In Jessica Topper’s novel, DICTATORSHIP of the DRESS (Penguin), the dress-bearer for her mother’s wedding, comic book artist Laney Hudson has a lot more baggage than the bulky garment bag she’s lugging from New York to Hawaii.

Laney is determined to prove she’s capable of doing something right, but running chores for her mom’s fairytale nuptials is proving to be a painfully constant reminder of her own lost love. So when she’s mistaken for the bride and bumped up to first class, Laney figures some stress-free luxury is worth a harmless white lie. Until the flight crew thinks that the man sitting next to her is Laney’s groom, and her little fib turns into a hot mess.

The last thing Noah Ridgewood needs is some dress-obsessed diva landing in his first-class row. En route to his Vegas bachelor party, the straight-laced software designer knows his cold feet have nothing to do with the winter weather.

When a severe storm leaves them grounded in Chicago and they find themselves booked into the last available honeymoon suite, Laney and her in-flight neighbor have little choice but to get better acquainted. Now, as her bridal mission hangs in the balance, perhaps the thing Laney gets right is a second chance at love.

Rock. Write. Repeat.

Jessica Topper broke the rock romance mold with her 2013 debut novel LOUDER THAN LOVE. Her follow-up romantic comedy, DICTATORSHIP OF THE DRESS, was named one of Publishers Weekly’s Best Books of 2015.

After working almost two decades in the music industry, Jessica hung up her touring boots in order to concentrate on her writing. She lives in Western New York with two cats who love to walk across her keyboard, a teenage writer girl and a husband who wishes to remain anonymous.


Thanks to Jess we have a signed copy to giveaway. Have you ever been gifted with a second chance? We’ll announce a winner coon. Good luck.

GIVEAWAY: USA only please

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21 thoughts on “DICTATORSHIP of the DRESS by Jessica Topper – GIVEAWAY CLOSED

  1. This book sounds like a very good page turner! Yes,I have been given second chances and they were for the better! Thank you for sharing about this awesome sounding book.

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  2. I did get a second chance. I retired from my teaching job when I had my second child. Five years later I was rehired in the same district!

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