Out of the Rain
Marriage Wanted\Laughter in the Rain
By Debbie Macomber
(Mira, Mass Market Paperback, 9780778329886, 416pp.)
Publication Date: July 26, 2011
Categories: Romance - Contemporary
The old adage says Marry in haste, repent at leisure.
Can you marry in haste and not repent at all?
As far as Nash Davenport's concerned, marriage isn't shelter from the storm, it is the storm. He's a divorce attorney, himself divorced, who believes no married couple can live up to their wedding vows. Savannah Charles, however, believes in the valueand the valuesof marriage. She's a wedding planner who finds herself saying yes when Nash unexpectedly proposes. Even though it's strictly a business proposal
Laughter in the Rain
Can you marry at leisureand wish you'd done it in haste?
Abby Carpenter has been involved with predictable, practical Logan Fletcher for years. One day she meets the unpredictable, impracticaland very excitingTate Harding. Does an everyday guy like Logan have a chance against a handsome stranger like Tate?
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