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Lessons Learned As A Bridesmaid
Are you tired of being always the bridesmaid, but never the bride? Is the wait for a mate almost too much to bear? Ready to stop settling for a Bozo and hold out for your Boaz? Fear not! Get ready for God to bless your socks off! In Lessons Learned as a Bridesmaid, Larissa D. Jean shares her story of what she has learned in her wait for a godly husband. With transparency, sincerity, and lighthearted humor, Larissa shares her experiences of being a bridesmaid multiple times. She offers single women practical advice on true contentment, waiting on God's timing, purpose, dating, and purity. A great tool for singles ministries, young adult ministries, and campus ministries, this is a great book for single women, bridesmaids, and future brides everywhere!
Confessions Of A Bad Bridesmaid
She should never have agreed to be a bridesmaid! Bridesmaid Olivia Matthews has arrived at her best friend's glamorous society wedding-and stepped into her worst nightmare! From her cleavage to her attitude, nothing about Livvie is welcome-and before she knows it she's won the disapproval of everyone there. The only silver lining is best man Edward Winchester. He might be a bit uptight, but he's also gorgeous and kisses like an X-rated dream...So Livvie decides there's only one way to redeem this wedding from hell: persuade control freak Edward to cut loose and have his wicked way with her. If only he'd stop being so chivalrous...!
Bridesmaid in Training is the second in the Notebooks of a Middle-School Princess, a funny, heart-warming illustrated Princess Diaries series by Meg Cabot.
Olivia Grace Clarisse Mignonette Harrison still finds it hard to believe that she's a princess! Not only does she get to live in an actual palace with her newly discovered family and two fabulous poodles, but she also gets her very own pony!
Of course, not everything is going exactly as she imagined . . . her half-sister, Mia, is very busy learning how to run the country while trying to plan a wedding, and her father is getting remarried himself - to Mia's mother! - and spends most of his time 'renovating' the summer palace, although Grandmere says he is just hiding from the wedding madness. Olivia hardly gets to see either of them.
Fortunately Grandmere has her own plans for Mia's wedding, and needs Olivia's help to pull them off. Just when Olivia starts to think that things are going to work out after all, the palace is invaded by a host of new cousins and other royals who all seem to be angry at Olivia (although Grandmère says they are just jealous).
As the day of the wedding gets closer and closer, Olivia becomes more and more worried. For such a carefully planned event, it seems as if a LOT of things are going wrong . . . Can Olivia keep this royal wedding from becoming a royal disaster?
Olivia chronicles her transformation from ordinary girl to princess in her notebook, with illustrations from author Meg Cabot, who studied Fine Arts as an undergraduate.
About the Author
Meg Cabot is the author of The Princess Diaries series and Notebooks of a Middle-School Princess, as well as several other series and bestselling novels for teenagers. Her books have sold millions of copies round the world. She has lived in various parts of the US and France, but now lives in Key West, Florida, with her husband and various cats.
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