The Bridesmaid - Large Print Paperback
Home to Hickory Hollow pt. 2
by Beverley Lewis;
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The Bridesmaid - Large Print
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27 year old, Joanna Kurtz has always been the bridesmaid, but never the bride. Yearning for her one chance she wrestles with finding true love when hope is almost lost.
'The Bridemaid', the 2nd book in the Home to Hickory Hollow series, is bursting with romance, tension, and one woman's deepest desires. Her biggest secret is reveled, Joanna has a secret love, who despite living far away loves her with a burning passion.
Will Joanna ever turn her long distance love affair into the marriage she desperately desires? If she if ever going to be more than a bridesmaid, something needs to happen!
This page turner will have you longing to find out if Joanna will ever become a bride.
This edition of 'The Bridesmaid' is the large-print book.
Beverly Lewis is a 'New York Times' bestselling author having written over 80 books. Hailing from Pennsylvania, she has managed to corner the market for Amish-related romantic fiction. Her mother heritage is what sparked Beverly's interest in the Armish community. Her famous book, 'The Shunning', has recently been made into a film and her book. 'The Brethren', has received a Christy Award. Beverly lives with her husband, David, in Colorado.
The Bridesmaid - Large Print by Beverley Lewis was published by Baker in October 2012 and is our 36978th best seller. The ISBN for The Bridesmaid - Large Print is 9780764210532.
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|Page last updated||24th May 2016|
|Author / Artist||Beverley Lewis|
|Book Format||Paperback (Large-print)|
|Publisher||Baker (October 2012)|
|Edition||large type edition|
|Number of Pages||432|