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My Big Fat Supernatural Wedding
by P. N. Elrod and Sherrilyn Kenyon and Charlaine Harris and L. A. Banks


Overview - An original anthology of romantic tales of marital bliss and the supernatural features a new Dark Hunter tale by Sherrilyn Kenyon, Charlaine Harris's story of the tumultuous wedding of a vampire and a werewolf, P. N. Elrod's story of a reincarnated Elvis serving as a wedding singer, and other works by L.  Read more...

 
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More About My Big Fat Supernatural Wedding by P. N. Elrod; Sherrilyn Kenyon; Charlaine Harris; L. A. Banks
 
 
 
Overview
An original anthology of romantic tales of marital bliss and the supernatural features a new Dark Hunter tale by Sherrilyn Kenyon, Charlaine Harris's story of the tumultuous wedding of a vampire and a werewolf, P. N. Elrod's story of a reincarnated Elvis serving as a wedding singer, and other works by L. A. Banks, Lori Handeland, Susan Krinard, and other notables. Original.

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9780312343606
  • ISBN-10: 0312343604
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
  • Publish Date: October 2006
  • Page Count: 320


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Books > Fiction > Fantasy - Collections & Anthologies
Books > Fiction > Occult & Supernatural

 
Publishers Weekly Reviews

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  • Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page 35.
  • Review Date: 2006-09-04
  • Reviewer: Staff

Nine top fantasists imagine just how amusingly amok a wedding might run in this diverting compilation of original stories on the theme of nuptials among the fey folk. Jim Butcher, the sole male contributor, serves up the book's best romp, "Something Borrowed," in which wizard detective Harry Dresden prompts a bridezilla rampage from a malevolent fairy when he tries to break up her wedding with the werewolf whose intended she is impersonating. In L.A. Banks's amusing "Spellbound," descendants of the Hatfields and McCoys wage a slapstick war of spell and counterspell, while Charlaine Harris's "Tacky" projects the mishaps that might follow a mixed marriage between a werewolf and vampire. Possibly because most of the contributors are better known as novelists, the bulk of the stories read more like comic outtakes from larger works than independently plotted stories. Fans of paranormal romance will welcome the rare chance to see Sherilynn Kenyon, Susan Krinard, Rachel Caine, Lori Handeland and other favorite authors working in short form. (Oct.)

 
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