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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.
White Wedding for a Southern Belle by Susan Carlisle ER doc Kiefer Bradford is stunned to find Ashley Marsh-the Southern Belle whose kiss once set him alight-is his new boss! She's totally out of bounds, but as Ashley returns his passionate kisses Kiefer wonders...Could she be the only woman to lead him from 'I can't' to 'I do'? Wedding Date with the Army Doc by Lynne Marshall Since her recent life-saving-and life-changing-operation, Charlotte Johnson has steered clear of romance...but brooding Jackson Hilstead is too delicious to resist! Surely some harmless flirting with the sexy army doc can't hurt? Charlotte knows Jackson has his own emotional battles to fight, but she also believes they can be stronger together. So when she accepts his invitation to a family wedding, Charlotte hopes it's a sign that one day, she'll be walking down the aisle...with Jackson by her side! Summer Brides Two unexpected journeys to 'I do'-two perfect summer weddings...
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?
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1914 edition. Excerpt: ... FARMER FINCH. It was as bleak and sad a day as one could well imagine. The time of year was early in December, and the v daylight was already fading, though it was only a little past the middle of the afternoon. John Finch was driving toward his farm, which he had left early in the morning to go to town; but to judge from his face one might have been sure that his business had not been successful. He looked pinched and discouraged with something besides the cold, and he hardly noticed the faithful red horse which carefully made its way over the frozen ruts of the familiar road. There had lately been a few days of mild weather, when the ground had had time to thaw, but with a sudden blast of cold this deep mud had become like iron, rough and ragged, and jarring the people and horses cruelly who tried to travel over it. The road lay through the bleak country side of the salt-marshes which stretched themselves away toward the sea, dotted here and there with hay-cocks, and crossed in wavering lines by the inlets and ditches, filled now with grayish ice, that was sinking and cracking as the tide ran out. The marsh-grass was wind-swept and beaten until it looked as soft and brown as fur; the wind had free course over it, and it looked like a deserted bit of the world; the battered and dingy flat-bottomed boats were fastened securely in their tiny harbors, or pulled far ashore as if their usefulness was over, not only for that season but for all time. In some late autumn weather one feels as if summer were over with forever, and as if no resurrection could follow such unmistakable and hopeless death. Where the land was higher it looked rocky and rough, and behind the marshes there were some low hills looking as if they were solid stone to their...
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