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Omnibus: Every Boys Got One and Queen Of Babble Gets Hitched by Meg Cabot

By :Meg Cabot


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Every Boy's Got One:

Cartoonist Jane Harris is delighted by the prospect of her first-ever trip to Europe. But it's hate at first sight for Jane and Cal Langdon, and neither is too happy at the prospect of sharing a villa with one another for a week, not even in the beautiful and picturesque Marches countryside. But when Holly and Mark's wedding plans hit a major snag that only Jane and Cal can repair, the two find themselves having to put aside their mutual dislike for one another in order to get their best friends on the road to wedded bliss €”and end up on a road themselves ... one neither of them ever expected.

Queen of Babble Gets Hitched:

Things are looking up at last for Lizzie Nichols. She has a career she loves in the field of her choice (wedding gown restoration), and the love of her life, Jean-Luc, has finally proposed. Life's become a dizzying whirl of wedding gown fittings, not necessarily her own as Lizzie prepares for her dream wedding at her fiance's chateau in the south of France. But the dream soon becomes a nightmare as the best man, €”whom Lizzie might once have accidentally slept with . . . no, really, just slept €”announces his total lack of support for the couple, a sentiment the maid of honor happens to second; Lizzie's Midwestern family can't understand why she doesn't want to have her wedding in the family backyard; her future, oh-so-proper French in-laws seem to be slowly trying to lure the groom away from medical school and back into investment banking; and Lizzie finds herself wondering if her Prince Charming really is as charming as she once believed.


Book Information:

Format: Paperback

Published: 2011

Publisher: Pan Macmillan

Category: Women's Fiction

Pages: 277

Dimensions: 173 x 110mm

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