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Midnight Champagne
Midnight Champagne
Author: A. Manette Ansay
April Liesgang and Caleb Shannon have known each other for just three short months, so their Valentine's Day wedding at a chapel near the shores of Lake Michigan has both families in an uproar. As the festivities unfold (and the cash bar opens), everyone has an opinion and a lively prediction about April and Caleb's union, each the reflection of...  more
ISBN-13: 9780380729753
ISBN-10: 038072975X
Publication Date: 8/1/2000
Pages: 240
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3.6 stars, based on 57 ratings
Publisher: Harper Perennial
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover
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Less grim than some of the author's work, it nonetheless retains a gritty feel. The story is of a wedding, beginning as the bride dresses and ending at the midnight toast at the reception. Along the way we explore the families and closest acquaintances of the couple as well as the hearts and histories of the bride and groom, as the night with accompanying heavy snows goes on. Ansay is a master of imagery - I'll retain the image of the bride in her mother's too-hastily altereed gown with the pearls dropping off at every move for a long time.
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Quick read, a little bit sweet, haunting & touching all at once.
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I really enjoyed this slice of small town life and family dynamics!

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Had a hard time getting through this book. There was nothing inherently wrong with it except for the fact that I didn't really get the point. It had the makings for an interesting story - quirky lodge, wedding, disapproving family members, murder. But nothing really happened and I was kind of bored with it. Bummer.


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