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Diary of a Single Wedding Planner
(Tales Behind the Veils, Volume 1)
by: Violet Howe

Publication:  June 18, 2015
ISBN: 0996496807
Length:  259 pages
Genres: Romantic Comedy, Humor, Romance


Wedding planner Tyler Warren left heartbreak behind when she ran away from her small Southern hometown and started a new life in a big city. Years later, she wants to believe in the fairy-tale endings her job promotes, but the clients she meets day after day seem to be more “Crazily Ever After” than “Happily Ever After.” Meanwhile, her own attempts at romance play out as bizarre comedies rather than love stories, and she’s starting to think Prince Charming either fell off his horse or got eaten by a dragon. When unresolved issues from Tyler’s past complicate things even further, she discovers she may yet have some things to figure out before she can find her own happy ending. This delightful first book in the Tales Behind the Veils series chronicles Tyler’s wacky misadventures, both personal and professional. Whether she’s getting insane requests from brides or outlandish requests on dates, you’re sure to be charmed and entertained by the Diary of a Single Wedding Planner.

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“So why don’t you have a date tonight?”

I wondered how long it would take to bring her back around to that popular topic of conversation.

“I’m going out with friends, Mom. It’s a big group of us. No one has dates.”

“You need to get new friends. Friends who will introduce you to someone. You never meet anyone new. All the men you meet are either getting married already or coming in town for a wedding and leaving right after it. You need to meet local men.”

She was right on that count. Every wedding serves up a handful of groomsmen and a bevy of guests, usually with at least a couple of single ones in the group. Occasionally, one seems either interested or interesting, or both. But I’m working, and they’re partying. Then they go back home to their own lives, and I greet the next group.

“I did meet someone local, Mom. He works at a hotel. We’re going out next month.” What the hell? Why did I even tell her about him? I have no idea what’s going on and whether or not I even want to go out with him, and now I blabbed about it to my mother?

“Really? Well, why haven’t you said something? Who is he? What does he do? Does he go to church? Is he divorced? I know at your age there’s a high probability anyone you date might have been married before, and I don’t think you should rule that out. Why aren’t you going out with him tonight?”

Immediate regret for my big mouth. I wanted so badly to say, “This would be why I haven’t said anything.” Instead I said, “It’s only been a few phone calls. We haven’t gotten into a whole lot yet.”

“Well, you need to ask these questions! Don’t wait until your heart is involved before your head gets the facts. You need to be your own best advocate.”



Violet Howe enjoys writing romance with humor. She lives in Florida with her husband, who is her knight in shining armor, and their two handsome sons. They share their home with three adorable but spoiled dogs. When she’s not writing, Violet is usually watching movies, reading, or planning her next travel adventure. You can follow Violet’s ramblings on her blog, The Goddess Howe.

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