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Midnight Champagne: Reviewed

Author:A. Manette Ansay
Reading Level (Conceptual):For grown-ups
Reading Level (Vocabulary):For grown-ups
Genre:fiction
Year of publication:1999

Romantic story with a spooky sub-plot, about the marriage day of a couple who know they are right for each other, despite the misgivings of the bride's family. If you want to validate someone who believes in love at first sight, then this is a book for them.

One of those "can't sleep until I've finished reading it" books. Not terribly deep, but involving.

-- Emily Berk



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