The Wedding Heiress
2 journalers for this copy...
I got this book just for Bookcrossing and will read and or release, I don't know which yet!
Journal Entry 2
Landsdale , Pennsylvania USA on Thursday, April 10, 2014
Released 4 yrs ago (4/10/2014 UTC) at Landsdale , Pennsylvania USA
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Journal Entry 3
Lansdale, Pennsylvania USA on Tuesday, May 06, 2014
from a big box of books. Setting aside to read first.
Journal Entry 4
Lansdale, Pennsylvania USA on Saturday, January 17, 2015
rabck from bookstogive; Delaney must return to her Wisconsin hometown and run her late aunt's wedding planning business for 2 months, in order to inherit 100K. The other heirs to the will must also complete their own tasks to inherit what Ellie left each of them. If they don't fulfill the terms of the will, no one inherits anything. The last thing single Delaney wants to do is go back to Wisconsin, where her old heartthrob still lives - and certainly not to plan weddings. But if she reneges, all the other heirs lose too.
Journal Entry 5
Kulpsville Post Office OBCZ in Kulpsville, Pennsylvania USA on Saturday, June 06, 2015
Released 3 yrs ago (6/8/2015 UTC) at Kulpsville Post Office OBCZ in Kulpsville, Pennsylvania USA
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For the 3 every week and June Brides release challenges
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