Matrimonial March Snippets

Let’s wrap up Matrimonial March with a rundown of the books I’ve published that are connected somehow with weddings. I’m sure it will come as no surprise that there are a few of them. Let’s get started…


The Bartender Nook 150The Bartender is my very first self-published book. It follows Julia Lee’s life, from her freshman year in college until the year she turns twenty-five, and includes the ups and downs of finding and losing love – and then finding it again. Several wedding scenes are featured in this book – Julia’s best friend’s wedding, a proposal gone wrong, and ultimately, Julie’s own happily ever after, which ends with her own wedding. It’s a sweet yet angsty read, with a surprising twist toward the end, and it’s only 99 cents. Click on the book cover if you want more!



The Resort IV - Valentine's Day at the Resort

Valentine’s Day at The Resort is the fourth in The Resort series, and is all about weddings. Allison’s on again, off again boyfriend, Carter James, has been spending far too much time with the wedding planner who has taken over The Resort in preparation for the upcoming Valentine’s Day wedding, and Allison is determined to figure out why. As usual in this series, she gets caught up in something much bigger than she can handle alone, so she drags the usual players – Carter, the sexy police detective, Dan, her best friend, Bree – into her problems. And this time, the spunky, determined bride helps her solve this mystery as well. This is one bride who isn’t going to let anyone ruin her big day. The Resort series is full of wacky hi-jinxes and hot ‘n’ spicy scenes. While Valentine’s Day at The Resort is a perfect Matrimonial March read, the entire series is worth a few Saturday afternoons curled up on the couch with your e-reader!


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Naked Truth opens at a wedding. Kennedy is a bridesmaid in her cousin Sabrina’s wedding. Sabrina is marrying Cullen, an FBI agent whose partner happens to be super hot playboy, Jack Boudreaux. During the reception, Jack and Kennedy make use of the limo that’s waiting to take the wedding party back to the hotel at the end of the evening. Once Kennedy gets a taste of what Jack offers, she can’t say no to him, even when their affair puts her life in danger. Besides a spicy wedding scene, this book contains a crazed killer and exotic dancers. Male exotic dancers. Yep, you read that right! Click the cover to start reading today.




The Perfect Christmas is part of a Christmas anthology called Unwrapping Love. While the story itself doesn’t include a wedding, a few months ago, I offered the epilogue here on my blog – which happens to be a scene from a wedding! If you haven’t read it, you can do so here. If you haven’t read the anthology, click the cover for more details. It’s over 700 pages of holiday love!





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Separation Anxiety is a free read available only on my website (click the cover to download). It’s not about weddings, exactly, but it is about divorce – specifically one couple’s attempt to avoid it. It’s a sweet and spicy short story that won’t take long to read, but will leave you with a smile on your face!





As you can see, weddings often come into play in my books. Partially, of course, that’s because I write happily ever afters, and, well, weddings are a natural part of that concept. It’s also because I worked in the wedding industry in my past life, and it’s easy to write what you know. And finally, I write about weddings because, well, there’s usually plenty of fodder to work with! Weddings are such a large production, the planning usually spans several months, so there’s bound to be something that happens that makes it worth opening the laptop and putting fingers to keys. Hey, I figure we’re all winners when that happens!

Well, this is the end of Matrimonial March on my blog. I hope you’ve enjoyed the various wedding-themed posts. Maybe you’ve even found a new book or a new author to love? Next up is Appetizing April. A whole slew of new blog posts, and they’re all about food. Because who doesn’t love food???




Yep, it’s Matrimonial March, and here I am, deviating from my own theme, so I can reveal the cover of my latest book. But I’m not really deviating (work with me here!). Light Beyond the Darkness is about a woman who was mated to the wrong man. So wrong, in fact, that he tried to kill her. When he didn’t succeed, she ran away to avoid, you know, the chance he might try again – and manage to get it right the next time. When she meets a new man and thinks she might have finally found her happily ever after, she runs into a snag.

Lightbearers mate for life. Even if one’s mate is an attempted murderer.
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Book Title: Light Beyond the Darkness
Author: Tami Lund
Genre: Paranormal
Release Date: April 27, 2015
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In the third installment of the Lightbearer series, lightbearer Carley Santiago and shifter Reid Hennigan are running from their pasts. Hiding in the human world, they meet and sparks fly. But what happens when Carley’s past threatens to ruin her relationship with Reid?

Carley was once the premier chef for kings – the King of the Lightbearers, that is. But when her mate pushes her over a cliff and she miraculously survives, she flees her home, the coterie, knowing he will want to finish the job. She figures hiding in the human world is the best way to ensure her own safety.

While working as a chef at one of Chicago’s top restaurants, she meets Reid Hennigan, a lone shifter running from his own past. Carley tries to push him away – she wants nothing to do with anyone from the magical community – even a persistent shifter who insists he only wants to show her pleasure.

Reid Hennigan is another reject from Quentin Lyons’ defunct pack. When he received word his pack master was dead, Reid ran away from his pack, from pack life, having no interest in being forced to be subservient to another abusive pack master. Unfortunately for Reid, shifters are hardwired to desire to be part of a pack, and he finds himself wandering aimlessly through life, with no clear idea of what to do next. When he stumbles upon the shy lightbearer while eating the best steak of his life, he discovers a new lease on life.

Reid sets out to woo the beautiful, broken lightbearer. Passion turns to love, and Reid figures his life is pretty damn perfect, despite no longer having a pack. But Carley has secrets of her own, and her secrets could be fatal – to both of them!


“He sent it back?” Carley asked in disbelief.

Sara nodded. “He said he can tell you didn’t make it, and he refuses to eat anything from this kitchen that does not come specifically from you. He suggested you could come out and talk to him about it.”

Carley shook her head and rolled her eyes. She would just bet he was open to her going out into the dining room to talk to him.

“Tell him I’m not making steaks tonight. Tell him I’m focusing on the vegetarian dishes,” she said suddenly. She grinned when Sara walked away. That ought to teach him.

The waitress returned a moment later. “He wants the vegetarian special,” she said. “And the key lime pie.” She tilted her head and gave Carley a quizzical look. “What’s going on with you and that guy? I thought you said you didn’t know him?”

“I don’t,” Carley insisted. “I know…someone close to him,” she said. She knew Tanner and his mother, Ariana, Finn, and Lisa, the shifters who were currently living in what had once been Carley’s home, the lightbearers’ coterie. Whether this shifter knew them or not, she had no idea. But they were the same species. That meant he was closer to them than any other species, right?

She washed her hands and nudged Eric away from the vegetable station. “He wants our vegetarian special? I’ll make him a vegetarian special,” she announced, and she set to work chopping every damn type of vegetable she could find.

When Sara returned with the empty plate from the shifter’s table, she held it up for Carley’s inspection and said, “He wants to speak to you. He said he’ll summon the manager if you don’t go out there.”

Carley’s heart sank. The manager would undoubtedly force the issue, if it was brought to his attention. He saw no reason why his chef wouldn’t want to go out into the dining room and schmooze customers.

“Fine,” she grumbled as she sliced a wedge from one of the key lime pies she had made earlier in the day. She deliberately dropped it onto its side on the plate and didn’t add garnish before shoving a few strands of hair behind her ear and stomping out of the kitchen.

“Here,” she said as she unceremoniously dropped the plate onto the table.

The shifter gave the sloppy slice of pie a cursory glance before lifting his pale blue eyes and focusing so wholly onto Carley that she was certain he saw absolutely nothing else in the room at the moment. How could someone be that focused? She didn’t think she’d ever had anyone pay her such full attention in her life.

She fidgeted, nervously twisting her hands together before she realized what she was doing and clasped them behind her back. The shifter continued to stare at her.

“You owe me for that one, Carley.”

She visibly jerked at the sound of his voice, low and deep and smooth as whiskey.

“For what?” she asked, wondering how in the world he knew her name and for what she could possibly owe him. As far as she knew, she’d never met the man before yesterday.

“That dinner. As enticing as it was eating something with your magical stamp on it, forcing me to eat vegetables does not put me in a particularly good mood.”

She blinked owlishly. “I didn’t force you to eat vegetables.”

“You refused to make me a steak.”

“Sean’s steaks are practically as good as mine,” she protested.

“‘Practically’ isn’t yours.”

With a great deal of effort, she pulled her gaze away from his and made a swift perusal around the restaurant. All human, and none were paying them any particular attention, other than the ones she knew were listening at the door behind her.

“Do I know you?” she asked.

“Not yet,” he replied.

She frowned. “What is that supposed to mean?”

His voice pitched low. “It means I intend to get to know you, every inch of you, from the inside out. I intend to possess you. I intend to do things—” He reached for her, and she pulled away as if he was about to hit her. He froze, mid-reach and mid-sentence. And then he slowly lowered his hand.

“You’ve been abused,” he stated, matter-of-factly.

She shook her head, trying to deny it. Don’t go there. Don’t go there.

“Past lover?”

She shook her head again. How had the conversation turned to this?

“Family member then.”

“No,” she finally managed to get out.


“Stop,” she said as she lifted her hand, palm facing out. “Just stop. This is none of your business. I don’t know you. I don’t even know your name, and I have no idea how you know mine. I—” He cut her off.

“My name is Reid. And one of your employees referred to you by name yesterday, when I went into the kitchen to meet you.”

“Fine. Fine. Reid. Look, Reid, obviously you know what I am, and I know what you are. So can we just be honest with each other? What do you want from me?”

“I was in the middle of telling you when you flinched away as if you expected I would hit you.”

Carley blew out a breath. Damned instincts. But it was hard to change the only way she knew how to interact with men.

“I don’t know how you found me, but—”

“It was purely by accident.”

She drew in a ragged breath. “Fine. By accident. Whatever. Look, I’m trying to establish a nice, normal life here. One that doesn’t involve shifters or lightbearers or anyone else from the magical community for that matter. That means there isn’t any room in that nice, normal life for you. So the best thing for you to do is just finish up that key lime pie and go back to whatever pack you came from, okay?”

“I can’t go back,” he replied. “And it isn’t acceptable that you have no room in your life for me.”

Was he serious? She stared at him. He certainly looked serious. If he was joking, he was doing a damn fine job of acting deadpan. Too fine a job.

“I don’t understand,” she finally said.

“Which part?”

She flapped her hand. “All of it. What do you mean, it isn’t acceptable? Since when do you have any say in my life?”

“Since I entered it and decided I want you.”

She stared again, her jaw falling open. “You want—”



“Clearly it isn’t for your quick wit.”

She snapped her mouth shut and stabbed her finger at the restaurant entrance. “Get out of my restaurant. You can’t have me. Get out. Now.” She didn’t wait to see if he complied. She turned and stalked back into the kitchen with her head held stiffly, refusing to turn around and look at him again. She didn’t need to, to know he was watching her. Lights above, she could feel the intensity of his stare without having to look.

Just as soon as the kitchen door swung shut behind her, she leaned against the wall and took great, gasping breaths. Her entire body shook as if she was in shock. Hell, she probably was.

Someone thrust a glass into her hand. The stench of bourbon assaulted her nose.

“Drink,” Vivian commanded. Carley obediently drank, and then sputtered and gasped when the amber liquid slid down her throat.

“What did he do to you?” Vivian demanded, clearly having decided she was coherent enough to speak of the incident.

“Nothing,” Carley said.

“Well, what happened, then? You’re shaking like a leaf. Something scared the crap out of you. What was it?”

Carley shook her head, but Vivian was a tenacious human being. Finally, Carley admitted, “I’ve never stood up to a man like that before.”

Vivian looked at her as if she’d just sprouted an alien head. Carley shook her head again.

“My father—he wasn’t exactly the most loving parent. And I ended up in a really bad relationship,” she said, conscious of the fact that she’d never spoken of this to anyone, not since the day she left the coterie, five months ago. “I never had the option to say no.” She smiled, just a little. “It sort of felt good.”

“Hell yeah, it did,” Vivian said fiercely. But then she frowned. “Problem with those types, though, is that they generally see someone like you as a challenge.”

“What does that mean?” Carley asked in alarm.

“It means that I doubt this is the last we’ve seen of Mr. Rare Steak.”

Meet the Author

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Tami Lund likes to live, love, and laugh, and does her best to ensure the characters in her books do the same. After they’ve overcome a few seemingly insurmountable obstacles first, of course.

When she’s not doing that, she’s a mom to two (growing far too fast) kids and a furbaby who conveniently forces her to exercise at least once a day. She’s also a wife to her own knight in shining armor who proposed in a way worthy of a romance novel.

Most of all, she loves to write. She figures it keeps her from going insane. Or at the very least, it keeps strangers from believing she is insane, because if she goes too long without writing the characters down on the computer, she tends to start talking to them. Out loud. Often, in public places.

Tami is multi-published, both self and with a few publishers, including Crimson Romance, Liquid Silver Books, and, (as of June 2015) Soul Mates Publishing.

Chances are, there is a new book coming out soon. Be sure to stalk her on social media, so you know when. And most important, if you enjoyed one of Tami’s books, please let other readers know by leaving a review on the site from which you bought it, or on Goodreads. Otherwise, how will they know which book to read next?

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Who Said 13 Is Unlucky?

I know, I know, it’s Matrimonial March, right? I get it. But I couldn’t resist joining the blog hop to celebrate the pre-order blitz for this shifter box set. I mean, come on – shifters fall in love too, right? Heck, when they fall, it’s ten times harder than most mere humans. And trust me, when they find their mates, well, I can almost guarantee there’ll be a wedding – of some sort – in the near future. Don’t believe me? read on!


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Haunted by a tormented past that has come to reclaim him, a former assassin
must choose between saving the world, or protecting the one woman who can touch
his heart and redeem his soul. 


Robyn Peterman – Fashionably Hotter Than Hell Book 5 of the Hot Damned Series 
Victoria Danann – Konochur: Wolf Lover 

 In the middle of a war with dragon shifters, a human widow of a werewolf
may get another chance at love, but feelings of guilt threaten a blossoming
attraction to the one wolf everyone thought was untamable. 


Kym Grosso – Lost Embrace 


 Dominant vampire leader, Kade Issacson, is devastated when his fiancée,
Sydney Willows, is nearly killed by a demon and her transition into the
supernatural tests the limits of their bond. Deep in the heart of New Orleans,
they struggle to keep her alive while searching for an escaped killer who
promises to end Sydney’s life once and for all. 
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Claudy Conn – Harley-Awakening 

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Teresa Gabelman – Forbidden Hunger

A shifter without a pack, Janna Lawson goes in search of the man who her mother
died trying to protect. What she finds is Garrett Foster, a man who has the
power to decide her fate and causes a hunger inside her that is forbidden to
them both. 
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 When you run a shelter for paranormal creatures, you can’t afford to let
your guard down. When carefree—and quite naïve—witch Gertie O’Leary welcomes an
enchanting new guest to the plantation, she finds herself caught up in an
ancient struggle. Marie Laveau and the gang will have to pull together once
again to save Gertie’s love life. Love, lust and laughs await on the Paranormal
Gena D. Lutz – Sonnet Vale: Paranormal Hunter 
 Paranormal hunter, Sonnet Vale, has the unique ability to hunt and kill
vampires. But a chance encounter with a handsome stranger is about to change
everything, teaching Sonnet what it’s like to be hunted and possessed. 
D’Elen McClain – Fang Chronicles: Tyboll 
 A grumpy bear shifter, a stubborn she-bear shifter, and more growls than
a bear clan can possibly handle. Will the two kill each other or discover they
make the perfect mated pair? 

Julia Mills – Her Dragon’s Heart 


 Jace MacQuaid, the youngest Dragon Guardsman since the original knights
has just found his mate, Melanie Whelan…the one the Universe made for him…the
light of his soul. Of course, to claim her he will have to fight a force so
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 When Toryn’s trusted friend begins failing, he’ll search for a way to
free him of the destructive bond. Isa might have a solution for Scotty’s
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Not Your Average Bride

Today, I’m featuring an author who is knee-deep in her own wedding planning. That’s right (write?), Kay Blake is getting married! And she’s here to tell us about average brides… And how she isn’t one of them. Welcome, Kay!


 Thank you, Tami. My name is Kay Blake, and I am getting married in a few months. Most people think brides-to-be are women who turn into gigantic bitches, or the term “Bridezilla.” I am certainly not one of those. Of course, I am quite happy with starting a new chapter in my life. The thing is, getting married means planning a wedding. Planning a wedding means stress. And let’s face it, who has time for added stress?

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As much as I would like to think that weddings are pretty fabrics, flowers and bows, I am not that kind of girl. Don’t get me wrong because I do love things like flowers and pretty dresses. Hell, my favorite color is pink. It’s just that I’ve never been the kind of girl who wanted extravagant things. I am very simple. Simple in clothes. Simple in the things that make me content, and yes, you guessed it, even with weddings I prefer things to be simple.

My fiancé came into my life riding on his white horse. Okay, so I am exaggerating a little. However, he was sweet, charming, and romantic. He knocked this gal right off her feet. I wasn’t one of those women who had been planning her own wedding since childhood. Hell, being a mom and going to school, I hardly have time to eat a decent meal, let alone plan a wedding.

My fiancé wants this big wedding. Not so much in the ceremony, but he wants the really big reception. All the trimmings to celebrate our love. I mean, sure when he said that I got butterflies in my stomach like I did the day we first kissed, but then came the process of visiting venues and looking at the budget. I had to find a dress for myself and dresses for my girl cubs. Then deciding on the perfect shoes, the menu, and hoping the food doesn’t taste like cardboard. Then there was the color scheme and what could I do with my hair and hoping my youngest cub, who is extremely attached to her parents, will for once give us a spare moment to say our “I Dos.”

Yeah, I know it’s crazy that it’s my fiancé is the one obsessing over the details instead of me, but like I said, I have always been one to appreciate the simpler things in life. So as I sit back, stressing that everything goes on without a hitch, I want to tell any future bride that it is okay to go simple. Be different and do things outside of the norm. Do what makes you happy. As for me, I’ll catch you next time. As the Mrs.


If you want to get to know Kay Blake better, here are her social links:

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I hope you enjoyed this tidbit from an author bride-to-be. Keep checking back. We’re featuring wedding-themed posts all month. It’s Matrimonial March, after all! In the meantime, happy reading!





The Wedding Cake – What Could Go Wrong?

As we continue Matrimonial March on my blog, I have the pleasure of featuring a fellow author who also used to work in the wedding planning industry. These days, Jennifer Ray uses that knowledge to create lovely backdrops for wonderful books, including the short story, Declan’s Special, which is part of the Unwrapping Love Anthology. Jennifer is here today to talk about one of the single most important aspects of every wedding: the cake.


Thank you, Tami, for having me here today. This month is Matrimonial March on Tami’s blog so, today, I’m going to talk about cake. Because it’s cake. Besides the alcohol, cake is probably the best part of a wedding.

In a former life, I owned a bakery. I made more cakes then I can count, and many of them were wedding cakes and groom’s cakes.

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But I’m not going to talk about flavors, fondant, fillings, tiers, or cake flowers. I’m going to tell you a story. A story about a baker’s worse nightmare, and thankfully, nothing that ever happened to me.


Wedding Day Nightmare

Amy pulled up to the front of the antebellum home. The 200 year old white columns were identical to the columns which held the top tier of her masterpiece. “Perfect,” she released on a breath.

“What was that?” Sara, Amy’s helper, walked around the other side of the van carrying the small box which contained the tier.

“Nothing. Let’s get this cake set up. I need a nap!” Amy smiled at Sara’s chuckle and slid open the van’s door. She grabbed the large bottom tier box and started for the home’s double doors.

The cake table was at the back of the home in a large, windowed room which was as wide as the entire house and probably half as deep. A large chandelier hanging from the center sparkled and lit up the room. Four smaller chandeliers in the room’s corners complimented the large one. The cake table’s corner twinkled the brightest to accent the cake’s own glittery adornments.

“Beautiful.” Sara twirled looking at the wedding décor.

Amy walked over to the table and placed the large box on the floor. She opened it wide and lifted out the bottom tier, placing it on the center of the silver cake stand. The table wobbled a bit with Amy’s weight leaning on the edge. “Woah!”

Sara gave the table a jiggle, but it appeared to be stable. “We’re good. I’ll go get the next tier.”

Amy rotated the cake to find its nicest side and then centered it.

“Here’s the next tier. Do you need help with this one?” Sara sat the box down and opened the lid.

“No. The next two are too tall to maneuver, but I’m fine for now.” Amy leaned in and picked up the tier. She rotated it in her hands until she found the small mark she made at the bakery designating its front side. She carefully centered it a half inch above the bottom tier. Once confident of its placement, she let it drop down in place while removing her hands. She circled the table checking the alignment of the two tiers. “Perfect.” She turned to find Sara carrying in the next tier and two folded step stools.

Amy opened up the stools and set them up against the table. With Sara’s help, she placed the next tier, added the white columns to the top of it, and snapped the top tier in position.

After climbing down, Amy admired their work. “Looks great. Let’s add the flowers.”

Sara nodded and handed her the sugar flowers as quickly as Amy could arrange them. With the last flower in place, Sara grabbed the camera and snapped pictures. Amy slowly walked around the table double checking everything. She smiled as she circled back to the front.

“It’s beautiful,” Sara said.

“Thank you.” Amy grinned and leaned down to clean up the boxes.

After gathering everything up, Amy grabbed the camera for a few more shots. A soft cracking sound barely tickled her ears. She paused and looked around trying to identify the noise. She looked to her left when movement from the corner of her eye drew her attention. The table top dipped forward and the cake stand slid off, bringing the cake with it. The remains of the top tier landed at Amy’s feet, but all that met her eyes was black.


Hope you enjoyed the story. If you’re planning a wedding, cut your baker some slack on the wedding day because they’re more than likely a little worried about getting the job down without any problems!

~Jennifer Ray

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Our next featured author is Kay Blake. She’ll be here on March 8th, talking about planning her own wedding! Be sure to stop by. Until then, happy reading!


The Wedding Planner

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Welcome to the first blog post of Matrimonial March. In case you missed yesterday’s post, for the rest of the year, each month my blog features a specific theme. Every post will tie into said theme. This month, the first month of this themed idea, is all about weddings. Some of my guest bloggers will talk about their own weddings – or wedding planning. Some will talk about weddings from books they’ve written. Some might talk about divorce. The topics will be diverse, but all about weddings.

Including this one.

Once upon a time, I was a wedding planner. Yep. I was an event planner for 12 years, and 4 of those were dedicated almost exclusively to planning weddings. I worked for this gorgeous historic home that had been converted into a museum. We raised funds and maintained the museum by holding events there, specifically weddings. This historic home was located on a prime piece of real estate, nestled between a golf course and a copse of trees. It was located in the suburbs of Detroit, far enough out to not feel urban, not too far so as to potentially lose business.

Wedding planning is a ridiculously stressful career. It also comes with great payoffs – when (almost) everything goes smoothly and the bride and her mother (let’s face it – these are the people you have to impress when it comes to planning a wedding) are both happy. I have so many stories, both positive and not so much.

The venue where I worked was not large enough to seat more than 120 people for dinner, and if they wanted dancing too ( who doesn’t?), we had to literally clear, break down, and roll away tables to make it happen. Therefore, during the milder months, we erected a large tent, overlooking the golf course, where we could comfortably seat 300 for dinner, along with a lovely dance floor and plenty of room for either a DJ or band. To get from the house to the tent, you had to cross approximately twenty feet of lawn. No problem on a lovely, clear, summer eve. Not so much fun during a thunderstorm.

I spent a large portion of my wedding planning career agonizing over the weather. I knew The Weather Channel better than the stodgiest grandpa did. I was obsessed. My family teased me that I was old beyond my years. Really, I was just worried about whether or not my bride would hate her wedding day. Out of our control or not, the weather matters on one’s wedding day. Especially if your wedding is supposed to be outside.

I have as many happy memories as I do frustrating ones of those years of my life. And I’ve put those memories to good use. I can’t even tell you how many manuscripts on my computer feature either a wedding or a wedding planner. The ones I’ve published so far include:

The Bartender NookThe Resort IV - Valentine's Day at the ResortNaked Truthsmall


Usually the wedding planner is the good guy (hey, that was me, remember?). Sometimes, though, I like to shake things up. The fourth book in The Resort series, Valentine’s Day at The Resort, is about a wedding planner. Except she isn’t one of the good guys. In fact, she’s a very, very bad person.

Which was really fun to write, frankly.

Allison Bell, the main character in The Resort series, calls her best friend, Bree, and inquires about the wedding planner that has taken up residence at The Resort, where both Bree and Carter, Allison’s on again/off again boyfriend work. This is their conversation:

“The wedding planner for my Valentine’s Day wedding has a gorgeous assistant, and much to my surprise, he’s not gay. Not in the least.” She sounded positively giddy.

“Speaking of the wedding planner, Carter doesn’t sound too pleased with her. What do you think?”

Bree hesitated, then burst out, “I hate her. I can’t believe this woman is a wedding planner. She treats us all like servants. All of us – except Carter.”

“Except Carter?” Out of nowhere, warning bells started clanging in my head.

I could almost see Bree nodding vigorously. “She fawns over him, worships him, follows him around everywhere. It’s way over the top.”

“He didn’t mention that she fawns over him.”

Bree went on for another five minutes about the woman’s fawning.

“Is she pretty?” Please tell me she wasn’t. Please tell me she looked like a bloated cow or a rhinoceros or anything but pretty…

“She has the largest boobs I’ve ever seen.”

Naturally, Allison hurries over to The Resort to have a look for herself. Here is her conversation with Carter, after she’s seen the woman for the first time:

“I just got my first glimpse of the wedding planner,” I said breathlessly.

Carter’s hand stilled, and then he slowly pulled it out from underneath my skirt. He leaned his head back to look down into my face. Since I was a solid foot shorter than him, and the rest of his body was still molded to mine, he had to lean way back.

“Did you meet her?”

“No. Just watched her on the screen. Nice rack.”

Carter stepped away from me and dropped into the single chair in the room. He ran his hands through his hair in a rare agitated motion. “Allison, this is nothing at all for you to worry about.”

I arched one eyebrow in an impressive imitation of him. “The fact that you start this conversation with, ‘this is nothing for you to worry about’ worries me more than anything else.”

He leaned forward, grabbed my hands and tugged me closer, so that I stood directly in front of him. “Please don’t get bent out of shape about her. She is a bitch and I am not remotely attracted to her. She’ll be gone in ten days and our lives can go back to normal.”

“Why do you think I’m worried that you might be attracted to her?” I asked, curious to know his answer, even though I was worried that he was attracted to her. Who wouldn’t be?

He looked up at me. “Are you going to get pissed if I point out that she is obviously attractive?”

“Probably. I was sort of hoping you hadn’t noticed.”

Bree is the marketing manager for The Resort, which unfortunately means she has the job of ensuring both the bride-to-be and the wedding planner are happy. Here’s an excerpt from a conversation between Allison and Bree, regarding an email Bree received from the bride:

“Check this out. It’s an email from my bride. It’s about three pages worth of things she needs me to take care of before the wedding.” She looked up at me. “Isn’t this what a wedding planner is supposed to do? Why is she emailing all these requests to me?”

I didn’t know much about weddings, and even less about wedding planners, but I agreed with Bree. I looked back at the email.

“‘Contact florist and find out what time they will deliver flowers. Contact bakery and arrange cake delivery. Cake and florist’s deliveries must coincide because florist will need to decorate cake. Bride’s parents will bring favors with them. Favors are a bottle of wine from the family’s winery. Favors will need to be set out at every other place setting. Bride will provide place cards. Place cards will need to be set out, alphabetically, on a table in the foyer,’” I read down the list.

“This is weird, Bree. I saw J-Lo’s movie. This is the stuff wedding planners are supposed to do. Do you have Clarissa’s [the wedding planner] email address? You should just forward this to her.”

“It gets better,” Bree said, and she hit the page down button a couple times. Then she pointed at the computer screen and read, “‘I’ve contacted my wedding planner concerning these items and she indicated you would be happy to handle them for her, since she is so overwhelmed with ensuring The Resort is perfectly safe for our friends and family.’ What the hell?”

We looked at each other blankly. What the hell indeed?

And it goes on and on. The wedding planner has a ridiculously hot assistant with whom Bree starts an affair, but he wants Allison, which causes a bit of tension. Not to mention the wedding planner’s obsession with Allison’s boyfriend, and his refusal to put her in her place. Oh yeah, and there are strange things happening at The Resort, and the wedding planner has an unnatural interest in the building’s security system. Allison and Bree, along with the bride-to-be, in clumsy, klutzy amateur sleuth fashion, decide to take it upon themselves to figure out what’s really going on, because one thing is certain: That wedding planner doesn’t seem to do much in the way of actual wedding planning.

When I wrote this book, I pulled from my experience as a wedding planner – and a bride – as well as my experience working in hotels and restaurants. Hopefully that makes for a fun and sexy read!

Since I’ve spent so much time talking about Valentine’s Day at The Resort, maybe I should give you info as to where you can purchase it. Or better yet, why don’t I give you a coupon to pick it up at a deep discount? While it is part of a series and is fun to read the books in order, you can still thoroughly enjoy this one without going back to read the first three (but feel free; I won’t stop you).

So head on over to Smashwords (you can choose the appropriate download for your e-reader; they have all of them) and pick up Valentine’s Day at The Resort for 99 cents – just be sure to use the coupon code below:

Valentine’s Day at The Resort

Promotional price: $0.99
Coupon Code: CV52C
Expires: March 31, 2015

Enjoy the read and check back tomorrow, when Jennifer Ray gives us a little insight into what it’s like to provide cakes for discerning brides!


BOOK REVIEWS: Tami’s Recent Reads & Recommendations

I’ve read a few pretty spectacular books lately, so I figured I’d share, in case you need some fresh reading ideas. Enjoy!


Jump, Jive, and Wail

Jump, Jive, and Wail by Kathryn R. Biel

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Every time I read women’s fiction, I wonder why I don’t read it more often. Including this time. I thoroughly enjoyed this read, largely for two reasons: the hero and the heroine. The interactions between them were funny, sweet, adorable, romantic… you name it.

Declan was that one of a kind hero who isn’t a bad boy, isn’t an alpha, has a wicked sense of humor, is confident (he has to be, to be a figure skater who happens to not be gay), caring, sweet, and frankly, exactly the kind of guy I want my daughter to marry someday.

Kaitlyn is the broken heroine. In the beginning of the book, she hates herself, hates life, hates everything. A chance encounter with Declan, a delayed flight due to weather, and over the course of 12 hours, Declan manages to convince her that she shouldn’t be so down on herself, that it was time for her to pull her life together. Did I mention I adore Declan? Because trust me, Kaitlyn’s issues were plenty big enough that she had every right to wallow in a little anger and frustration.

These two spark right away, but life and circumstances get in the way, causing them to develop first a friendship, before finally giving in to what the reader is going to root for from page one. Trust me, you will enjoy this read. It’s worth adding to your TBR. Excellent job, Kathryn Biel!

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Love and Libations (Holidays and Heroes, #2)Love and Libations by Patricia D. Eddy

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

SUCH a wonderful book. So emotional, so true, so realistic. I have no experience with the sort of abuse the heroine endears, so if that character in this type of book is not written well, I tend to be annoyed by her refusal to change her “lot in life.” That was not the case with this book. I sympathized with both main characters, and not once did I yell at the heroine (in my head) or want to throw my Kindle at the wall. All I wanted was for both Lilah and Garrett to find their happily ever – together.

This is an emotional read about two individuals who have a great deal to overcome before they can truly be happy. You will enjoy the journey, all the way to the end, and this will be one of those books you will not want to leave when you reach that last page. Well done, Patricia Eddy.

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The Stand InThe Stand In by Rosanna Leo

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Such a fun read. Patrick and Winn have the right amount of chemistry to keep the pages turning, and turning, and turning. The situations they fall into are so funny, and they are so endearing… and so hot! It really is a solid, warm-fuzzy read, with the perfect sprinkling of spice.

I admit, I’m a sucker for a handsome, confident guy with a great sense of humor. Like Patrick. He’s the perfect book boyfriend, and I’m so glad he and Winn hook up, because they both deserve the happily ever after that Rosanna Leo gives them.

And one final note: the ending is just so darn cute! Highly recommend this read. You will not be disappointed.

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FuelFuel by Ashlynn Pearce

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This was the first book I’ve read by Ashlynn Pearce, and I can’t wait to read more! Plenty of angst and frustration to keep the reader turning pages, wanting to know what will happen next. Cassie is the headstrong and determined heroine who has come from an abusive background and just wants to escape and start her life over. Thrand (I love that name!) was her deceased brother’s best friend, until he escaped their small, backwoods town. Unbeknownst to him, Cassie had a crush on him when they were younger.

Their accidental meeting in Nashville, when neither knew the other was in town, works, if you know Nashville at all. It’s a big city and yet a small town and it’s entirely possible to bump into an old friend on the street.

The rest of the book centers around both characters growing- individually as well as together. We also get to watch as the band, Dirtslap, comes together. Oh, and the author gives us a taste of book two, as well, and I’m now eagerly awaiting the next happily ever after in the series. Well done, Ashlynn!

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Undercover Heat – Real or Pretend?

Today, fellow author and friend, Patricia D. Eddy, did an interview with Quinn and Kyra from Undercover Heat, over on her blog. I liked the interview so much, I figured I’d bring it over here to my blog, so you all can read it too.



Undercover Heat_CoverOn today’s blog, I decided to feature the hero from Tami Lund’s latest contemporary romance, Undercover Heat. His name is Quinn Daniels, and he’s an FBI agent, based out of the Detroit regional office. He’s had some hard knocks in his life – an abusive father and a mother who never stood up for her son or herself – but according to his boss, Nico, those past experiences have helped shape him into one of the finest agents he’s ever known.

It’s a rare treat to secure an interview with even one FBI agent, so imagine my surprise when Kyra Sanders, another agent currently working out of the Detroit office, shows up by Quinn’s side. “It’s my case we’re working on,” she says with a sideways glance at the handsome man standing next to her.

Quinn had asked me to meet him at a high-end steakhouse, suggesting we could have a drink and appetizers while we talked. Who was I to complain, especially when he insisted on picking up the tab?

“There she is,” Quinn says abruptly, and I swing my head around, wondering whom he’s talking about. “Don’t look,” he chides me. I whip my head back to face him and Kyra, embarrassed by my lack of FBI etiquette.

“What do you expect her to do, when you say something like, ‘There she is’?” Kyra asks him, hands on hips, a glare in her eyes.

“Are you going to be this snippy for the entire case?” Quinn shoots back. “Because living with a bitchy woman is not my idea of a good time. I’ve never lived with any woman, except my mother, but I sure as hell wouldn’t choose to live with one who harps on me all the damn time.”

“It’s a case, Quinn. We’re going undercover. It isn’t real.” Kyra says all of this through clenched teeth, and I have the impression she has had to point it out multiple times already.

“I’m not an idiot. I understand the difference between real and make believe. I—”

“Do you?”

I watch Quinn’s face flush a dull red. “That kiss was for the benefit of our perp,” he says evenly. “And it worked, didn’t it? She came over and talked to us, which is exactly what we wanted.”

“That was not a pretend kiss,” Kyra says, still speaking through clenched teeth. I’m beginning to worry her jaw is going to lock.

“I can’t help it that I’m a great kisser, and that you enjoy my kisses.”

Kyra sputters indignantly for a few moments before saying, “You enjoyed it too.”

Quinn shrugs. “I did. We can pretend kiss anytime you want. We can even pretend sleep together, if you want.”

“How is that going to help us close this case?”

“It won’t. But it’ll help with this case of blue balls I’ve had ever since pretend kissing you.”

“That’s it. I’m out of here.” Kyra turns to leave, but Quinn stops her with a hand on her arm.

“She’s coming over,” he murmurs so low I am not sure I hear him correctly.

“Who?” I ask, finally joining the conversation. This is supposed to be an interview, but I’ve been so busy watching the sparks fly between these two, I’ve completely forgotten to do my job.

“Our perp,” Kyra says. “The reason we are doing this undercover assignment. She’s been running Ponzi schemes for, we believe, ten years, possibly more. I almost nailed her last year in Dallas, but she managed to get away at the eleventh hour.”

“I’m still not convinced she didn’t have inside information,” Quinn says.

The look on Kyra’s face is interesting. She looks as if she is in pain. I want to ask about it, but the pained look shifts into a fake smile, and her gaze is locked on something behind my back. I turn around to see what she is looking at and come face to, er, giant boobs with a woman wearing stiletto heels, a slinky red dress, and a bleached blond bouffant hairdo. I lift my gaze to see her smile, showing off blindingly white teeth between ruby red lips. Her gaze, I notice, is latched onto Quinn. A quick look in Kyra’s direction confirms that she isn’t happy about this. Interesting, given they are supposed to be pretending to be together. Her acting skills are worthy of an Oscar. If she’s acting.

I realize Quinn is introducing me to the boobs, I mean, the woman in red. I shake her hand and say, “Nice to meet you, Ms. Bianca.” She offers me a vague smile and returns her attention to Quinn.

Kyra is so mad I can practically see the steam coming out of her ears. But when Whitney Bianca lifts her hand and cups his bicep, Quinn lifts his own arm and drapes it across Kyra’s shoulders. She immediately tenses – as does Whitney, I notice. Is this some sort of bizarre love triangle? I don’t recall anything in the notes I received about Quinn having a relationship with the perp they are trying to set up so they can arrest her and shut down her Ponzi schemes permanently.

I watch Whitney while Quinn nuzzles Kyra’s hair. Kyra tries to push him away, and Whitney looks as if she wants to grab Kyra by the hair, give her cement shoes, and toss her into the nearest body of water. I wonder if it is not that she and Quinn have a relationship as much as she wants there to be one. Which is funny to me, because it sure seems like Quinn and Kyra have something going on. Undercover or not, this couple gives off some serious heat.

Whitney Bianca makes an excuse and leaves, and Kyra and Quinn wait for less than five minutes and follow her. I am left standing in the lobby of the restaurant, no notes and no interview in hand. The only thing I am certain of is that if someone asked me to place a bet on whether or not Kyra and Quinn are pretending to be attracted to each other, I would win that wager. Hands down.


Tami Lund Headshot 2014Tami Lund, the author of Undercover Heat, as well as several other books, likes to live, love, and laugh, and does her best to ensure the characters in her books do the same. After they’ve overcome a few seemingly insurmountable obstacles first, of course.

Want to read Undercover Heat, or another one of Tami’s books? They are all listed here:

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Crazy Shifter *99 Cent SALE*



There is a crazy-ass big sale on shifter books going on RIGHT NOW! The sale runs January 22 – 26 ONLY, so charge those e-readers and get to downloading. This is an amazing opportunity to load up on your favorite hot, sexy, and furry alphas. To give you an idea of what you can expect from this sale, I have a few books I’d like to highlight. There are 40 more to choose from – this is just a taste. But what a tempting taste!

HERE IS THE LINK TO ALL BOOKS THAT ARE PART OF THE SALE: WOLF PACK SALE (PS – If you can’t see it – just sign up for Mail Chimp – it’s free!)

(Oh, and psst – there’s an awesome Rafflecopter giveaway at the bottom – a Kindle Fire and gift cards so you can load books!)

Meanwhile, let’s check out a sampling of what this sale is all about….


Title: Claimed by Love

Series: Wild Hunters, Book 1

Author: Skye Jones

Publisher: Liquid Silver Books

Release Date: December 22, 2014

Genre: Erotic PNR/Menage

Pages: 150

What’s it about?

Kayley’s passion-filled dreams of two sexy men torment her nights … but meeting them in real life turns her world upside down! Passion brings them together, but a menace from one’s past threatens to destroy them. Now they’ll have to risk it all and fight for their love. Skye Jones presents Claimed By Love, Book 1 of her exciting new paranormal romance series Wild Hunters.

Kayley Edwards has spent the last four years closing herself off after a vicious attack by her lover left her scarred and terrified. After fleeing her native Alaska, she ran the length of the country and began a new life in Miami, far from family and friends.

When her cousin and his friends decide to vacation nearby, he invites her to join them because he has important news. Determined not to let fear rule her life, she agrees to meet with them, only to have her world turned upside down. His friends include the two gorgeous men who’ve haunted her dreams for months, kindling her desire and challenging her to take a chance on love.

Pack alpha, Luke Johnson, has dreamed of Kayley for years. He and his mate, Sean Wallace, know she is meant to be theirs. But how will she react when she finds the world they inhabit is one she never imagined existed?

As passions collide, Sean finds himself acting as a bridge between his strong-willed alpha and a skittish Kayley. Can they break through her defenses and convince her to join them?

Just as it seems the three may have a future together, a ghost from Sean’s past strikes at the heart of their happiness. They must fight for everything they hold dear to win their chance at love.

Wanna buy it? It’s on sale for 99 cents at Amazon, LS Books and ARe, but here are ALL the links:

Goodreads Link:

Amazon US:

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Wanna know a little about the author who wrote this sexy shifter book?

Skye Jones is an erotic romance author who likes to write about that moment when lust and love meet head on. She penned her first work as a child, which starred a hobby horse that talked. She moved on from talking wooden horses to writing about sexy alpha males, and the lucky characters who cross their path. She primarily writes menage and m/m – because the only thing sexier than one tortured, brooding hero is two!

Wanna know when Skye’s next release is coming out?






How about a new take on an old fairy tale? Red the Were Hunter, the first in the Fairelle Series, is also featured in this spectacular sale.

Title: Red the Were Hunter

Series: Fairelle, Book 1

Author: Rebekah Ganiere

Publisher: Fallen Angel Press

Release Date: April 28, 2014

Genre: Fantasy, Paranormal, Shifters

Pages: 247

What’s it about?

What if you were the key to an ancient prophecy that would begin to heal your lands, but fulfilling your destiny meant you had to turn your back on everything you’d been taught to believe in?Redlynn of Volkzene, member of the Sisterhood of Red, is heartbroken to discover another girl kidnapped and her best friend slain by werewolves. Defying the head of her order, she sets out to kill the beast she believes responsible. The King of the Weres– But there are worse things in Wolvenglen Forest than the wolves.Adrian, reluctant heir to the throne of Wolvenglen, and his band of wolf brothers are bound to protect the humans; especially the Sisterhood. Finding Redlynn unconscious in his woods awakens in him a passion he’s never before experienced and a protective instinct that has him ready to turn on his own men. Problem is, a female is the last thing Adrian needs complicating his life.But all is not as it seems in Wolvenglen Forest and to save the missing girls before time runs out, Redlynn and Adrian must move past their inner demons and learn to trust each other. In the search for vengeance however, sometimes you must give up what you desire most.Red The Were Hunter won 2nd Place in the Hook, Line and Sinker Writing Contest and 2nd Place in the Great Beginnings Writing Contest.

About the Author

Rebekah G author picRebekah is an award winning author. Her first novel Dead Awakenings, debuted in January 2014. Red the Were Hunter, the first in her Farielle Series, published on May 1, 2014 with her second in the series, Snow the Vampire Slayer, releasing Sept. 22, 2014. Her trilogy, The Society, will be released in early 2015 by Kensington’s Lyrical Press. Rebekah is the VP of Communications of the RWA FFP Chapter as well as a member of her local Los Angeles and Orange County Chapters. In her spare time when she isn’t writing you can find her moderating or teaching on Savvy and in her local SCV Writers group, or hanging out with her husband, four children and bulldog, rabbit, two bearded dragons, two tortoises and a handful of fish. The escaped snake has yet to be found.

How about my own book? Into the Light, the first in the Lightbearer series, is featured in this spectacular sale.

Into the LightTitle: Into the Light

Series: Lightbearer, Book 1

Author: Tami Lund

Publisher: Liquid Silver Books

Release Date: July 14, 2014

Genre: Fantasy, Paranormal, Shifters

Pages: 247

What’s it about?

They were supposed to be enemies, not lovers. Tanner Lyons is a shifter without a pack, which is just the way he likes it—until he rescues Olivia Bennett, princess of the Lightbearers. Suddenly, he finds himself fighting an attraction that makes no sense, because Lightbearers and shifters have been mortal enemies since the beginning of time. Intrigue, adventure, magic, and passion – you’ll find it all in Into the Light, Book 1 of Tami Lund’s exciting new fantasy series, Lightbearers.

Shifters dominate the human world, while Lightbearers stay hidden away in their magically protected coterie. That is, until Olivia Bennett, princess of the Lightbearers, is captured by the most powerful shifter of them all—Quentin Lyons, who believes that to kill a Lightbearer is to inherit her magic.

His son, Tanner, doesn’t believe his father’s theory. In the ultimate betrayal, Tanner rescues Olivia and vows to return her to her home. Along the way, he discovers two other Lightbearers who have left the safety of the coterie, not to mention an attraction to the Lightbearer princess that becomes increasingly more difficult to ignore with each hour he spends in her company.

The attraction makes no sense. Lightbearers and shifters have been mortal enemies since the dawn of time. He’s supposed to feel the urge to kill her, not … well, you know.

Despite shifters who are out to kill them and Lightbearers who don’t trust them, Tanner and Olivia decide to take the chance and give in to their mutual attraction, only to discover that Olivia’s destiny has been predetermined, and it doesn’t include her shifter lover. They must decide if they are willing to risk it all, or if they can walk away from true love for the sake of the Lightbearer species.

Wanna buy it? It’s on sale for 99 cents at Amazon, LS Books and ARe, but here are ALL the links:


Amazon US

Amazon UK

Barnes & Noble

LS Books


Wanna know a little about the author who wrote this sexy shifter book?

Tami Lund likes to live, love, and laugh, and does her best to ensure the characters in her books do the same. After they’ve overcome a few seemingly insurmountable obstacles first, of course.

Tami is multi-published, both self and with a few publishers, including Crimson Romance, Liquid Silver Books, and Soul Mates Publishing. Chances are, there is a new book coming out soon. Be sure to stalk her on social media, so you know when (At the top of the website!).

And most important, if you enjoyed one of these books, please let other readers know by leaving a review on the site from which you bought it, or on Goodreads. Otherwise, how will they know which book to read next?




And that’s just a small sampling of the 40+ shifter books that are ON SALE for 99 cents – right now! Get them NOW, because this sale only lasts until January 26th!!


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