Temporary Bridesmaid by Lu Ann Brobst Staheli

August 19, 2014 | 2 Comments

TemporaryBridesmaidJenny Grant has given up on men, and therefore her dream of ever getting married. But when James Cox comes to work in her building as a temp, she has to convince herself to stay true to her new conviction. All around her, everything is falling apart in her life. She’s been asked to be the Maid of Honor for her best friend’s wedding—leaving Jenny the last single in her group—her mother’s forgetfulness has progressed to a level that might prove dangerous, and the raise and promotion Jenny longs for may not be within her reach. When a man who looks like James steals her wallet her distrust of men rests on his shoulders.

James Cox has no idea why he has given up his position as a California CEO to move to Salt Lake City, but he’s certain it isn’t to find a bride. When the call comes for a temp position at a computer programming company, he figures this must be why. But his co-workers are not always easy to get along with, especially the fiery-tempered woman named Jenny Grant. If he didn’t find her so beautiful and interesting, it might not matter. Except that it does.

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Title: Temporary Bridesmaid (A Gateway Romance)

Author: Lu Ann Brobst Staheli

Publisher: Back Yard Press

Release Date: August 19, 2014


Formats: 242 pages, e-book

Genre: Contemporary Romance

2 responses to “Temporary Bridesmaid by Lu Ann Brobst Staheli

  1. Gayle Humpherys

    Overall, this was a sweet story about finding love a little bit later in life. I did feel like much of the story was the internal monologues of the main characters and not a lot of actual interaction between them. In the end, it seemed kind of unrealistic for them to get together so quickly and completely when they had hardly spent any actual time together.

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