"Pamela Burford always delivers swoon-worthy romance filled with wry wit and enough sexual tension to keep you turning the pages. Just darn good fun!"
— USA Today best-selling author Julie Ortolon
"Want to see true character growth, the healing power of love, what happens when you look below the surface? Want to read savvy dialog, good imagery, belly-laugh humor?... I feel very lucky that I've been introduced to Pamela Burford's books. Talented writing such as hers makes up for so many lackluster stories on the market."
— The Romance Reader
When four high school friends promise to find husbands for one another if any of them are still single at age thirty, they have no idea how complicated the pact will make their lives twelve years later! Book 1 of the Wedding Ring matchmaker series is Love's Funny That Way.
The Prospective Bride: Raven Muldoon, hypnotherapist by day and aspiring stand-up comic by night. She realizes her matchmaking friends have made a grave mistake—and that's no joke.
The Prospective Groom: Brent Radley, a blind date who appears to be perfect husband material… until Raven meets his sexy-as-sin younger brother, Hunter, owner of the local comedy club. Did her pals pick the wrong brother?
The Hitch: Hunter is no choirboy, but not even he would steal his brother's girlfriend, no matter how tempted he might be. But how committed is Raven to Brent, and he to her?
If I had best friends like these women I’d be better off without friends. I can’t fathom why it’s believable they’d want their friend to stay with someone who cheats and argue that it’s ok if the relationship wasn’t defined as exclusive. The pact to date for a minimum of three months should’ve been voided as soon as the main character was unhappy and it was a legitimate reason as she had given time and effort toward the relationship. The ending was also contradictory to the close friendship. Why would a woman choose to have a surprise wedding when it’s a happy moment most would want to share in planning with others who helped in finding her partner?
A really fun, entertaining book!