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The Wedding Cake War
     

The Wedding Cake War

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by Lynna Banning
 

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Extra! Extra! Mail-Order Brides Compete To See Who Can Deliver!

That should be the headline in the Gazette, Lolly Mayfield swore. Here she'd gotten up the gumption to answer an ad, only to find herself competing for bride status against two other women, with Kellen Macready as the extremely eligible—and very

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Extra! Extra! Mail-Order Brides Compete To See Who Can Deliver!

That should be the headline in the Gazette, Lolly Mayfield swore. Here she'd gotten up the gumption to answer an ad, only to find herself competing for bride status against two other women, with Kellen Macready as the extremely eligible—and very masculine—prize!

If it weren't for charity, Kellen Macready would never have agreed to be the grand prize in a public matchmaking contest. But then he'd never have met Lolly Mayfield—sassy, direct, outrageous and the one woman in the competition, or out of it, able to make his slumbering heart wake up and sing!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781459224124
Publisher:
Harlequin
Publication date:
12/15/2011
Sold by:
HARLEQUIN
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
288
Sales rank:
771,379
File size:
829 KB

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Meet the Author

Lynna Banning combines a lifelong love of history and literature into a satisfying career as a writer. In the past she has worked as an editor and technical writer, and has taught English and journalism. An amateur pianist and harpsichordist, Lynna performs on psaltery, harp, and recorders with two medieval music groups and coaches ensembles in her spare time. She lives in Felton, in the Santa Cruz Mountains, with two cats and a very nervous canary.

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The Wedding Cake War (Harlequin Historical #730) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Lolly is eager to marry, so eager that she sets off across country to marry a man she's never met in a town in which she knows no one. To her dismay, two other prospective brides are waiting-- and the Ladies Helpful Society plans to pit them against each other in a contest. The prize: The groom. This light-hearted novel is the perfect antidote to a hard day. Each bride-to-be gets what she deserves. Lolly herself is a great character. She knows what she wants and goes after it, without being daunted by the obstacles in her way, and she's kind and resourceful. This book is also special for another reason. Lolly, unlike any heroine in any romance I've read, is plump, and the hero thinks she's beautiful. It was great to see a heroine who does not conform to the usual very narrow and artificial idea of perfection.
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