Nora Roberts didn't become an immediate best-selling author, but once she sold her first novel, she never looked back. A mother of two small children at the time, Roberts began writing in 1979 with a number-two pencil and a spiral notebook. She wrote sporadically while her two sons were at school, a schedule she maintained long after they had grown up and gone to college. Two years and several manuscripts after her initial attempt, her first novel, "Irish Thoroughbred", appeared, the first of over 100 novels she would write in the following two decades. While having dabbled in many of the genre's forms, Roberts has found most of her success writing contemporary romances flavored with both suspense and adventure. The youngest of five children, Roberts grew up in Silver Spring, Maryland. In 1968, she married Ronald Aufdem-Brinke, the father of her two children, but divorced him in 1985, the same year she married her second husband, Bruce Wilder.
"The always impressive Roberts returns to her traditional romantic roots with . . . a story filled with warmth, humor and touching friendships. This is a wonderful and cozy read."
From the Publisher
In this charming contemporary romance from genre master Nora Roberts, a commitment-phobic wedding photographer finds her life turned upside down when she falls for the best man at a wedding. Mac is feeling burned-out on brides and weddings, and her plan is to keep the affair casual. But it quickly becomes more serious than she had ever expected, and she relies on close friends to help her sort out her feelings. Roberts is considered one of the most popular romance writers in the world, with an average of 21 of her books sold every minute, and 160 of her titles on the New York Times bestseller list over the years.
"Presents a tale of wedding photographer Mackensie ""Mac"" Elliot, who falls into the arms of safe, stable English teacher Carter McGuire as relief from the onslaught of bridezillas; but Mac soon begins to wonder if what began as a casual fling could blossom into her own happy ending. Read by Emily Durante. Reissue."