Lucy Hepburn

All Dressed Up

A hunt for her sister’s wedding dress leads a woman from Paris to Venice—and into an unexpected romance—in this delightfully entertaining tale . . .
Molly Wright is in Paris, in a romantic restaurant, with the moonlight dancing over La Seine, sitting next to her long-term boyfriend Reggie . . . and desperately hoping he doesn’t propose. She’s not sure they want the same things anymore—he wants the big time, all she wants to do is design clothes. Molly gets her wish: Reggie doesn’t propose. Instead, he breaks up with her . . .
Despite her doubts, Molly is brokenhearted. Then she’s interrupted by a frantic message from her sister who needs a teeny tiny favor: She’s getting married in Venice in two days, and she wants Molly to pick up the all-important dress from the Parisian designer.
But the dress seems determined to get away from her, and transportation keeps letting her down. When filmmaker Simon Foss decides to tag along for the ride, Molly thinks he’s just one more distraction she doesn’t need. Especially when she finds herself falling for him . . .
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    Kate_emerald_princessmembagikan kesan2 tahun yang lalu

    It was pretty cool, things kept going bad but in a funny way

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    It was okay. Though I didn't like the reference ti Philippines' using 10-yr olds working in garment factories. It puts a damper on outsourcing to other countries. There are European countries into outsourcing like Romania. A company just has to find a partner that matches its company values, is responsible and compliant with laws. We have worked hard over the decades to improve working conditions here; in fact it has a tendency to be heavily regulated.

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    She wondered where he’d hidden the ring.

    “You look amazing, Mol.”

    “You noticed,” Molly smiled, feeling her cheeks grow warm.

    The restaurant was beautiful. Ornate, Parisian, elegant and way out of their usual price range. A young pianist, beautiful in a Sixties-inspired black suit which Molly suspected was an early Christian Lacroix, played slow, sexy jazz which washed around
    b5377470492membuat kutipantahun lalu
    This place looks amazing too,” she said.
    ollivekmembuat kutipan6 tahun yang lalu
    So what would

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