Un-Bridaled

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Simon and Schuster, Mar 25, 2008 - Fiction - 336 pages
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The runaway bride wore white....

With half her immediate family having been committed -- mentally speaking -- why can't Chloe Sachs commit? After all, she's always been considered the sane one. But standing at the altar, moments away from becoming Mrs. Mark Hutchinson, Chloe hears a voice telling her in no uncertain terms, Run! So she hikes up her wedding whites, leaves behind her handsome fiancÚ and a few hundred guests, and tears down California's Interstate 505 in her red Ford Frontier.

Now Chloe has no Plan B, two kooky dogs, one angry ex, and a truckload of wedding gifts to return. Taking refuge at her grandmother's empty rental bungalow, Chloe unearths some surprising family secrets while renovating it -- and meets some very intriguing new people, like the hot veterinarian she can't get off her mind. And with her family and friends' help, Chloe realizes she doesn't have to run anymore -- because she's already home.

 

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User Review  - jmfonz52 - LibraryThing

This is a story about a runaway bride: Chloe leaves her groom (a patronizing, self-aggrandizing fool) at the altar. Chloe has given up her job for the summer (for the honeymoon and acclimation to ... Read full review

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User Review  - la_librarian - LibraryThing

This is chick lit story about a runaway bride. Chloe gets a bad feeling at her wedding and runs away. She moves into her grandmothers house while she's supposed to be on her honeymoon to sort things ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
20
Section 3
44
Section 4
60
Section 5
74
Section 6
97
Section 7
117
Section 8
135
Section 11
201
Section 12
223
Section 13
248
Section 14
266
Section 15
278
Section 16
301
Section 17
313
Section 18
319

Section 9
167
Section 10
185

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About the author (2008)

Eileen Rendahl is the author of the Downtown Press novels Balancing in High Heels and Do Me, Do My Roots, which was nominated for a RITA Award. Her short fiction appears in the New Year's story collection In One Year and Out the Other. She lives near her tight-knit family in California.

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