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The Wedding By Julie Garwood

The Wedding

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Marrying Connor MacAlister had been an impulsive act for Brenna but after being picked up by his band of warriors, she had few alternatives. Brenna soon endears herself to the clan and when a rival laird strikes out at the MacAlisters, she knows that only her faith in her gallant mate can save her.

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The Wedding by Julie Garwood

Lady Brenna MacAlister harbored no illusions that her husband, a quick-tempered highland laird, was in love with her. How could he be enamored of his bride when, on their wedding day, he had assured her that she could return to her home in England as soon as she had given him a son?

Marrying Connor MacAlister had been an impulsive act for Brenna. But MacAlister and his warriors, a savage-looking band who had captured her and her party en route to her arranged marriage with another, offered precious few alternatives. Now, after a hasty forest wedding, they were man and wife. Although Brenna grows to adore her brave, gentle husband, she has no clue that Connor lives for the moments she whispers "I love you." But when a rival laird strikes out at the MacAlisters, she knows that only her faith in her gallant mate can save her....

A dazzling romantic adventure, "The Wedding" is another unforgettable tale from the incomparable Julie Garwood.

Performance Copyright,1996 Simon & Schuster, Inc.

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About Julie Garwood


Julie Garwood is the author of sixteen New York Times bestsellers, including Heartbreaker, Ransom and Come the Spring. There are more than thirty million copies of her books in print.

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GOR001510112
The Wedding by Julie Garwood
Julie Garwood
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Simon & Schuster
1997-04-07
352
0671871005
9780671871000
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