My Big Fat Supernatural Wedding

My Big Fat Supernatural Wedding - Jim Butcher, Sherrilyn Kenyon, Rachel Caine, Susan Krinard, P.N. Elrod, L.A. Banks, Charlaine Harris, Lori Handeland, Esther M. Friesner A selection of paranormal stories set around weddings. Some quite good and some just ho-hum. Spellbound by L A Banks is a story about the Hatfields and McCoys and two members of the clan who fall in love but the family magic gets in the way. Not too bad but L A Banks isn't an author that I really enjoy, this nearly made it for me but not quite. Something Borrowed by Jim Butcher fits in somewhere after Summer Knight and features the marriage of two werewolves and some suspicious behaviour that Dresden has to investigate with some help from Murphy. Quite a lot of fun actually. Dead Man's Chest by Rachel Caine is a story of a woman getting married on a pirate ship who finds out that there's more about the men on the ship than meets the eye. There were some moments that didn't quite work with this one but most of it was quite good. All Shook Up - P N Elrod - A wedding caterer who can see futures meets an Elvis impersonator. Quite a fun read and the characters were quite fun. The Wedding of Wylda Serene by Esther M Friesner is a story and exclusive golf course and random legendary greek types. Fun and interesting. Charmed by the Moon by Lori Handeland is a story of a woman dealing with wedding jitters and wondering if her feelings for her partner are real or induced by magic. Would probably make more sense if you're familiar with the series. Tacky by Charlaine Harris is a story of a wedding between a vampire and a werewolf and the variety of opponents to the union. A Hard Day's Night-Searcher - Sherrilyn Kenyon is a story in the Dark-Hunter series. A squire writes a story that reflects the stories of the Dark Hunters has to go into hiding, his Dark Hunter gets another squire who is obsessed by the safety of their Dark Hunter. ...or forever hold your peace by Susan Krinard - is a story of an interrupted marriage and an alternative victorian England where people have magic that they inherit. Referred to as a Kit & Olivia story I'd like to read more. This is the second story in this sequence that I've read and I would like more. It's supernatural romance and if that isn't your thing neither will this set of stories, however I enjoyed them and there were a few that made me want to search out more by the author. Some weren't so strong but then again I'm not always a fan of the author themselves. My favourite stand-alone stories were Or Forever Hold your Peace and All Shook Up.