Wedding Woe Series: Book 1
A Wedding Disaster… Or Was It?
Because of their busy schedules, engaged KiirstiAan and her mom have chosen to plan the wedding almost entirely via e-mail. The minutia of all the details being exchanged becomes somewhat cumbersome, so while they’re planning, and to break the monotony of the endless back-and-forth online exchanges, KiirstiAan reminds her mother of a number of outrageous wedding disasters her parents have witnessed, and that her mom has already shared with her. She suggests that her mom write a book about all the nuptial disasters to which she’s been witness. With some trepidation, her mom says ok, IF KiirstiAan will proofread each and every one of them. With whole-heartedness, the bride-to-be agrees. Thus, while the e-mail wedding plans continue (with no small amount of stress), KiirstiAan’s mom recounts some of the most unbelievable wedding disasters that have ever been told. Was each wedding truly a disaster? Oh, yeah. Or, was it? And, more importantly, can KiirstiAan avoid these and any other monumental mishaps in her own wedding?
Wedding Woes Series: Book 2
KiirstiAan and her mom continue planning the wedding almost entirely via email. In Book 1, they hit some stressful and frustrating moments finding and holding on to church- and reception venues. (Their reception site was flooded by rain, and it’s still up in the air whether the repairs will be done in time.) To keep them motivated during the interminable wedding planning email exchanges, KiirstiAan makes a new and unexpected request of her mother. It requires more writing of disaster accounts, only this time it involves the recounting of wedding receptiondisasters. Will KiirstiAan’s mom agree to the new request? After writing so manywedding disaster accounts, will she write a new collection of receptiondisasters too? Or, will she say no, she’s too busy with all the final wedding planning for her own daughter? And, on top of all the general stress of planning, who could have expected this new horrendous and frightening event? Will it call a temporary (or permanent) halt not only to a reception, but to any wedding at all?