Something Blue (The Wedding Trio, book 3) by Daisy Landish

Author: Daisy Landish

Title: Something Blue (The Wedding Trio, book 3)

Genre/Genres: Romance, Contemporary short stories, Contemporary fiction, Contemporary romance, Contemporary romance fiction, Sweet romance, Clean romance, Love stories, U.S. Contemporary Fiction, Contemporary American Fiction, Marriage fiction, Contemporary literature & fiction, Later in life romance, Second chance at love, LGBT romance, LGBTQ romance, LGBTQ+ romance, LGBT fiction, LGBTQ fiction, LGBTQ+ fiction, LGBT romantic fiction, LGBTQ romantic fiction, LGBTQ+ romantic fiction, LGBT love stories, LGBTQ love stories, lGBTQ+ love stories


An Enemies to Lovers Clean Queer Romance

Wedding season is in full swing at Love and Joy, and Dante couldn’t be happier for his loved-up colleagues. Amidst the blissful energy around him, he quietly wonders if he will ever get his own chance at true love, but puts his lingering thoughts aside to focus on the project of the season: planning the biggest wedding of the year for a high-profile socialite and typical Bridezilla. A positive review from her would mean major success for the business, and Dante begins to put his heart and soul into ensuring that every aspect of the wedding is as perfect as ever. 

Managing high-stress situations has always been second nature for Dante. But when Ben Ramos, the city's most sought-after caterer, is hired to assist with the wedding, he panics. While charming and handsome, Ben has a reputation for being a little too laid-back and missing deadlines. He's a control freak's nightmare! Not to mention, he has his fair share of secrets, making his presence in Dante’s life increasingly complicated…

Against their will, Dante and Ben are thrown together to bring the wedding of the year to life - only for the unexpected to occur in more ways than one. 

Something Blue is the third and final standalone book in The Wedding Trio.




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