Daughter of the Bride

Daughter of the Bride

Book - 2006
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A dazzling debut novel about a woman watching her mother get hitched while her own finger is still decidedly bare. When her mom calls to say she's getting married, Daniella is both thrilled and devastated. Mom, who's pushing sixty, is about to walk down the aisle for the second time, and Daniella, at twenty-nine, hasn't come close to saying "I do" once. Even worse, Mom insists Daniella help plan the big bash: white gown, band, caterer, the works. Between cake tastings, dress fittings, and ring shopping, Daniella struggles to make sense of her own frustrating love life-all while juggling her high-pressure TV job and hectic dating adventures. And it isn't long before she realizes she's going to have to make some changes in her own life-or never walk down the aisle herself.
Publisher: New York : Berkley Books, c2006
ISBN: 9780425208809
042520880X
Branch Call Number: FICTION Segre 2006
Characteristics: 330 p. ; 21 cm

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