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Characters Who… Get Married in the Story

For June’s reading challenge, we’ll be getting in the mood for weddings!

 

This month, we’ll be reading stories in which weddings take place. They could be traditional church weddings, destination weddings, outdoor weddings, beach weddings… The list really could be limitless. Have fun with it!

Remember to share what type of wedding it was (see above list for examples) when you post your books.

Happy wedding hunting… er, reading!

3 thoughts on “Characters Who… Get Married in the Story

  1. Here's my list for June!1. Happiness Hill by GLH – traditional church wedding2. The Lady and the Mountain Man by Misty M. Beller – very small western wedding3. A Williamsburg Christmas by Anne Greene – Christmas wedding in colonial church in Williamsburg4. Cross My Heart by Robin Lee Hatcher – church wedding during WWII5. Straight Down a Crooked Lane by Francena H. Arnold – There were 3 weddings in this book! (Does that count for 3 books? ;)) There was a large military wedding at a church, a family only wedding at a church, and another church wedding that was normal size.And that's my wedding books for June.

  2. 1. The Ruby Moon by Trisha White Priebe and Jerry B. Jenkinssmall country chapel2. The Longest Ride by Nicholas Sparks (GM) 6/21/19Ira and Ruth, but I didn't catch where it took place3. The Ebb Tide by Beverly Lewis 6/21/19Amish house; another wedding on the beach4. The View from Saturday by E.L. Konigsburg (GM) 6/22/19retirement home's Clubhouse5. The Lightkeeper's Daughter by Colleen Coble 6/23/19on the beach in front of a lighthouse

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