Kensington Publishing Corporation, 2003 - Fiction - 299 pages
These three tales that show how love has a funny way of turning hearts around and leading them down the aisle are collected in one volume. Features French's "MacKenzie's Bride, " Jordan's "Simon's Bride, " and Wilson's "Saturday's Bride." Original.
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