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Something Borrowed, Something Blue: Something Old / Something New / Something Borrowed / Something Blue
Something Borrowed Something Blue Something Old / Something New / Something Borrowed / Something Blue
Author: Elaine Barbieri, Constance O'Banyon, Evelyn Rogers, Bobbi Smith
ISBN-13: 9780843947250
ISBN-10: 084394725X
Publication Date: 6/13/2000
Pages: 394
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 18 ratings
Publisher: Leisure Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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4 separate and distinct stories from 4 different authors...each about weddings...
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Is there anything more beautiful than a bride? Anything more emotional than a wedding? Here to capture that shimmering excitement, to bring to life the matrimonial mantra of 'Something old, something new,' are four spellbinding novellas by four historical-romance stars. In Something Old, Elaine Barbieri crafts a suspenseful tale of an old grudge-and dangerously arrange an arrogant bachelor father, a mysterious baby nurse, and a motherless newborn into the portrait of a proper South Carolina clan? In Evelyn Rogers Something Borrowed, a pretty widow and a gambler on the lam borrow identities other Something Blue, Bobbi Smith deftly engages a debonair cavalry officer and a feisty saloon girl in a moving tale of sexy steel and heart-melting magnolias. So start reading...and get ready to start humming "Here Comes the Bride"!
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These were four happy-ever-after stories of couples who struggled but overcame. Short enough to read one before bedtime each night. Enjoyed these.