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When psychic Clair does a tarot-card reading for doubting bride-to-be Rachel, it's the beginning of a bizarre adventure. Rachel leaves behind her engagement ring and her fiance Jake's business card, and Clair decides to take a pilgrimage to the Heron family winery to return the ring. Somehow she ends up agreeing to impersonate Rachel at a giant engagement party while simultaneously trying to get to the bottom of the strange circumstances that have driven Rachel away--and keep at bay her lust for Jake's best man, Mike. There are plenty of twists, turns, and secrets to be revealed that make Carter's romance stand apart from more predictable fare. Plus Clair, a thrice-divorced fortune-teller, is not exactly the prototypical romance heroine. Carter, the author of She'll Take It (2006), shows she has a knack for creating odd but likable characters, and readers are sure to...
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When psychic Clair does a tarot-card reading for doubting bride-to-be Rachel, it's the beginning of a bizarre adventure. Rachel leaves behind her engagement ring and her fiance Jake's business card, and Clair decides to take a pilgrimage to the Heron family winery to return the ring. Somehow she ends up agreeing to impersonate Rachel at a giant engagement party while simultaneously trying to get to the bottom of the strange circumstances that have driven Rachel away--and keep at bay her lust for Jake's best man, Mike. There are plenty of twists, turns, and secrets to be revealed that make Carter's romance stand apart from more predictable fare. Plus Clair, a thrice-divorced fortune-teller, is not exactly the prototypical romance heroine. Carter, the author of She'll Take It (2006), shows she has a knack for creating odd but likable characters, and readers are sure to take notice. Aleksandra Kostovski
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About Mary

MARY CARTER is a freelance writer and novelist.  The Pub Across the Pond (September 27th, 2011) is her fifth novel with Kensington. It will also be available as an audiobook by Blackstone Audio. Her other works include:  My Sister’s Voice, Sunnyside...

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