Book Reviews of Flower Girl Bride (Love Inspired, No 394)

Flower Girl Bride (Love Inspired, No 394)
Flower Girl Bride - Love Inspired, No 394
Author: Dana Corbit
ISBN-13: 9780373874309
ISBN-10: 0373874308
Publication Date: 4/1/2007
Pages: 256
Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 35 ratings
Publisher: Steeple Hill
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Enjoyable Christian romance set on the shores of the Michigan great lakes.
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I always prayed for happily-ever after.... Then, I, Cassie Blake got divoced and lost all faith in men.

My Aunt and Uncle however are proof of love's enduring power. After a quarter century they are renewing their vows and want the original wedding party to help celebrate.
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I always prayed for a happily-ever-after...then I, Cassie Blake, got divorced and lost my faith in men. Well, that isn't exactly true...my aunt and uncle are proof of love's enduring power. After a quarter century, they're renewing their vows and want the original wedding party to help celebrate. But I can't believe who's also been invited: Luke Sheridan, former ring bearer to my flower girl. He probably doesn't remember the kiss we shared under the reception table.
Luke's a widowed single dad now. With several matchmakers on hand, the biggest question is, will we end up being the ones to tie the knot this time?
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A good book.
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"I always prayed for a happily -ever-after.....
Then, I, Cassie Blaake, got divorced and lost my faith in men. Well, that isn't exactly true ....my aunt and uncle are proof of love's enduring power. After a quarter century, they're renewing their vows and want the original wedding party to help celebrate. But I can't beleive who's also been invited: Luke Sheridan, former ring bearer to my flower girl. He probably doesn't remember the kiss we shared under the reception table. Luke's a widowed single daad now. With several matchmakers on hand, the biggest question is, will we end up being the ones to tie the knot this time?