The whole story so far can be found here.
So Lori-Anne tried full-figure dress after full-figured dress. She thought she looked lovely in most of them, but when she shyly turned to Kay, she found that her mentor--her trainer, really, in the ways of being Joe's perfect bride--still wore a dissatisfied look. All Lori-Anne wanted was to find a gown so that they could move on to looking for the part of the bridal ensemble that made her heart stop every time she imagined herself wearing it: the veil.
Finally, when Lori-Anne had begun to cry after Kay rejected the third dress about which Lori-Anne had said, "Don't I look beautiful?" Kay gave her a stern look.
"Don't think I don't know what you're doing, Lori-Anne," she said.
"What am I doing?" Lori-Anne replied, thunder-struck.
"You're pretending you don't understand what Joe's really interested in, when it comes to how you look on your wedding-day. You think you're going to be a princess all in white, when what you'll really be is my brother's little whore."
Visit another Taboo Tuesday post, from my friend and colleague Joelle Casteel.