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Wedding Bells Bundle by [Baird, Ginny]
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Length: 444 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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Four bestselling books from Ginny Baird!

Includes Book 1 in the New York Times and USA Today bestselling Holiday Brides Series, The Christmas Catch, and bestselling romantic comedies Must-Have Husband, The Sometime Bride and How to Marry a Matador.


"A fantastic second-chance romance about a snowy accident that becomes a can't-miss love story!" ~ Kindle Fire Department, November 23, 2013

"I laughed so hard I cried not once but three times!" ~ Amazon Reader Spktme

"I really enjoyed this book. I found myself frowning and smiling. It evoked emotion. The Sometime Bride was well written and very sweet. I would really like to see more from Ginny Baird." ~ Stacie's Snazzy Reviews

"Ginny Baird has crafted a terrific, but short, story. It's a perfect read for an afternoon where you just want to kick back and while away the time with a delightful tidbit." ~ The Romance Reviews

"Turns the classic romance plot amusingly inside out...cleverly plotted." ~ Kirkus Reviews
"A sweet, romantic tale that leaves one yearning for a matador of their own."~ InD'Tale Magazine


A struggling single mom meets a handsome bachelor in Vermont, after running him off the road during a snowstorm. A sweet, romantic tale set in snowyVermont.

A girl in need of a groom ropes a bachelor in the wilderness, and brings him home. A light and lively look at love and taking chances. Based on a true tradition!

Carrie St. John is done with wedding disasters. Third time's the charm? A jilted bride and a ditched bachelor cut a "fake fiancé" deal. A fun and sexy read.

Jess flies to Madrid on an acquisitions deal but wakes up married to a matador! A fresh and flirty romp.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 5097 KB
  • Print Length: 444 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Winter Wedding Press (12 January 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00HVJN63Q
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #149,313 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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4.0 out of 5 stars 4 Stars 14 March 2016
By Karen Talley - Published on
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I honestly wasn't expecting a lot from the collection, so I was thrilled to find an author that I will now be following closely.
1) The Christmas Catch 4 Stars: A single mother goes to Vermont and gets a second chance at love. A hard-working widow with an adorable son and a sexy professor...what more could be more perfect? How about a couple of great secondary characters and a bonus romance?
2) Must-Have Husband 5+Stars: This is one of the best stories that I have read in a long time. Connie and Mac's 'courtship' ranks right up there with a Desi and Lucy episode. There were times that I laughed so hard that I had tears in my eyes! Perfect!
3) The Sometime Bride 4 Stars: Both the hero and hero have been dumped by their significant others and team up to help each other out by pretending a romantic attachment. It's been done before, but this time it was done really well.
4) How to Marry a Matador 2 1/2 Stars: I couldn't get into this one at all and did a lot of skimming to finish it. It was unrealistic, more than a little silly, and boring. There was none of the humor that I found so great in the other stories. I didn't like ANY of the characters.
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5.0 out of 5 stars All 4 are worthy reads 28 February 2017
By Linda R - Published on
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i already had two of these books but I got the bundle to get the other 2. I read a lot and sometimes you just need to kick back and laugh at the story. i enjoy the authors sense of humor. Whether the situations are realistic or not. In the first story: A Christmas Catch neither character was looking for romance but they found love in spite of themselves and the miles between them. Must Have Husband was funny. Two sisters decide to get away and they go mountain hiking. Except neither has done anything like this before. Linda is happily married but Connie has had 3 failed engagements which is unbelieveable for a rich heiress. But in the woods a man just falls out of a tree and she convinces him to come home with her and pretend to be her fiance. Lots o funny scenes in this one. The Sometime Bride is similar in that the engagement is off and she just can't tell her grandmother and her friends. What are the odds on two brides throwing their engagement rings into the same pool? About the same as the jilted bride and jilted groom finding love together. How to Marry a Matador is not as funny as the others but it has hits moments. A New York exec comes to Spain to close a deal and after a few two many Sangrea, she marries her client. She's scared and wants to get out of the marriage. He tried to convince her that he's really in love with her. She panics and when her best friend shows up... I enjoyed all 4 books and would recommend them as a fun read.
4.0 out of 5 stars Decent collection of romance, but I don't think they are all romantic comedy... 2 March 2017
By Guy Reviewing Romance and More - Published on
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A collection of four romantic comedies that each involved a wedding, this collection feels somewhat uneven, with the first three stories pretty good, last one however, didn't do it for me.

Christmas Catch: Struggling Mom and kid house-sitting in Vermont romanced by handsome bachelor professor whom she almost ran off the road earlier...

Must-Have Husband: Girl in need of a groom got lost in the woods on a hike and had a handsome bachelor literally fell on top of her (almost) and she took him home to meet the folks!

The Sometimes Bride: Carrie the jilted bride found a ditched bachelor to ride out the PR disaster by agreeing to be mutual "fake fiance"... That never works, right?

How to Marry a Matador: girl went to Spain for business, woke up one morning married to a Matador. Hmmm... Must be the wine.

I like the collection but I don't think the first one is really romantic comedy.
2.0 out of 5 stars waste of time 6 March 2017
By Paix - Published on
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The theme of each story was interesting, or could have been interesting but they did not work for me. Maybe audience should be early teen? The first story had a preschooler who had thought process and vocabulary of a much older child. Advanced language skills-maybe. Young adult comments and thought process-no way. Second story was just as unrealistic, the author tried too hard to inject humor that did not work, and the characters were one dimensional. Oh, and let's not overlook that both H and h lied about their relationship to her family which is a great way to start. The third story was so far out I gave up and stopped reading. The h gets dumped by her fiancée and hooks up with a man who seems to propose to women because he just wants a wife. Really?-the H is worried about his biological clock? or he is driven to be married with the house and white picket fence and this is the 21st century? Then 2 weeks out from the wedding date (when the h has not cancelled venue or catering), has lied to her family and his old school friends and expects the H to propose and just slide into wedding plans made for a different groom. The invitations for a wedding must have been sent out with the name of the groom blank in order to allow substitution because how tacky could you be? Not sure why all the 4 and 5 star reviews but, for me, the stories were too juvenile, too unrealistic, and neither amusing or entertaining.
5.0 out of 5 stars All 4 stories were fun reads. I love when you get a multi ... 21 March 2017
By Debbie O. - Published on
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All 4 stories were fun reads. I love when you get a multi book set and all of the books are worth the read. Some were very funny as well as having great plot twists. Can't wait to read more from from Ms Baird. Great to find a new author that I hadn't read their work before.