Today we have the release blitz for My Kinda Player by Lacey Black, the last book in Lacey’s Summer Sisters series! Make sure you get your copy today!!
Title: My Kinda Wedding
Series: Summer Sisters, Book 7
Author: Lacey Black
About My Kinda Wedding:
You are cordially invited
to celebrate the marriage of
Meghan Summer to Nicholas Adams, D.D.S.
at four o’clock in the afternoon on Saturday, the sixth of May
at the beachside home of Alison Jane and Sawyer Randall
Reception to follow
The Summer family comes together once more as the final sister prepares to tie the knot. Take a journey with each couple, from the rehearsal to the reception, and the wedding in between. And don’t forget about the grandparents! You never know what they’ll have up their sleeves…
*This book is a 25,000-word novella that would be enjoyed best after reading My Kinda Forever, Summer Sisters book 6. Though part of a series, this book can be read as a standalone. It is intended for those 18 and over due to graphic language, descriptive sex, and the world’s most inappropriate grandparents.
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This has been a great series which I started midway and definitely still have plans on going back and reading the first three books that I missed. If you haven't read any of the books especially My Kinda Forever, I wouldn't read this book because it's not meant to be read as a standalone as it is meant to wrap up the series and give us the wedding of Nick and Megan, the last of the Summer Sisters to get her HEA in My Kinda Forever. But if you have read it, then HAPPY READING!!!
The moment I see her, I feel something so profound, so completely in my heart that it just makes everything right in the world.
That’s the only way to describe the incredible woman who now stands at my side.
I grab her hand as soon as she’s within reach and bring it to my lips. There’s a slight tremble, though I’m not sure if it’s her hand or mine. Probably both. She looks up at me with so much excitement, so much happiness, that I don’t pay any attention to the man standing in front of me, speaking.
I should probably pay attention, right?
But I can’t.
I only see her.
“Repeat after me.”
And I do. I say the words, feeling them with every fiber of my being, as I vow to stand by her side, to love and protect her, till death do us part. It’s an easy proclamation to make, since it’s nothing but the truth. Her eyes fill with tears as she repeats the same vows as me, but she never wavers, never falters.