Chose the Wrong Guy, Gave Him the Wrong Finger

Beth Harbison. St. Martin’s, $25.99 (384p) ISBN 978-0-3125-9913-3
Runaway bride Quinn Barton helps make other women’s wedding dreams come true, but can’t find her own happy ending in this smart, funny, and unapologetically romantic tale of finding love—and the guts to embrace it. Harbison (When In Doubt, Add Butter) hits all the right notes with wounded Quinn, who runs a wedding gown business in the Virginia suburbs; Burke Morrison, the guy she left at the altar after his brother Frank told her about Burke’s serial cheating; and Glenn, Quinn’s gay pal, who—10 years after Quinn’s wedding fiasco—helps coax the shell-shocked seamstress out of her rut with a riotous “Go Commando Day.” But Burke and Frank’s grandmother Dottie is the one who finally forces Quinn to face her demons and move on, though Quinn, a self-described Cinderella, just can’t seem to decide who her Prince Charming is. Harbison keeps the conflict interesting with a clever parade of brides-to-be. “Most people are smart enough to remember they ended it for a reason in the first place, but not us,” admits one divorcee before remarrying her ex. Agent: Annelise Robbey, Jane Rotrosen Agency. (July)
Reviewed on: 05/27/2013
Release date: 07/09/2013
Genre: Fiction
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