A Christmas Wedding

A Christmas Wedding

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Baker & Taylor
Chuckie, the youngest O'Malley son, finds his plans for a quiet life as an accountant with a nice Catholic family threatened by the return of Rosemarie, his beautiful nemesis.

McMillan Palgrave
"Happy families are all alike," said Tolstoy, and the O'Malley's are one of the happiest, if slightly crazy, families in current fiction. A Christmas Wedding continues the saga of Chucky, the youngest son who wants to live the quiet life of an accountant and raise a nice Catholic family. Fate, of course, has other plans for Chucky, in the person of the beautiful Rosemarie, his off-again on-again nemesis from the time he saved her life when he was a young man.

Thrown out of Notre Dame on trumped up charges, Chucky ends up going to the University of Chicago. The only problem: his lifelong enemy Rosemarie is a fellow student. They decide to be "just friends," and while they battle with each other, "just friends" turns into something neither of them expected.


Baker
& Taylor

In the third volume in the O'Malley saga, Chuckie, the youngest son, finds his plans for a quiet life as an accountant with a nice Catholic family threatened by the return of Rosemarie, his beautiful nemesis, whom he encounters at the University of Chicago after being thrown out of Notre Dame on trumped-up charges. 150,000 first printing.

Publisher: New York : Forge, 2000
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780312872243
0312872240
Branch Call Number: FICTION GREELEY
Characteristics: p. cm

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