Cupcakes and Mistletoe: The Wedding by Teresa Crumpton

Are you ready for Calla and Wes to tie the knot… Cupcakes and Mistletoe: The Wedding by Teresa Crumpton is coming February 14!!

Read an excerpt below and preorder NOW!!

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BLURB:

Five months to plan a wedding really isn’t long enough but Calla and Wes don’t want to wait any longer to tie the knot. To close out this magical year with a bang they will say I do. What could go wrong? Calla Bond and Wes Westminster cordially invite you to spend the holidays with them as they become man and wife.

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EXCERPT

Wes Who the hell comes up with names like these? “Are all of these here to audition for the wedding reception?” I ask Rex as he takes the seat next to me and passes the bottle of water over. “Yep. And if any of them are truly any good, I may see if they want to play here once or twice a month. Teagan thinks having a rotation of bands coming in would help on our slower nights,” he tells me before twisting the cap off his water bottle and taking a drink. “Glad my wedding planning is helping you out,” I retort in as much of a bland tone as I can, though I really want to give him shit. “Two birds, one stone. It’s a win-win situation,” he notes, and I have to agree with him on that. “Are we making notes on this sheet of paper?” I nudge it in his direction. “Or did you bring more paper with you?” Rex pulls two pens from his back pocket and hands one over. “We’re just using this page. I seriously doubt we’ll like that many of them. Hell, the names alone are pretty shitty,” he replies, and again, I can’t disagree with him. Whatever they were on when thinking up these names had to be some really good shit. If I was younger––and a lot more stupid––I’d ask for a hit. Pushing my sleeves up, I notice the time on my watch. Oh, this is going to be a long day. “You ready to get started?” Rex asks, rubbing his hands together. “As ready as I’ll ever be.” “First on the list is The Hemorrhagic Flukes,” he announces, pointing to the first name on the list. “Hemorrhagic Flukes, you’re up!” he calls out, and the band moves to get in place.

About Teresa

Teresa Crumpton is a hybrid: she grew up in the Midwest and the American South. She writes dark supernatural thrillers and contemporary romance. She loves classic horror movies and Shakespeare. She never thought she’d turn her passion for writing into a career, but here she is!

When Teresa isn’t writing, you can find her at book signings or traveling the world with the perfect man for her. She’s living the dream and keeping a promise she made to her father before he passed.

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