Series: Galveston Weddings

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Fools Rush In (Weddings by Bella, Book 1) by Janice Thompsonbook 1
Swinging on a Star (Weddings by Bella, Book 2) by Janice Thompsonbook 2
It Had to Be You (Weddings by Bella, Book 3) by Janice Thompsonbook 3
Stars Collide: A Novel (Backstage Pass) by Janice Thompsonbook 4
Hello, Hollywood!: A Novel (Backstage Pass) by Janice Thompsonbook 5
Director's Cut, The: A Novel (Backstage Pass) by Janice Thompsonbook 6
Picture Perfect: A Novel (Weddings by Design) by Janice Thompsonbook 7
Icing on the Cake, The: A Novel (Weddings by Design) by Janice Thompsonbook 8
Dream Dress, The: A Novel (Weddings by Design) by Janice Thompsonbook 9
Every Bride Needs a Groom: A Novel (Brides with Style) by Janice Thompsonbook 10
A Bouquet of Love: A Novel (Weddings by Design) by Janice Thompsonbook 11
Every Girl Gets Confused: A Novel (Brides with Style) by Janice Thompsonbook 12

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  13. No Place for a Lady by Maggie Brendan (2009)
  14. At Bluebonnet Lake: A Novel (Texas Crossroads) (Volume 1) by Amanda Cabot (2014)
  15. A Wedding Invitation by Alice J. Wisler (2011)

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