• The Wedding Wager – Audiobook
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Book 3 in the USA Today Bestselling McMaster the Disaster series.

Josie's back and she's getting married!

Except, how is she supposed to plan a wedding when her mother and her best friend Mattie both think they're the designated wedding planner, and none of their ideas are remotely similar? Mom wants super-traditional and Mattie wants… well, the complete opposite.

And that's not all Josie has to deal with. The gossip hounds are as invasive as ever; setting up polls on everything from what shoes she'll wear to when the divorce will be! Can't a girl at least get married first?

But the marriage is threatened when the Disaster Diary provides Josie with an opportunity of a lifetime and the real question becomes: with the stakes so high, is Josie willing to risk it all and take a chance on herself?

Product Details

  • File Size: 827 KB
  • Print Length: 176 pages
  • Publication Date: January 8, 2012
  • Sold by: ¬†Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
  • X-Ray: Enabled
  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

Customer Reviews

A perfect ending…

 on December 20, 2017
By Dawn
to a non-fairy tale fairy tale. Rachel Astor fully fleshes out her characters so you can see them as real people. Any one of them could be your next door neighbor. The reader can relate to and become invested in the characters.

A cute ending to the trilogy.

 on January 8, 2014
By Brittany Gardner
In this third installment, Josie finally gets to marry Jake. But it takes a lot of effort to get her there. She can’t decide who should plan her wedding, her mother or Mattie, so she never sets the record straight and has them both planning completely different weddings. She struggles with including Jake in big life decisions, and she ends up befriending a paparazzi and spilling her friends’ secrets. Josie wouldn’t be Josie without a bit of disaster.

Not as good as the first two but it was an enjoyable read.

 on April 24, 2014
By Meaghan L.
I finished this book fairly quickly too which was nice.

WOW……….Just WOW!

 on April 3, 2016
By Kindle Customer
Read ALL the books in the Josie McMaster the Disaster series – one right after the other. Sweet, heartwrenching, and hilarious by turns,(OMG, I laughed SO hard) this is one of the most memorable novels that I have read. Buy it, download it, read it and ENJOY! In case you haven’t noticed, I LOVE IT!! Thank you, Rachel Astor, for creating this jewel for us to delight us.

Five Stars

 on August 4, 2017
good read

Delightful Conclusion

 on March 18, 2016
By Deborah Porter
After a great book 1 and a slightly disappointing book 2, I wasn’t sure what to expect for book 3. I needn’t have worried, though. The Wedding Wager was a very good conclusion to the McMaster the Disaster series.

Loved it

9 people found this helpful.
 on January 16, 2012
By Ellielasherw
I had waited for this book to come out! I fell in love with this series and was so happy to find the third book was out! I loved it! It was cute, funny, and just good hearted reading. I am hoping for another installment in this series! If you are looking for a good laugh, good characters and a book that leaves you feeling good I recommend this book!!!

Five Stars

 on September 6, 2017
By Ellen
Loved book 3 of the McMaster’s.

Five Stars

 on May 1, 2017
By Shelly counsell
great book


 on September 6, 2012
By icequeen
I got this book based on the wedding cake and the word wedding. I love weddings! Upon reading the first few lines, I was hooked. The author was incredibly humorous and the next thing I knew: I was done with the book. At first I felt ripped off, because I’m all about happy endings, but then I figured I would just have to read the second book to keep going on what happens next.