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Wedding Bell Blues by Meg Benjamin

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Venus In Blue Jeans, February 2009
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Wedding Bell Blues
Meg Benjamin

Konigsburg #2
Samhain Publishing
July 2009
On Sale: July 21, 2009
Featuring: Janie Dupree; Pete Toleffson
272 pages
ISBN: 1605046302
EAN: 9781605046303
Kindle: B002I1XQ00
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$5.50
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Romance Erotica Sensual

Janie Dupree will do anything to make sure her best friend has the wedding of her dreams, even if it means relinquishing what every bridesmaid covets and never gets—the perfect maid-of-honor dress. Problem is, family drama as tangled as a clump of Texas prickly pear cactus threatens to send the skittish bride hopping aboard the elopement express.

Janie could use a hand, but the best man’s “help” is only making things worse.

Pete Toleffson just wants to get through his brother’s wedding and get back to his county attorney job in Des Moines. He never expected to be the engineer on a wedding train that’s derailing straight toward hell. Janie’s the kind of girl he’d like to get close to—but her self-induced role as “Miss Fix-It” is as infuriating as it is adorable.

If they can just fend off meddling parents, vindictive in-laws, spiteful ex-boyfriends, and a greyhound named Olive long enough to achieve matrimonial lift-off, maybe they can admit they’re head-over-heels in love.

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