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The Wedding Dress (1982)
by Marian Wells
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0871236109, Paperback)Two Beloved Novels in One Special Edition! Encounter the Bittersweet Story of a Young Woman Seeking Both Hope and Love
Historical fiction at its finest, The Wedding Album captivates both the mind and the emotions as it brings to life an important time in America's developoment.
Orphaned while a young girl, Rebecca Wolstone's only tangible heritage is a trunk that contains her mother's wedding dress and a small black book. Her mother's final words, cautioning her to guard the trunk as her only hope, seem to refer to the future marriage the dress symbolizes, and Rebecca begins a search for the one man who will make her dreams come true.
When Andrew Jacobson sweeps her off her feet, Rebecca believes she has finally found the man her mother had in mind, as well as a community to call home. Their honeymoon and life in their first little log cabin are everything Rebecca has ever dreamed of. But when Andrew brings her to her new home in Fort Harmony, she is overwhelmed by the life awaiting her.
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Orphan Rebecca's only heritage was a trunk containing a wedding dress and a small black book. She searched for the man who would make her dreams come true, but in her new home with Andrew at Fort Harmony she found a jolting nightmare.
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