Royal Weddings - Stephanie Laurens,  Gaelen Foley,  Loretta Chase These three historical stories are only 77 pages combined, so it won't take you very long to read, but I enjoyed them all. Each peripherally involves a royal wedding, but a non-royal couple is the focus of the tale. The stories are all super-short, so don't expect any passionate love scenes or a ton of character development, but each story is sweet and romantic.

In Stephanie Laurens' "The Wedding Planner," a woman who lost her fiance to war meets up with a man from her past.

"Ever After" by Gaelen Foley is about a married woman afraid her husband is having an affair.

Loretta Chase's story, "The Jilting of Lord Rothwick," is about a wealthy young woman who breaks off her engagement to a poor but aristocratic peer.

This is an e-book released in honor of the royal wedding, so if you're into William/Kate's nuptials, you'll like this book. If you're sick of royal wedding mania, skip it.