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Wedding Of The Century

By: Patricia McLinn

Seven years ago, a scandalous incident derailed the wedding of wealthy Steve and working-class Annette. Now she has returned to town, a successful executive. Trust has been shattered, but they must face each other, their mistakes and their yearning for a long-ago love.

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Annette Trevetti, young, poor, and unpolished, was a modern-day Cinderella standing at the altar, about to marry her small town's prince, Steve Corbett. Until a very pregnant woman strutted into the church -- staking a claim to Annette's fiancé.

The wedding was off and Annette was gone, the awful consequences of a Corbett secret Steve had hoped would never rear its head. But now a single father, he can't wish it never happened, because it brought him the daughter he adores.

When her brother's injury finally draws Annette back to small-town Tobias, Wisconsin, after seven years, she and Steve are brought together again. But to have a second chance at love, they must face each other, their mistakes, their yearning for a long ago love, and the reality that they can never go back to the innocent days before a wedding that went so wrong.

Drawn together by shared concern for a beloved elderly friend, they must step out of the past's shadow to save her and her home … Or that shadow will blight their love a second time.

Can a little girl and a matchmaking old woman help them absolve old sins, make the most of a second chance, and build a future?

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