A Most Unlikely Wedding
The Kiss Was a Rehearsal, Did She Forget to Say ‘Cut’?
Filmmaker Kay Aaronson left New York for small-town Tobias, Wisconsin, to jumpstart her career. Falling in love wasn’t part of the plan.
When Kay’s leading man stalks off the set of the music video she’s shooting at the historic Bliss House, the town’s wise and beloved Miss Trudi invites recent divorcee Rob Dalton to take the part.
Kay sets the scene, increasingly distracted by this businessman who’s far more handsome than her missing star. When her hands-on direction leads to a fiery kiss, the sparks are visible for all to see.
Everyone thinks they’re right for each other, but nobody knows the secrets they’re harboring. Or what it might mean if those secrets became public.
Will Rob and Kay let fear determine their fate, or risk allowing themselves to explore where that first kiss might lead?
Originally published under the title Least Likely Wedding?
Praise for A Most Unlikely Wedding:
“I was not only wanting to find out what happens with Kay and Rob, but was dying to know their scandals and what would happen with them. And the whole town of Tobias is filled with interesting characters. Two thumbs up!” — 5-Star Amazon Review
“(McLinn’s) characters go through really great growth, both within themselves and with each other, … It makes it that much more satisfying.” — Amazon Review
“Kay is feisty and fantastic, Rob is hunky and frustrating … They’ve both got stuff going on that’s making it hard for them to be completely open with each other — and with the reader, which adds a whole new level of anticipation to the reading.” — Amazon Review
“I couldn’t put it down!” — Amazon Review
Praise for the Marry Me series:
“With her two latest books set in a perfectly realized and perfectly charming small town, McLinn has created two beautifully written, richly emotional love stories that are a joy to read.” – John Charles, American Library Association
“Gifted Patricia McLinn has written another wonderful series filled with emotion and romance.” — CataRomance Reviews
“McLinn has done a marvelous job creating the stories in this series.” — Fresh Fiction