Jack and Jill were on thier way to wedded bliss. Then the groom's reaction to the bride's anouncement that she was in a family way threw the planed nuptials into turmoil. Jill's feet inside those lovely beaded slippers were turing awfully cold, and Jack was going to have to be pretty nimble to win his intended back in just seven short hours!
Raining Violets by Ruth Jean Dale:
The way Carrie Duncan saw it, she had two choices. She could either marry Hank brady as planned, or kill him. Unfortunately for him, cool logic prevailed, and she did neither. But now, four months later, thrown together with Carrie as attendants at Hank's sister's wedding, Hank was learning the hard way that forgiving and forgetting was not in his ex-fiancee's vocabulary!
She's the One! by Kate Hoffmann:
Chase Donnelly had absolutely no intention of heeding his grandmother's prediction about the woman he'd marry. Though it was pretty strange that he encountered Natalie Hillyard the very next day. She fit the description to a T... but she was engaged to someone else. That did it! For Chase, the challenge of conquest was always irresistible!