BOSSY BRIDE: Emma and Jesse Cover Reveal Giveaway! - JA Huss

BOSSY BRIDE: Emma and Jesse Cover Reveal Giveaway!

MAMA DUMAS ONLY HAS ONE DAUGHTER.

ONE STINKIN’ CHANCE TO THROW THE ULTIMATE WEDDING.

AND IF JESSE BOSTON THINKS HE’S GETTING OUT OF IT, HE DOESN’T KNOW HER VERY WELL.

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Let the weddings begin!

I love the Dumas clan. I really do. I adore Emma’s bossy mother, her too-tall, but lovable father, and her three intimidating, tattooed brothers. And Saturday night dinners have been the BEST.

Seriously, the BEST.

I don’t even mind that we have to take Emma’s corporate jet down to Key West every freaking weekend to make that date. They really are everything I never had, and always wanted, in a family.

But… but… they are maybe just a little bit crazy. And that’s saying something considering my last name.

So when Emma gets tired of her mother’s constant wedding plans and offers up a spur-of-the-moment elopement in Vegas… well… my answer is a big, Hell, yeah!

I figured we’d hit up that famous drive-through wedding chapel, tie the knot with Elvis officiating, and make it back home in time for Christmas Eve dinner.

But I might’ve underestimated Emma’s sassy mom just a wee little bit.

Because here she is. At my wedding.

And she is having none of it.

Because she brought everyone with her.


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81 Replies to “BOSSY BRIDE: Emma and Jesse Cover Reveal Giveaway!”

  1. Totally a “bridechilla”…we had a low-key, super small wedding with a backyard reception. When the forecast changed from possible rain to blazing hot, we contacted the attendees and told them the dress code changed from informal to casual (i.e., they should wear shorts…neither we nor the church would be offended).

  2. Bride chilla. My wedding was a court house wedding in a prom dress with only 6 people to witness. One hour of paper chase and a 5 minute ceremony. Then home to my Aunt’s homemade reception fare.

  3. I think I wasn’t but, my husband remembers differently. So, I’m sticking to the story that I’m right and he’s wrong. Lollollol!!!!

  4. Bride chilla all the way. My second marriage so I knew what I did and did not want plus we understood the whole – it’s not really about which flowers we had or what this or that person wore – it was all about our commitment to each other and “let’s have a big ole celebration with the people that matter most to us.” I think we pulled it off in the best way possible and actually had fun, which was the grwhole goal and as an added benefit we did not come out of it “wedding poor.” I really loved our day.

  5. I was totally a bridechilla. The cake was late and my bouquet was not even close to what I ordered, and I just didn’t care. All that really mattered to me was that we ended the day married and that we were surrounded by the love and support of our family and friends. That was over 26 years ago, so I think our priorities were in the right place.

  6. I’ve only been engaged, never married as of yet, mainly because you can’t marry the dead…I mean, unless you’re that chick who marry a pirate’s ghost, and tho I love a good parlay and party at sea… I just don’t see that in the cards for me atm. As for whether I’d be a Bridezilla or not… I doubt it. My plans have always been simple, and could be done anywhere, so most likely I’d opt for a destination wedding/honeymoon, cause I’ve got better things to do than plan a wedding that costs as much as the honeymoon should. lol I’d prefer to spend it on that. 😘

  7. Definitely a bride chilla, took me 30 days to throw together a church wedding. Got married on December 15th then was off work till New Years!

  8. Bridechilla. Not ONE THING went right, other than I married my soulmate… and when it comes down to it, that’s all that matters, right?

  9. I was a bridechilla. Our wedding was a simple affair which is what we wanted and as far as I can remember (it’s 24 years ago) it went well.

  10. Bridechilla! We were engaged for 3 months (we met when I was 17 but didn’t date until I was 25) got married in our backyard- Original plan sandwiches and disposable cameras (22 years ago) – my dad couldn’t handle that and hired a caterer and photographer last minute. I told The caterer to pick whatever color scheme she wanted, they made me choose but I didn’t really care. We were fixing up our house laying vinyl flooring the day before😁

  11. Bridechilla for sure. Married in Vegas after 4 Long Island Ice Tea’s. (My ex had my wedding dress waiting in our suite, and the limo waiting on the lobby). Never believed in marriage, 22 years later we file for divorce, and took 10 years for our divorce to be finalized. He’s still fighting for my assets, though.

  12. I was a Bridechilla. We got married at the court house by the Justice of the Peace and I didn’t even wear a wedding dress, I wore a grey vest and floral skirt combo.

  13. Bridechilla I went to Vegas and got married, but was married in a beautiful little dark wood church style place. Was very surprised to find it sitting back from the Strip. Just our parents and siblings were there with us. Very nice atmosphere and then, let the honeymoon begin lol.

  14. I was a bridezilla for awhile. It was so much work and I was so far away from family. So we said fuck it, called it off and later went to the courthouse without telling anyone. I’m still trying to get rid of that mistake!!!

  15. Bridechilla for the most part! I let my mother-in-law take over the planning. I did kick one person out of my wedding but she was complaining about all the wedding stuff to other people and I didn’t want that negative crap at my wedding. So maybe a good mix lol.

  16. I was very easy going. Got married at City Hall because I wanted to spend the money on a honeymoon and not a wedding. I got a simple dress for under $50. My shoes cost more then the dress.

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