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I'm Getting Married
     

I'm Getting Married

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by Marilyn Levinson
 
Hedy is recovering from her devastating breakup with Robert. She likes her new job and the people she works with. Then, Robert calls to say he's getting married and wants to see her before he ties the knot. Flummoxed by the announcement, she refuses and tells Robert she's getting married, too. Robert's not one to be put off, and insists that he come to see her. Hedy's

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Hedy is recovering from her devastating breakup with Robert. She likes her new job and the people she works with. Then, Robert calls to say he's getting married and wants to see her before he ties the knot. Flummoxed by the announcement, she refuses and tells Robert she's getting married, too. Robert's not one to be put off, and insists that he come to see her. Hedy's boss, Allen, offers to pretend to be her fiancée to get Robert to go away. The situation gets even more complicated after Allen kisses her and Hedy accepts a date with Robert. Finally realizing what's best for her, Hedy decides to firmly take her future in her hands. A short story.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940014386715
Publisher:
Untreed Reads
Publication date:
05/22/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
111 KB

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I'm Getting Married 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
ELSACARRION More than 1 year ago
Sweet and short....very short. I was barely sinking my teeth into it and the next thing I know it's over (sad face). The characters seem older and both have just gotten out of a very bad relationship. Hedy after being abandoned by Robert goes to work as a bookkeeper for a company owned by brothers, one of the brothers is Allen. Robert has announced that he is getting married and wants to tie up lose ends…yea right. Allen comes to the rescue and sparks start flying. Thank you Marilyn for this short wonderful story and allowing me to read and review it.