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KEEP YOUR LOVE FOR ETERNITY

For generations, couples have been coming to Eternity, Massachusetts, to exchange wedding vows. Legend has it that those married in Eternity's chapel are destined for a lifetime of happiness. And the townsfolk are more than willing to help keep the legend intact.

ETERNITY ...where dreams can come.

Bronwyn Powell is an expert on weddings. For years she's helped couples plan their big day--taking care of all the details and ironing out last-minute problems. She's held the hands of countless brides-and quite a few grooms--when wedding jitters threatened to overcome them.

Now it's time to plan her own. Everybody in Eternity knows that Bronwyn and Ryan Mears--the prospective groom--belong together. But only Bronwyn knows why she can't set the date.
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