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Friday Night Brides by Samantha Chase explores friendship, love and dreams. After all, everyone deserves a happy-ever-after! For  Angie, Becca, Ella and Hailey they have spent their Friday nights together since they were little girls.

From the moment a bride-to-be steps into the first wedding dress the memories are etched forever. Will all of her hopes, dreams and plans become a reality? If you ask Angie, Becca, Ella and Hailey those questions, their answers might surprise you.

This amazing and fresh story weaves four women and the men they love on a journey of hope, love and friendship. Who will walk down the isle? Who will discover that sometimes others expectations should never supersede your own?

It’s time to take a journey that sweeps us through the trials and tribulations of love in a quest for a happy-ever-after. Each of our four heroine’s will depend on the truth and it will come from the most unexpected source. Sometimes the truth hurts but when you have friends like these gals, it makes it easier to work through it.

In a world of fairy tales, dreams and love Samantha has once again charmed us with what I hope is the beginning of a new series. These amazing characters have so much to offer us dear readers. I’m already thinking up what she has in store for the second book!

I received this ARC from the author for a fair and honest review. I hope that you will run and pre-order your copy now. It’s a must read for all dreamers!

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Angie angrily stared at the pile of clothes on her closet floor. “This should not be this difficult,” she muttered as she went back to searching for something to wear. Sean was due to arrive in a little less than an hour and she wasn’t pleased with any item of clothing she owned.

Stomping from the closet in her bra and panties, she tripped over Trampus on her way to grab her phone. Scrolling quickly, she pulled up Hailey’s number.

“Hey, Ang!”

“Okay, I am officially freaking out.”


“Yeah. Uh-oh. I’m totally screwed here.”

“What’s going on? Is Sean still coming?”

“He is but I can’t find anything to wear! Everything is either too dressy or too casual or too squeezy…”


“You know, too tight to go out to eat in. And I really don’t want to break out the Spanx. I’m not prepared for that kind of workout.”

“Plus it would suck later when you’re trying to undress each other,” Hailey said and then snickered.

“Seriously not helping right now! What do I do?”

“Okay,” Hailey began, sounding serious, “where are you going for dinner?”

“I don’t know.”

“Then how do you know what you’ve picked out is too dressy or too casual?”

Angie sighed with annoyance. “Okay, let’s just assume we’re going fairly casual. At least I hope we are. I’m not going to put on jeans and a t-shirt!”

“Of course you’re not,” Hailey said patiently. “You can do a step up from that and still look nice—without looking like you’re trying to impress.” She paused. “Or are you trying to impress?”

“I don’t know what the hell I’m doing. Honestly, I wish he would have just said he was bringing over a pizza or tacos. I would be totally cool with that.”

“You are going to have to come to grips with this new phase of your relationship. It’s obvious Sean is looking for more than dirty weekends and booty calls.”

“Booty call? Did you seriously just use that phrase?”

“What? It’s still a thing,” Hailey said defensively. “And I thought you wanted my help.”

“You’re right, you’re right. Sorry.”

“Okay then…the weather is great tonight so I think you should go with a pair of capris—preferably your black ones—and the turquoise halter with the little bit of beading on it that you wore last month when we went out to celebrate Becca’s birthday.”

Angie stepped back into her closet and found the outfit and examined it. “You don’t think the halter is too much?”

“Too much what?”

“Is the beading too fancy?”

“You wore it to the Cheesecake Factory. I think you’re safe.”

“I really could do with a little less sarcasm right now, Hails. I’m already on edge!”

Author Info:

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New York Times and USA Today Bestseller/contemporary romance writer Samantha Chase released her debut novel, Jordan’s Return, in November 2011. Although she waited until she was in her 40’s to publish for the first time, writing has been a lifelong passion. Her motivation to take that step was her students: teaching creative writing to elementary age students all the way up through high school and encouraging those students to follow their writing dreams gave Samantha the confidence to take that step as well. When she’s not working on a new story, she spends her time reading contemporary romances, playing way too many games of Scrabble or Solitaire on Facebook and spending time with her husband of 25 years and their two sons in North Carolina.

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