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This can't be happening on Susie's wedding day. It's a girl's dream wedding and everything is perfect. That is until a small plane suddenly circles the venue and her ex-boyfriend jumps out and begins his descent, spurts of smoke shooting out of the heels of his boots. Susie and her father are just pulling up to the dockside in a white festooned boat, to where her groom and two hundred guests are waiting. For the father of the bride, it's the last straw. He reaches for a flare gun, and before Susie can react, fires it into the air. Unfortunately for the sky diver, flare guns cannot be aimed. The flare hits the parachute and ignites it. Chute blazing away, Susie's ex plummets into the wedding tent. Unscathed, he struggles to free himself of parachute and lines. The wedding cake and various food trays have not faired so well. Will the wedding proceed as the police take the heartbroken suitor away?
Relive the magical moments of each Disney Princess's wedding day! From the flowers, to the magical guests, to the first dance, children ages 3 to 7 will enjoy this hardcover, full-color book featuring Cinderella, Rapunzel, Tiana, Aurora, Ariel, Belle, Jasmine, and Snow White.
A Wedding for the Greek Tycoon Zoe owes her life to the Giannopolous Foundation. Wanting to pay them back, she lands a job working for Vasso Giannopolous. And soon, Zoe is smitten, with both the beautiful Greek island she's working on and the gorgeous millionaire who owns it...The Cowboy and the Lady Indiana nurse Debi Kincannon moves to a new Texas town, hoping to save her brother from their painful past. She doesn't expect the welcoming community - or Jackson White Eagle, the handsome rancher who gives new meaning to starting over.
George Lillie Craik (1798-1866) was a Scottish writer and literary critic. Among his books are The New Zealanders (1830), The Pursuit of Knowledge under Difficulties (1831), History of British Commerce (1844), and History of English Literature and the English Language (1861). He was also joint author of The Pictorial History of England, and wrote books on Edmund Spenser and Francis Bacon.
This is the inspiring story of Naomi Thomas, a secondary breast cancer sufferer who has decided to devote the remainder of her life to spreading joy, helping others to find happiness by fulfilling the wedding dreams of those who are terminally ill. Naomi was 26 when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. Her boyfriend Graham had proposed just two days earlier. After seven months of treatment Naomi was declared cancer free, only to receive the devastating news a few short months later that the disease had returned and was no longer curable. Her son, Devon, was just six days old. Thoughts of their wedding were the one thing that kept Naomi and Graham going, but the financial burden of terminal illness had made the reality of their special day seem impossible. However, in this time of darkness, the couple discovered the amazing generosity and selflessness of local companies as they rallied around and helped to organise and fund a dream wedding. Their kindness was overwhelming. Determined not to die in vain, Naomi began fund-raising, ultimately setting up her own charity with the mission of spreading the joy she had experienced on her big day. The Wedding Wishing Well Foundation was formed, and Naomi now organises and funds weddings for those affected by terminal and life-limiting illnesses, helping them to enjoy married life before it's too late. Inspiring, heart warming and incredibly moving, this story will show you the true meaning of love. 'Everyone has the right to marry the love of their life, but you don't realise just how important it is until you are told you are dying.' www.harpertrue.com
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