Book Reviews of The Unexpected Wedding Guest (Something Old, Something New, Bk 2) (Silhouette Special Edition, No 1541)

The Unexpected Wedding Guest (Something Old, Something New, Bk 2) (Silhouette Special Edition, No 1541)
The Unexpected Wedding Guest - Something Old, Something New, Bk 2 - Silhouette Special Edition, No 1541
Author: Patricia McLinn
ISBN-13: 9780373245413
ISBN-10: 0373245416
Publication Date: 5/1/2003
Pages: 256
Rating:
  • Currently 4.1/5 Stars.
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4.1 stars, based on 8 ratings
Publisher: Silhouette
Book Type: Paperback
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Max Trevetti had known Suz Grant for years. He was like a big brother to her. But when he saw her at his sister's wedding, it wasn't brotherly affection he was feeling.

Suz had always had a little crush on her best friend's brother, but she would have been silly to think he actually saw her as more than a pal. So why was Max suddenly acting so strange? And when he touched her, was that really electricity she felt?

Could these two friends stop trying to save each other from themselves and admit they'd fallen in love?
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Life, love, & family: Special Edition. There's nothing like a wedding to put you in the mood for love...
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Book 2 in the Something Old, Something New series. The story of Max Trevetti and Suz Grant.
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MAX TREVETTI HAD KNOWN SUZ GRANT FOR YRS/ HE WAS LIKE A BIG BROTHER TO HER.BUT WHEN HE SAW HER AT HIS SISTER'S WEDDING IT WAS BROTHERLY AFFECTION HE WAS FEELING.