My eBook Debut!

I’m excited to announce the debut of my first eBook, The Substitute Bride!  This eBook is a collection of three intertwined short stories.  The thing they all have in common is one very special wedding. The eBook contains the lead story, The Substitute Bride, as well as The Best Man’s Secret and The Wedding Planner’s Apprentice.


The Substitute Bride by Victoria M. Johnson

The Substitute Bride

I’m a romantic and I’ve always loved attending weddings; partly because of the festive atmosphere, the romance, and of course all the bling. And, like millions of people worldwide, I got caught up in the excitement of the royal wedding of Prince William to Kate Middleton and I was inspired to write these stories. While royals aren’t the stars of The Substitute Bride, I think you’ll enjoy these everyday characters and their engaging stories. (The Bride on the cover kind of looks like Kate, don’t you think?) Another difference is that the royal wedding went off without a glitch, whereas in these stories, things don’t quite go as expected.


The eBook is available at in several formats for most e-reader devices or just to download on your computer, and also at Amazon.



Royal Wedding Fever

I’ve been an avid royal watcher for many years. My interest truly deepened when Lady Diana Spencer entered the scene. Her mystique, her style, and her charm had me hooked. I’ll admit I awoke at 5 am Pacific Time to watch Prince Charles and Lady Diana’s wedding live. And I’ll certainly awake at 3 am to see the nuptials of Prince William to Kate Middleton.

Prince William and Kate Middleton (BBC America)

I love attending weddings anyway, but a royal wedding, I wouldn’t want to miss that. First of all, they don’t come along that often. Secondly, I like William and Kate. They make an adorable couple and I wish them the love and happiness that eluded William’s parents. As a confirmed romantic, I hope they live happily ever after. But at their wedding I want to see The DRESS, and lots of BLING, and all the PAGEANTRY. It’s been a long year after all and I’d like a little escape about now. By witnessing the wedding celebration it’s a pleasant reaffirmation that fairytales can come true. If you’d rather sleep in, don’t worry; there will be plenty of televised highlights and Web Sites that will cover all the fascinating details.