Wiggs’ and Woods’ contributions to the anthology have been previously reviewed by RT. Mallery’s story, “Sister of the Bride,” is an engaging tale about family dysfunction, flawed expectations and becoming adults. The author’s strength is in her characters and the humor and wit they display in the face of ridiculous situations. The protagonist, Katie, is a woman who knows who she is and what she wants, even if that is less than what others expect of her. This is an engaging, light-hearted read that succeeds despite a rather predictable denouement.