Two Grooms and a Wedding by P-HarlequinEnterpris

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									Two Grooms and a Wedding
Author: Adrianne Byrd
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About last night...Daughter of a prominent senator, ambitious Washington, D.C., attorney Isabella Kane
has big dreams that include marriage to equally ambitious Randall Jarrett. But a funny thing happened on
the way to the altar. She met a luscious hunk, and for just one forbidden night she followed her heart and
indulged her deepest passions. But now she can't forget....His mystery lady was gone by dawn, but
political strategist Derrick Knight can't stop thinking about the irresistible woman he longs to see again.
When she shows up as his fraternity brother's fiancée, he's stunned--but determined to stake his claim.
He and Randall let a woman come between them once before...but this time he won't back down. He
wants Bella for his own bride!Kappa Psi Kappa--these brothers are for real!
Author Bio
Adrianne Byrd
National bestselling author Adrianne Byrd has always preferred to live within the realms of her imagination
where all the men are gorgeous and the women are worth whatever trouble they manage to get into. As
an army brat, she traveled throughout Europe and learned to appreciate and value different cultures. Now,
she calls Georgia home. <br/> <br/> Looking back, Adrianne believes her passion for writing began at the
ripe old age of thirteen. It was also the age when she was introduced to romance novels by a most
unlikely source: her fifteen-year-old brother. The book was probably given to her to keep her out her
brother's hair, but it was a gift that changed her life.<br/> <br/> In books, Adrianne found a way out of her
awkward teenage years and into a world of fictional friends that would stay with her for a lifetime. It wasn't
long before her imagination took flight and she was writing her own love stories. Within a year, she
completed her first book, which she vowed would never see the light of day.<br/> <br/> Writing remained
a hobby until 1994 when a coworker approached her with an article on Romance Writers of America. Who
knew there was an organization of women just like her? By 1996 she had sold her first novel.<br/> <br/>
Ms. Byrd has been featured in many national publications, including Today's Black Woman, Upscale,
and Heart and Soul. She has also won local awards for screenwriting. For the future, she looks forward to
continue creating characters that make people smile, laugh and fall in love.

								
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