Cupid's Corner

Cupid's Corner

Book - 1999
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Random House, Inc.
Annie Jones's delightful Route 66 series continues with the story of two very different people who seem to have nothing in common - but who are brought together by the God they both serve.
        
Mayor Jenny Fox of Cupid's Corner, Kansas, is out to break a record set back in the town's glory days, with sixty-six weddings to take place in town before the end of summer. And she won't let anyone get in her way - least of all Joe Avery, the aggravating, though certainly attractive, new editor of the town paper.
        
But when Jenny's ex-fiancé reenters the picture, the stakes are raised. And the editor can only pray for a miracle that will keep his plans to win Jenny's heart from becoming yesterday's news.
        
Annie Jones writes, "You are about to act as a witness to a marriage of faith, fun, and romance that brings together something old (Route 66), something new (an unexpected love), something borrowed (a town from my imagination), and something blue (the ex-fiancé who was always Mr. Wrong). I promise you won't feel jilted..."

Baker & Taylor
Mayor Jenny Fox of Cupid's Corner, Kansas, aims to break an old town record for weddings, but when her ex-fiance returns, her new beau--the new editor of the town paper--must keep his plans for their future from becoming old news

Publisher: Colorado Springs, Colo. : WaterBrook Press, 1999
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9781578561346
1578561345
Characteristics: ix, 246 p. ; 20 cm

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