Aussie Readers, as you know, the Wedding Fever trilogy is currently being print published in Australia. In September, the series kicked off with Saved By The Bride, introducing you to Whitetail and its cast of quirky characters. In October, we had all the fun of cows and dogs and sunflowers, not to mention a sexy farmer, in Picture Perfect Wedding. Now, in November, the final book in the trilogy, Runaway Groom is on shelf. YAY!
You can grab a copy at Target, Big W and Kmart! but only until December. Booktopia also has it.
In Runaway Groom, we meet Aussie Ben, who is on the motorcycle ride of his life taking his vintage Harley Davidson from Argentina to Alaska!
For a guy who’s allergic to weddings, getting stranded in Whitetail, the town that lives and breathes weddings, is his worst nightmare.
So what’s Runaway Groom about? The blurb says…
Amy Sagar’s life is in ruins. Fired from her fast-track job and dumped by her double-crossing boyfriend, she retreats to Whitetail, Wisconsin, to lick her wounds and regroup. Meeting an impossible, sexy Australian isn’t part of her strategy for getting back on track.
Ben Armytage is running away. After being left at the altar and publicly humiliated, he’s taking his vintage motorcycle on an extended road trip from Argentina to Alaska. Having his journey interrupted by a breakdown and sharing a house with a curvy, redheaded lawyer in a town obsessed with weddings was never on his itinerary.
Though being stuck in a luxury log cabin isn’t really a hardship, living together with their broken hearts isn’t easy. When the attraction between Amy and Ben proves unstoppable, they’ll both begin rethinking their plans…
Read an excerpt, here!
Reviews have been enthusiastic!
“If you’re a fan of well-written contemporary romance, I would suggest Runaway Groom. You get THREE HEA’s in one novel!!” Harlequin Junkies
“Fiona Lowe always has a way of mixing comedy with a sweet, hot, romance, Runaway Groom was no exception. There was a wonderful balance between the romance building between Amy and Ben and their own personal battles. It was a wonderful addition to the series.” Kristen Johnson Goodreads Reviewer