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The dress, the flowers, the festivities--every woman dreams of the perfect wedding. But nothing matters more than your dashing groom. . .

"Border Bride" by Shannon Donnelly
Eloping to Gretna Green was the only way spirited Claire Roxburgh could escape an arranged marriage to the sour elderly gentleman her father had chosen. But she didn't count on her betrothed bringing along his best friend, army officer ...
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My Dashing Groom

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Overview

The dress, the flowers, the festivities--every woman dreams of the perfect wedding. But nothing matters more than your dashing groom. . .

"Border Bride" by Shannon Donnelly
Eloping to Gretna Green was the only way spirited Claire Roxburgh could escape an arranged marriage to the sour elderly gentleman her father had chosen. But she didn't count on her betrothed bringing along his best friend, army officer Alan Carlton. And as her "true love" began to show his true colors, Claire began to wonder if Carlton should be the man standing with her at the altar. . .

"Love Lessons" by Donna Simpson
With nowhere else to go, penniless Linnet Pelham took refuge with her sister in London only to find that her sister's betrothal to Lord Cairngrove was the scandal of the ton. Linnet was determined to see the wedding take place, which meant convincing Cairngrove's brother Nic Barton that the union was right. Two more different people had never lived, yet Linnet couldn't help imagining another ceremony, with Nic as her own groom. . .

"Steal My Heart" by Hayley Solomon
When Lady Fern Reynolds confided in a sympathetic houseguest that she was considering running away to London to escape betrothal to an unknown suitor, she didn't expect him to offer her shelter. And she certainly didn't imagine tumbling for him, the Viscount Sandford. But that was the least of her surprises, as she discovered the wedding was to go on as planned--and her groom was strangely familiar. . .
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781420131109
  • Publisher: Kensington
  • Publication date: 6/1/2002
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 256
  • Sales rank: 721,808
  • File size: 542 KB

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