Chenille Rizzo loves God. It’s people she has a problem with sometimes, especially after the death of her beloved husband. People such as her star account—a demanding bride long on money and short on tact—make Chenille feel more blue than she’d like to admit. The groom, a homegrown pediatrician, is just the opposite. He has wise eyes, a love for babies, and a comforting voice—a tenor, like Chenille’s late husband. And he’s just as quiet. Maddeningly so. Does he really love the spoiled diva Chenille is trimming a wedding dress for? Or does his gaze hold the longing she both hopes for . . . and fears? Will she risk losing her business for a chance at happiness with the gentle doctor? Fans of the Shades of Style series will love this satisfying conclusion.
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