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The bouquet : four pieces of a wedding bouquet ignite four romances
Barton, Janet Lee. Flowers by Felicity.
Publication Information:
Uhrichsville, OH : Barbour Publishing, [2004]

Physical Description:
348 pages ; 21 cm
Flowers by Felicity / Janet Lee Barton -- Petals of promise / Diann Hunt -- Rose in bloom / Sandra Petit -- Flowers for a friend / Gail Sattler.
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PS648.L6 B64 2004 Adult Non-Fiction Non-Fiction Area

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The wedding bouquet symbolizes a hope: that love will sail into the life of the person who catches it. For four guests at Abby's wedding, though, love is the last thing they're looking for. Isn't it ironic, then, that when a whirling ceiling fan disintegrates the carefully crafted nosegay, its pieces fly beyond the crowd of husband-hungry women -and parts end up in the hands of these four hardened observers? See if the bouquet/romance tradition holds true for... Felicity, the love-worn florist who's horrified to see newspaper photos of her bouquet going to pieces. Konnie, the brokenhearted widow who's determined never to let love bloom in her life again. Rosie, the caterer whose dreams are crushed flatter than her wedding cake, destroyed by a clumsy groomsman. Geoff, who quickly hands his flowers to an admiring little girl - and to her big sister, whose love for him is anything but childish. Can God use fragmented flowers to plant seeds of love in fallow hearts? Can He create a bouquet of love from the chaos in these four lives?

Author Notes

Diann Hunt was born in Muncie, Indiana on August 2, 1955. During her lifetime, she wrote 25 books including Hot Flashes and Cold Cream and For Better or For Worse, which was adapted into a Hallmark Channel film. She died from ovarian cancer on November 29, 2013 at the age of 58.

(Bowker Author Biography)