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I do - or do I?: An utterly hilarious and heartwarming romance

Karen King

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Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

Karen King's hilarious take on Monster-In-Laws, disastrous weddings, and love triangles.

Monster-In-Laws, disastrous weddings, and love triangles!


'A great story, with a clever twists and turns' ***** Reader Review

'I loved this story. Fun and exciting, it kept me glued to the page' ***** Reader Review

'Loved this book, couldn't put it down, made me laugh so much' ***** Reader Review

'Brilliant, funny story. Can't put it down' ***** Reader Review

'A fantastic holiday read! Interesting, believable characters. Couldn't put it down as I needed to know what would happen...' ***** Reader Review

'Perfectly drawn characters. Can't wait to read her next book!' ***** Reader Review
Local journalist Cassie is getting married to hot-shot, reliable Timothy and his mother Sylvia nicknamed 'Monster-in-Law' wants to plan the entire wedding. When Sylvia books the exclusive ID Images to take photographs of the extravagant do, Cassie has no idea what she's walking into.

The elusive JM, ID Images' newest photographer, just so happens to be Jared, Cassie's first love and ex-fiance, who broke off their engagement to travel and take photos of far-reaching wonders. He's back to pay for his next wild adventure.

Cassie decides it's best to pretend not to know him, but when she's asked to write an article for her newspaper, she's tasked with a column surrounding all things wedding related. When Cassie jokingly writes a column meant for herself depicting her situation, a co-worker submits it in place of the real article and it's soon making headlines, with readers asking the age old question - Who Will She Choose?

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Karen King

An experienced writing tutor and university lecturer on professional and university writing courses, Karen King has been writing children's books since the mid-eighties. She's written for many children's magazines including Sindy, Barbie, Winnie the Pooh and Thomas the Tank Engine. Some of her short stories were featured on BBC's Playdays and her poems on the BBC One Potato, Two Potato website. She writes for all ages and in all genres: story books, picture books, plays, joke books, she's written them all! She currently tutors for The Writer's Bureau and was one of the authors of their 'Writing for Children' course and the author of their 'Write for Profit using the Internet' course. She lives in Worcester.

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