Overview

Back when thirty-one year old Polly Faith Harmony’s feminist mother burned her bra, she wasn’t thinking ahead to the day she’d want grandchildren. Behind Polly’s back, her mother enlists the help of her four great-uncles -- the Catholic priest, the Episcopalian priest, the Jewish rabbi, and the gay Unitarian minister. The five relatives embark on an all out campaign to find Polly a mate in time to beat her biological clock. Like all loving relatives on a mission, they play dirty. My Big Fat Greek Wedding morphs ...
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Four Uncles and a Wedding

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Overview

Back when thirty-one year old Polly Faith Harmony’s feminist mother burned her bra, she wasn’t thinking ahead to the day she’d want grandchildren. Behind Polly’s back, her mother enlists the help of her four great-uncles -- the Catholic priest, the Episcopalian priest, the Jewish rabbi, and the gay Unitarian minister. The five relatives embark on an all out campaign to find Polly a mate in time to beat her biological clock. Like all loving relatives on a mission, they play dirty. My Big Fat Greek Wedding morphs into My Big Fat Multi-Ecumenical Wedding in Emma Carlyle’s Four Uncles and a Wedding.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014620802
  • Publisher: Lois Winston
  • Publication date: 7/13/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 245,434
  • File size: 934 KB

Meet the Author

Once upon a time there was an author who began writing romance and chick lit. She won awards for her unpublished manuscripts and eventually sold two of them, both of which also won published awards. Life was all hearts and flowers and hunky heroes until one day she was attacked by a glue gun wielding amateur sleuth who forced the author to write her story. Thus, author Lois Winston turned her attentions from romance and chick lit to mystery, writing the critically acclaimed Anastasia Pollack Crafting Mysteries.

However, Lois found she had more romance and chick lit stories to tell. So she decided to split her personality, remaining Lois Winston for mystery, becoming Emma Carlyle for romance and chick lit, and diving into the digital publishing revolution.
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