Getting Her Groom by Heather Tullis

December 18, 2014 | 5 Comments

Getting Her Groom by Heather TullisGetting Her Groom
Author: Heather Tullis
Series: DiCarlo Brides #7
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Format: eBook
Pages: 246
Date: December 11, 2014
Publisher: Jelly Bean Press

Angela Chestnut can’t wait to move to New York City to fulfill her dream on the stages of Broadway, but first she has to finish her last year of college. When a couple of the student stages are damaged in a flood, she moves the show she has to direct to a local community center in the hopes of raising enough funds that they’ll be able to keep their doors open. But someone wants The Center to fail, and if that means Angela’s show, and her final grade, have to fail as well, they’re totally okay with that.

Alex Checketts has had an unhealthy interest (in his opinion) in Angela, who is twelve years younger than himself, since they met at her sister’s place the previous summer. He finds himself roped into accompanying the musical she’s written for her project and gets caught up in the mystery behind who is trying to shut down the community center. His attraction to Angela only grows as they spend more time together and her interest in him isn’t helping his resolve not to date her.

Whether they’ll be able to make it work after she moved to New York worries them both. But first they have to survive to put on Angela’s show and save The Center.


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About Heather Tullis

Heather Tullis has always loved romance, and read voraciously as a young teen (and even before). Writing it down eventually was inevitable. The DiCarlo Brides series is the first she’s published under this name, though she’s published eight other romances under another name. She loves gurgling brooks, chocolate pinwheel cakes and twinkle lights.

5 responses to “Getting Her Groom by Heather Tullis

    • LDS Book Geek

      I’m not positive, but I think you can read them in any order. Maybe Heather Tullis will pop in here and answer your question. 🙂

    • Pauline

      They can be read in any order, BUT I would recommend reading #1 first, it explains EVERYTHING about how these sisters come together. and then after that you can read in any order.

  1. Katrina, they can definitely be read out of order–I was very careful not to give away too many details about earlier stories in the series in case someone picked up a middle book first, but there are advantages to reading them in order. =)

  2. Brooke

    I loved this book. It can definitely be read out of order, but I would read all in the series at some point to get to know the whole family. Loved the whole series!

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