The Eight Second Wedding

The Eight Second Wedding You re the Last Possible Groom Rodeo cowboy Channing Richardson couldn t believe it But since all his brothers had found their own wives only Chan could fulfill his mother s dream that one of her son

  • Title: The Eight Second Wedding
  • Author: Anne McAllister
  • ISBN: 9780373165339
  • Page: 293
  • Format: Paperback
  • You re the Last Possible Groom Rodeo cowboy Channing Richardson couldn t believe it But since all his brothers had found their own wives, only Chan could fulfill his mother s dream that one of her sons marry her best friend s laughter.Even proposed bride Madeleine Decker preferred spinsterhood to marrying Chan Normal mothers would take no for an answer Not theirs.The You re the Last Possible Groom Rodeo cowboy Channing Richardson couldn t believe it But since all his brothers had found their own wives, only Chan could fulfill his mother s dream that one of her sons marry her best friend s laughter.Even proposed bride Madeleine Decker preferred spinsterhood to marrying Chan Normal mothers would take no for an answer Not theirs.There was only one thing to do But going down the road together for the summer seemed a drastic solution to a lone wolf like Chan.Madeleine was as tempting as she was unsuitable.What was worse, what if their mothers were rightd they were wrong

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    1. Two meddling matchmaking moms, plotting the marriage of their kids : a rodeo cowboy and a philosophy student graduate. A match made in heavens. Not.Madeleine comes with a "brilliant "idea, She ll accompany Chan on his rodeo tour for two months. They have to prove to their mothers that they don't belong together. by being together . Would they be able to survive two months together? They'd be lucky not to kill each other before the end of the road trip's trademark romance sprinkled with humor is [...]

    2. It's not really the best book I've read but it's definitely one of the funniest. The couple's mother's are absolutely hilarious. I believe that I've enjoyed the mothers better than the main character's relationship. (view spoiler)[The best part was when the mothers have been preparing for their main character's wedding the entire time only to discover that the two had already married themselves at the end. (hide spoiler)]The idea of rodeo romance is interesting but not really exciting for me. Th [...]

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