Sealed with a Kiss

Today is June 30 th- and the last day of our Wedding Event @ Lisa Everyday Life. I hope you have enjoyed the Post and maybe found something interesting.  Lisa 

Our Last Doodle will be a Kiss ! No not the Band (telling my age)

 

Lips, kiss colored

A Kiss can Mean many things for many people –

In some situations, a kiss is a ritual, formal or symbolic gesture indicating devotion, respect, or sacrament. The word came from Old English cyssan (“to kiss“), in turn from coss (“a kiss“).

Some anthropologists have suggested that the Greeks learned about erotic kissing from the Indians when Alexander the Great invaded India in 326 BC. However, this need not mean that kissing originated in India, or indeed that it does not predate the oral roots of the Vedic texts.

 

In a Wedding  Ceremony It comes After I pronounce you man and wife.

 

 

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Originally, it was assumed that the bride and groom had not kissed before the wedding so this would traditionally be their first kiss, and in Roman times kissing was a legal bond that sealed all contracts. However, though many ceremonies do include this line, the kiss is not   traditionally a part of the religious ceremony.But now enjoyable part that seals the marriage between two people.

 

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The Wedding Kiss

“If you like Nora Roberts, you will enjoy this series! My problem with these books, is once I start reading them, I don’t want to put them down!” ~ 5 star review for The Wedding Kiss

 

“I love this whole series and Lucy Kevin is an amazing writer. This was one of the first series of books I read on my e-reader and I could not put it down.” ~ 5 star review for The Wedding Kiss

 

Lucy Kevin is the “sweet” pen-name of New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Bella Andre (who writes the #1 bestselling series about The Sullivans). Lucy Kevin books are fun, flirty and romantic–without the steamy scenes.

 

BOOK DESCRIPTION: Rose Martin, proprietor of San Francisco’s premiere wedding venue the Rose Chalet, is trying to convince herself that the man she’s marrying in a week is the right one for her. But with only seven days left until he loses her forever to another man, RJ Knight, the landscaper and handyman at the chalet, can’t step aside any longer. He might not be a wealthy member of San Francisco high society like her fiancé, but RJ is desperately in love with Rose…and he’s pretty darn sure that she’s in love with him, too. Now, with help from the rest of the Rose Chalet staff, he just needs to prove it.

 

THE WEDDING KISS is the fifth fun, sweet, and emotional contemporary romance in the Four Weddings and a Fiasco series from New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, Lucy Kevin.

 

“Four Weddings and a Fiasco” Series
Book 1: The Wedding Gift
Book 2: The Wedding Dance
Book 3: The Wedding Song
Book 4: The Wedding Dress
Book 5: The Wedding Kiss

 

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2 thoughts on “Sealed with a Kiss

  1. susantrombleyblog

    Wait, wait, wait…in Roman times kissing was a legal bond that sealed ALL contracts?

    You mean if your average Roman went down to the horse dealership and bought a Pinto, he’d have to smooch with the dealer to finalize the transfer of ownership? What if the dealer had just finished some very garlicky pasta?

    I’ve really enjoyed all these bits of history on weddings, even though my wedding is long past and was a simple JP ceremony (about as romantic as…well, buying a Pinto) Still, that ceremony lasted us 18 years, so I guess in the long run, it’s what comes after the wedding day that really matters.

    Thank you for sharing.

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