," which he claims caused the accidents of two of his daughters when they wore the supposed cursed dress. Jenny's business falls on hard times, for the people of Ft. Worth have no desire to buy bad luck dresses.

Enter widower Trace McBride. The father of the three McBride Menaces, Trace is in need of a mother for his rambunctious daughters. He soon realizes that Jenny would be the best choice for the job. The two agree to marry - Trace gets a mother for his children and Jenny gets financial support after her business does not bring in enough money.

And, of course, the pair fall in love. Jenny helps to heal Trace's demons, and she, in turn, receives the family she's always longed for.

THE BAD LUCK WEDDING DRESS is an adorable story. Trace McBride is the kind of man any woman would dream of having: kind, tender, yet all too human. Jenny is fiesty yet bighearted. The chemistry between the couple leaps off the pages. The McBride Menaces, although naughty, are sweethearts who just need a mother's tender touch. By the end of the novel, you'll be sighing in contentment and brimming with the infamous "warm fuzzing feeling." This book is just that wonderful.

Elaina S.
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This book wasn't what I was expecting it to be. I'm not usually much of a fan of romance novels. I'm also usually not first in line for Victorian era books at all. This one was such a unique combination, done in such a charming fashion with creative twists and quirks that I found myself smiling as I read it, and smile now remembering. What a very nice surprise. Definitely a writer to watch for.
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It was my good luck to read Geralyn Dawson's first in a series of Bad Luck Brides. I have read the trilogy of the menaces when they were adults and thoroughly enjoyed their childhood antics in trying to get a new mama. All of the characters were well developed. I loved it.
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I got this book as a free download. What a wonderful read. I so enjoyed it and had trouble putting it down. It was certainly different and much more than I expected for free. Loved Jenny and Trace. Excellent and I will definitely look for more from this author.
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This little romance was charming and laugh out loud in some places. I loved the character of a heroine with some backbone who knew what she wanted and was strong enough to fight for it, whether it was her business, or later, her husband. The humor in the writing was what caught me by surprise and elevated this romance from merely another read into an absolute delight! I will definitely read more from the same author.
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This was a great read. The characters were strong and enjoyable to read about. I fell in love with the girls, and I loved everything they did to get Trace to ask Jenny to be their mom. This book also had good twists too it and very good humor. I would highly reccomend this book.....

Also on a side note I read a review that was based on the adult content of the book. In my opinion this book held no "trash" as the individual stated in their review. I found the author did a very tasteful job when it came to that particular department.
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