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Going to the Chapel
by Rochelle Alers and Gwynne Forster and Donna Hill


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Rochelle Alers' "Stand-in Bride"
Savannah wedding planner Katherine Langdon agrees to coordinate the "wedding of the season" between a spoiled debutante and her French fiance for one reason—the gorgeous father of the bride. Now she hopes that the wedding won't be the only occasion worth remembering...  Read more...


 

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Overview

Rochelle Alers' "Stand-in Bride"
Savannah wedding planner Katherine Langdon agrees to coordinate the "wedding of the season" between a spoiled debutante and her French fiance for one reason—the gorgeous father of the bride. Now she hopes that the wedding won't be the only occasion worth remembering...


Gwynne Forster's "Learning to Love"
Working for the United Nations has given Sharon Braxton a passion for other cultures—and for a Nigerian prince. What can stand in the way of their love besides two vastly different worlds? The other bride his father has arranged for him to wed...


Donna Hills' "Distant Lover"
Can anything be more glamorous than a job that takes career-minded Mia to the Caribbean? Yes! A hot, sexy hunk from Barbados, who wants to sweep her to the altar, but his old-fashioned values keep driving them apart. And the intense passion is too irresistible to ignore...


Francis Rays' "Southern Comfort"
A bridesmaid for the eight time and not the bride, political fundraiser Adrienne Summers is fed up. Worse, she finds a major problem at this wedding—the Best Man. They're fighting about her clothes (too sexy), her behavior (too flirty), and his macho views (wives shouldn't work). it sounds like they just might be falling in love!



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  • ISBN: 9781250084378
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Press
  • Imprint: St. Martin's Paperbacks
  • Date: May 2015
  • Seller Statement: Sold by Macmillan Publishers
 
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