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Sandra Sookoo gives Luscious a taste of Operation Wedding Crash

by on August 30, 2013

We’ve all seen the shows… They usually have titles like, Weddings Gone Wild or Brides Get Crazy. My personal favorite – When Grooms Take Over.  If your like me you watch the first three minutes and get sucked into all the drama then before you know it you’ve lost a half hour somewhere you will never get back. I always seem to find myself shaking my head at the wedding parties antics.  I’ll admit I sometimes even yell at the TV – WTH!  *Hangs Head* Okay so I filled you in on one of my dirty little secrets.  Now let me tell you another secret. Hey I have to redeem myself some how. Sandra Sookoo has a new book out! Yeah I know that no secret! 🙂 But I tried. It’s a great read about breaking up a bad couple and all the things that can happen when ex’s and other things get thrown into the mix. Hey I can’t give the book away. But if you read below there is a blurb and cute excerpt.  Its available on Amazon just click on the link to buy. You know I would never steer you wrong but if you don’t believe me check it out for yourself.

Later gator, Kass

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Twenty or Less Press, a publisher of fiction, is excited to announce the release of its latest romance, Operation Wedding Crash by Sandra Sookoo, a contemporary comedy.

Buy now from Amazon.

Until death—or a secret—make them part.

Nora “Can’t Say No” Lenhart’s life is way past complicated. To add stress to everything, she’s just been appointed maid of honor for the upcoming wedding of the World’s Worst Boss and her ex is the best man. Looks like she’ll need to buy stock in an antacid company and try her best to ditch the green-eyed monster of wedding envy.

Camden Webber is an FBI agent with a massive chip on his shoulder—namely not being able to forget the woman whose usual inability to say no didn’t keep her from shooting down his proposal five years before. Though he has jaded views on weddings and marriage, Cam agrees to stand at his best friend’s side.

When Nora and Camden are thrown together at an engagement dinner, despite their tumultuous romantic history, they devise a plan to break up the ill-suited bride and groom. As the big day nears, emotions hit a breaking point, proving that wedding planning is more suited to a reality show and while happy endings are optional, they exist amidst the rubble, if the couple looks hard enough.

Excerpt:

Her phone chimed.

Camden: Did you break up with Jake the Wonder Boy yet?

Ohmygod! What did he care who she dated?

Nora: Not yet. I’m still deciding.

Camden: You need to cut the cord.

Nora: Why is this so important to you?

Camden: If he’s not doing anything for you in the lady parts department, you need to find someone who will.

Seriously, the man had no shame. What was his ulterior motive?

Nora: He’s all right.

Camden: Bullshit. When he kisses you, do you go weak at the knees?

Nora: Um…

Camden: Do you feel like you’ll melt? Do you want to jump his bones the second you see him?

How do I get myself into these conversations?

Nora: No, but…

Camden: Then dump him. He’s not the guy for you.

A knock on the door prevented Nora from answering right away. She opened it and accepted two gowns from the sales associate. “Thanks. I love the color of the maroon one.”

“I thought you might, and with your hair, it will look great. If you need help, let me know.”

“I will.” Nora closed the door then hung both dresses on hooks.

Her phone chimed.

Camden: I have to go. The movie is about to start, but dump Jake. Move on and move forward.

Ah, so that’s how the men were spending the Saturday afternoon.

Nora: I’ll think about it.

She glanced between the two dresses. Though the black one had gauzy, capped sleeves, her breath caught as she stared at the maroon creation. Also sleeveless, the straps were wider—almost three inches—and were made of gathered fabric. It sported a sweetheart neckline with a woven, almost mummy-wrapped bodice that would keep her upper stomach contained. As quickly as she could, Nora removed the dress from the hanger and gingerly drew it over her head. The material fell over her curves like an organza and chiffon dream, but when she felt cool air stir over her back, she frowned.

Turning slightly, she glanced in the mirror and gasped. The rear of the dress was open and the scoop reached the middle of her back. It was more skin than she’d ever shown in public. “Holy crap.” She faced the mirror again and studied herself with a critical eye. The neckline cradled her breasts as if it was made for her body, and since the skirt hung from a natural waist, the curve of her stomach wasn’t an issue. Plus, the rich color set off her pale skin like a dream.

“Wow.”

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