The Wedding Party by Cheryl J. Mccullough

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Leah Robinson is a fun-loving, high-spirited young lady who is the daughter of the well-known bishop of Hattiesville Community Church. She seems to have it all: wonderful friends, a near-perfect life, and a wonderful fiancé, Grant Sturdivant, with whom she is deeply in love. Grant is in the Army and is stationed in Germany. Before he comes home, she begins planning their dream wedding. After Leah suffers a significant headache one day that put her in the hospital for an indefinite amount of time, her friends begin to worry about her and whether or not she and Grant will still get married. Meanwhile, Janis Mitchell, Grant's ex, is jealous of Leah and her relationship with Grant and does everything in her power to break them up.
 

About Cheryl J. Mccullough

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Cheryl J. McCullough has gathered vintage images and historic documents from yearbooks, archives, and alumni to present this tribute to the heritage and legacy of Clinton Junior College. McCullough is the director of development.
 
Published April 3, 2012 by Tate Publishing. 382 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Romance. Fiction

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