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One Bride Too Many & One Groom to Go [NOOK Book]

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ONE BRIDE TOO MANY

Marriage was never in the cards for Cole Bailey. But his grandfather is demanding he marry a "nice" girl—and soon! When he asks his old chum Tess Morgan to hook him up with her single friends, she's less than thrilled. How can she prove SHE'S the perfect one…and that there's simply one bride too many?

ONE GROOM TO GO

Zack Bailey is determined to avoid the marriage trap. It's bad enough that...

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ONE BRIDE TOO MANY

Marriage was never in the cards for Cole Bailey. But his grandfather is demanding he marry a "nice" girl—and soon! When he asks his old chum Tess Morgan to hook him up with her single friends, she's less than thrilled. How can she prove SHE'S the perfect one…and that there's simply one bride too many?

ONE GROOM TO GO

Zack Bailey is determined to avoid the marriage trap. It's bad enough that he has to guest-star on a women's home-improvement show. Gorgeous host Megan Danbury is so picky, he's ready to swear off females for good! But when sparks start flying on the set, Zack sees Megan in a whole new—and very attractive!—light. Maybe he's more than ready to suit up and walk down the aisle after all!


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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781460375204
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 3/15/2014
  • Sold by: HARLEQUIN
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: Original
  • Pages: 384
  • File size: 874 KB

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Amusing twin tales

    ¿One Bride Too Many¿. Marsh Bailey informs his two grandsons, Cole and Zach that they will marry nice girls and soon or he will sell the family interest in Bailey Baby Products. Trying to keep the peace with his beleaguered mom, Bailey loses the coin flip and has to find a wife first. He chooses a wedding as the perfect place to find a virginal bride for himself. One of the bridesmaids is an old buddy who looks quite good to Bailey so he asks Tess Morgan to help him find a wife. He is unaware that Tess believes she is the perfect spouse for Cole. <P>¿In One Groom To Go¿, Zach Bailey roots for his sibling to get married and have the next generation so he can skate free of the matrimony noose. However, he also knows he cannot appear to do nothing while waiting for Cole to come to the mark or else his ruthless grandfather will call his bluff. Zach persuades home-improvement show Megan Danbury to fake being his girlfriend and in return he will save her foundering TV career. However, she might need him for her career and he to keep the stock inside the family, but neither expected love to mess up the equation <P> The Bad Bailey Brothers are quite a duet as their antics to avoid marriage while trying to help their beloved mom leads to amusement for the audience. Jennifer Drew provides readers twice the fun with twin romantic romps that readers will enjoy as the sexy siblings find love even as they avoid commitment. <P>Harriet Klausner

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