Anne Hawthorne lives in Bonneterre, Louisiana, a fictionally real city with tons of similarly real characters. But the day after, he shows up at her office with his fiancee in tow. Here's a educational story on the subject of wedding invitations on line. How does he remain true to his heart, his Christian ideology and his employer at the same time? And how will Anne ever pardon him when she learns of his deceit? Here are a couple of the things I liked about this book : The Personality of Anne Hawthorne - she is calm, cool, picked up and arranged on the outside--a rock for her brides in trouble. But on the inside, she longs for a groom of her very own, a godly man who wont use her like the last man in her life.
How does the characters ever extract themselves from this mess? Tight Writing - Kaye Dacus knows the way to make each word count. ) The Powerful Non secular Thread - This story shows us 2 characters who are truthfully looking to follow Gods direction in their lives. The Setting - the writer does a superb job of turning Bonneterre into a personality in the book. I feel so privileged to have read Substitute Groom by Kaye Dacus. The standard time-frame can be as little as one week to 2 months, including all the valid documentation.