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One Eager Bride To Go [NOOK Book]

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The Wedding Ring: Four high school friends and a pact—every girl marries her ideal man by thirty or be prepared for matchmaking.

The Bride-to-Be: Sunny Bleecker, a woman who has waited tables at Wafflemania for twelve years…and waited the same amount of time for her knight in shining armor to rescue her from that. She’ s still waiting…

The Prospective Groom: Kirk Larsen is starting a new life in his old home town. Between teaching and raising ...

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One Eager Bride To Go

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Overview


The Wedding Ring: Four high school friends and a pact—every girl marries her ideal man by thirty or be prepared for matchmaking.

The Bride-to-Be: Sunny Bleecker, a woman who has waited tables at Wafflemania for twelve years…and waited the same amount of time for her knight in shining armor to rescue her from that. She’ s still waiting…

The Prospective Groom: Kirk Larsen is starting a new life in his old home town. Between teaching and raising a toddler, he’ s not really looking for romance, but being with Sunny is as easy as it was twelve years ago. Almost.

The Hitch: Sunny is dubious when The Wedding Ring fixes her up with her high school sweetheart, but her doubts soon evaporate. Sunny’ s suddenly walking on air, dreaming of a white picket fence and a passel of kids, but she’ s about to come down to earth with a crash. Because Kirk has news that she doesn’ t want to hear…

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781459217973
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 10/17/2011
  • Series: Wedding Ring Series , #820
  • Sold by: HARLEQUIN
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: Original
  • Pages: 224
  • File size: 311 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 3, 2001

    A romance that is just that

    This is definitely a keeper. A romance that really has heart. I unfortunately read this book after it's sequel so I knew some things I shouldn't have before I read it. These books are meant to be read in order and you really should read them in that order! But the story is wonderful. Sunny and Kirk have a history, they were high school sweethearts. Then he left... Sunny has never really found anyone to replace Kirk in her heart but when he comes back to town she wants nothing to do with him, however because of the wedding ring pact she must date him for 3 months. This story is really about a woman who must decides what is more important all of her dreams or the husband of her dreams. Another theme of the story is there is no such thing as 'Complete Perfection.'

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Enjoyable matchmaking romance

    Back in high school, the quartet of friends believed in the sanctimony of romance and vowed to help each one find a cherished loved one if they had not married by thirty. As the young ladies turn thirty, none of them have attained the eternal ring. Thus, the matchmaking has begun in earnest resulting in Raven (LOVE¿S FUNNY THAT WAY) and Charli (I DO, BUT HERE¿S THE CATCH) obtaining their heart¿s desire. <P>The team chooses her high school sweetheart Kirk Larson as Sunny Bleecker¿s target. The former Stanford professor is a widower with a toddler while Sunny is still the waitress she was when he left for California to go to college. To Sunny he remains the sexy person who was her only real boyfriend. Yet the attraction between them remains strong, but turns into an adult love. Still, he grieves his beloved first wife, making a permanent relationship between them unattainable. <P> The third ¿Wedding Ring¿ novel, ONE EAGER BRIDE TO GO, is a warm contemporary romance that continues the fun of the first two novels. Sunny lives up to her name while Kirk provides angst as he struggles between his love for Sunny and his love for the deceased Linda. The story line is entertaining especially with visits from the other threesome trying to make the impossible become possible. Fans of the series will eagerly await the final installment as the young women merge their talents to find a loving husband for the last to turn thirty, twice divorced and world class skeptic Amanda. <P>Harriet Klausner

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