Midnight Champagne - Manette Ansay Reviews
Description:ISBN 0755335341 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Manette Ansay / Paperback / 320 Pages / Book is published 2008-03-20 by Headline Review
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by - written on 01/03/10, updated on 01/03/10 (Very useful, 20 readings)
What could be more romantic than getting married on Valentines Day wearing your mothers wedding dress? Perhaps a little more planning would have made the difference but April is a woman in love. So what if she only met the groom three months ago or the dress is several sizes too big, yellowed with age and rapidly disintegrating as the ceremony progresses. April and her fiancé Caleb wanted to elope but their parents were firmly against it and so to please her father April agrees to a big wedding. Not the Catholic church wedding that he has in mind but one at a haunted ex-brothel where the ex-part is considered more rumour than fact. Meanwhile the grooms family boycott ... Read the complete review
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