A Winter Wedding

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Kensington Publishing Corporation, Dec 8, 1997 - Fiction - 252 pages
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In "The Fairy Tale Wedding" by Janice Bennett, a young bride's animated, on-the-self cousin is charged with bringing off the most gala wedding of the season. Until the groom's rich cousin arrives ans turns a spinster's world upside-down. The heroine of Carola Dunn's "A Match for the season" has snared a Duke's cousin. Now she's in a dilemma--how to wed the right gentleman without setting off a scandal. A merry meeting sets a lively pace in Monique Ellis' "Three Nights at a Country Inn," where a snowstorm strands an independent miss, a stage-coach filled with children......and the rakish suitor she has refused to wed.

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Janice Bennett holds an M.A. in Spanish Literature from Colorado University, and was selected for Who's Who in America 2002. She holds a B.A. degree in Journalism from NIU, and a certificate in Advanced Bible Studies from the Catholic Biblical School in Denver. She taught Spanish Literature for six years. She is a member of the Spanish Center for Sindonology (CES) based in Valencia, Spain. Janice is the author of the book Sacred Blood, Sacred Image: The Sudarium of Oviedo.

Carola Dunn was born in England on November 14, 1946. She received a B.A. in Russian and French from Manchester University and took a secretarial course for graduates at Oxford Tech. She traveled to numerous places around the world including Samoa and Fiji before getting married and settling in California. Prior to becoming a full-time writer, she worked in child-care, market research, construction, and wrote definitions for a science and technology dictionary. Her first book, Toblethorpe Manor, was published in 1979. Since then, she has written over 50 books including more than 30 Regency romances and the Daisy Dalrymple mystery series.

Ellis lives with her husband, Jim, a gifted artist and popular watercolor instructor.

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