Campaign: The Wedding Tour Part Two by Sheena Binkley

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    Tia Simmons can’t wait to be Mrs. Charles Robinson. She has everything planned, from the venue to the caterer, making everything completely perfect. Or, so she thought. When she hires Camille to be her wedding coordinator, paranoia comes into play when she thinks her best friend is trying to sabotage her wedding. Along with the issues she’s having with Camille, she also has to deal with her new extended family, making her wonder if she’s going nuts. But when unexpected news shatters Tia’s world, she’s not sure if she should tell anyone about it or if she should keep it to herself until the wedding is over. 

    Charles Robinson is totally in love with Tia and would do anything for their special day. Whatever Tia wants, he’s in agreement with. Except hiring Camille as their wedding coordinator. When issues clash between the three, will it test their friendship? Along with the issues he’s having with the reappearance of his father and a brother who can’t be trusted, Charles has to wonder which is more important – trying to do the right thing or being happy. 

    Book: The Wedding Part Two
    Author: Sheena Binkley
    Series: In Love with My Best Friend, Book 4
    Publication Date: June 18, 2014



    Love. With the way my life was heading, I didn't think I would ever experience it. I thought it was a figment of my imagination, considering the history I had with women. When Tia hurt me 13 years ago, I thought the chance of us being together was hopeless. Although I'd lived my life unfocused and not caring about being in love, she'd done the same. Now, after sorting out our feelings, we were able to reconnect, and we are happy, truly and utterly in love. I don't ever want to live my life without her, and now, I won't have to think about that ever again.

    In the past year, we had grown, learning more about ourselves and each other. I realized she was everything to me. I would would through fire for her. Hell, I would even die for her. That's how much in love with her I am.

    I could say part of my theory on love was contributed by none other than my father, Dwayne Robinson. He walked out on my mom when I was seven-years-old because he fell out of love with her and moved on with his secretary. Today, he was happily married to the same woman and had three kids who I just now wanted to get to know after 25 years. After all he had done to my mother and me, I couldn't stand the sight of him. To this day, I still held a lot of animosity towards him, and I hope I would never have to speak to him again.

    Color me surprised when the person I despised most was standing on my damn doorstep. He gave me a solemn expression as he took a deep breath.

    "Hello, son."


    Sheena Binkley first discovered her love for storytelling when writing her first story for a class project at the tender age of nine. Since then, she has composed several short stories and numerous tales that are not only engaging, but simply entertaining. She is also a freelance writer, penning articles on various topics including education and entertainment. 
    Besides writing, she loves reading, shopping, and spending time with family and friends. She lives in Houston (where the weather is always unpredictable) with her husband and son.


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