A Wedding Bouquet
Anne Barbour, Carla Kelly, Edith Layton, Patricia Oliver, Patricia Rice
Five charming tales of Regency love include "Something Old"
by Patricia Oliver, Carla Kelly's "Something
New," "Something Borrowed" by Patricia Rice, "Something
Blue" by Edith Layton, and Anne Barbour's "And a Sixpence
for Her Shoe."
"SOMETHING OLD" by Patricia Oliver
For a masquerade ball, an old wedding dress transforms a
shy, lonely woman into a dazzling Queen Guinevere and
brings her an enchanted Sir Lancelot.
"SOMETHING NEW" by Carla Kelly
A widow is surprised by two unexpected visitors at her
sister's wedding--one breaks her heart and the other
captures it forever.
"SOMETHING BORROWED" Patricia Rice
When the bride-to-be leaves her fiance standing at the
altar, her sister borrows the groom.
"SOMETHING BLUE" Edith Layton
A "blue" groom is torn between the woman to whom he is
betrothed and a woman from his past.
"AND A SIXPENCE FOR HER SHOE" by Anne Barbour
A young woman counts on her lucky sixpence to bring her a
marriage proposal from the man of her dreams.
Signet (Regency), June 1999