"Amusing contemporary romance"
In Kansas City, Cydney Parrish is stunned to learn that
her beloved teenage niece Bebe who lives with her is
marrying Aldo Munroe. Cydney did not even know nineteen-
year old Bebe was even seriously dating one person let
alone engaged. The wedding is to occur as soon as Bebe's
Pulitzer Prize winning mother returns from Moscow next week.
When Aldo's Uncle Gus, a best selling reclusive mystery
author learns that his beloved nephew whom he raised was
getting married he concluded the fiancée was a gold-
digger. He leaves his retreat in Crooked Possum, Missouri
to challenge Bebe and learn her true motive. When he
arrives in Kansas City at Cyd's home, he finds his inner
mind thinking that Bebe's Aunt "Uncle" Cyd is beautiful.
As he ends up with one injury after another, Gus and Cyd
fall in love.
MOTHER OF THE BRIDE is an amusing contemporary romance
starring two pleasant lead characters whose
respective "inner minds" hold delightfully entertaining
soliloquies. The story line is amusing though why Cyd puts
up with what she does from her family makes her more than a
chump and a wimp. Lynn Michaels plays her tale totally for
laughs so that the audience obtains a jocular tale that
keeps everyone smiling throughout.
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted May 9, 2002