Wedding Gown Curse of the Almost Wives Club

Are the wedding plans of five women forever altered by a cursed wedding gown?

The Almost Wives Club: Kate by Nancy Warren

Wedding gown is cursed in the Almost Wives ClubKate Winton-Jones plans to marry Edward Carnarvon III, a rich and handsome bachelor, but a seemingly minor incident occurs while having her wedding gown fitted. A seamstress unintentionally pricks her, causing a tiny spot of blood to appear on the outrageously expensive wedding gown. The seamstress Is immediately fired and storms out, but not before putting a curse on the dress.  Kate doesn’t believe in curses and forgets about the whole incident. Nothing can go wrong with her plans to marry the man she loves. Or can it?

That evening Kate meets a man that will change her future. She also finds out that her future husband has been keeping secrets from her.  It’s all too much for Kate and she decides to run away from it all. Is it possible that the wedding gown is cursed?

Kate falls for a sexy private investigator and decides it’s time to throw caution to the wind, along with the satin shoes she won’t be wearing. Playing it safe hasn’t done her much good. Maybe it’s time to play by a new set of rules. Her rules.

Kate discovers that sometimes Mr. Right isn’t who you thought he was.

Five brides, one possibly cursed designer wedding gown—The Almost Wives Club. Will any of these brides actually walk down the aisle in the fabulous dress?

Follow along in this romantic comedy as five women’s lives are changed forever by this enchanted wedding gown. Each story in The Almost Wives Club series is a standalone novel.

Find out more about the author of the series about the cursed wedding gown, Nancy Warren:

cursed wedding gown author, Nancy WarrenNancy’s a USA today bestselling author of more than 60 novels. Nancy’s originally from Vancouver, Canada but she tends to wander. She currently lives in an 18th century house in Bath, England where she loves to pretend she’s Jane Austen, or at least a character in a Jane Austen novel. When she’s not writing, she’s hiking, skiing, traveling or sipping wine. She’s appeared on the front page of the New York Times (when her book, Speed Dating launched Harlequin’s NASCAR series), has been a clue in a crossword puzzle (National Post, Canada) and she’s been a finalist for the RITA award three times, honored by Romantic Times Magazine and often shares her love of writing in her popular workshops.

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