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Sarah sees no other solution for her situation but to wed the roguish stranger. Overcome with guilt at his hasty lie, Gabriel must begin a life with the chilly Miss Palmer, who appears content with their passionless marriage. But Sarah is not as immune to Gabriel as he thinks.
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A Convenient Bride. On the hunt for his runaway sister, Lord Richard Ellerby stops a suspicious carriage at gunpoint and is shocked to be mistaken for a thieving highwayman.
When the attractive woman inside makes him an offer to court her for pay, Richard refuses and sends her on her way. But the determined lady soon finds him again and proposes an even more outrageous offer: wedding her in a marriage of convenience. Desperate to find love with a man of her own choosing, Lady Brenna Harrington will do anything to hold on to her freedom, even if it means propositioning a dangerous highwayman.
If she can distract her father with a prospective husband who only wants to marry her for her fortune, Brenna will have time to do things her way. While her plan may be just crazy enough to work, her unsuitable suitor has other more pleasurable strategies in mind…. The Scarlet Bride.
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Then he stumbles across a courtesan in peril on a dark London street, and his life takes an unexpected turn. But he finds it impossible simply to walk away.
Instead of making her his wife, however, he betrayed her and forced her to become his mistress. When she learned of his plan to sell her at auction, she fled for her life. Simon knows he must forget his feelings for such an unsuitable woman or risk disgracing his family. Now it is up to Simon to prove her innocence—even if it leads to his downfall…. The Accidental Courtesan. Gavin has a lot to learn about London society, but a female housebreaker offering her seductive services is beyond the unexpected.
But oftentimes the elaborate, over-the-top weddings from films like those in "Bride Wars" and "The Wedding Planner" don't realistically depict weddings in real life. New Line Cinema. Traditionally, it was customary for the bride's parents to take on the expenses associated with their daughter's wedding, but the standard has shifted considerably over time.
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Now, there are many weddings that simply do not have a bride at all, and others that have two. But even if there's only one bride, Lartey-Williams thinks it's unrealistic to expect her parents to foot the bill for the entire wedding. Read more : 7 things wedding planners wish they could tell you but can't. The parents of the bride and the parents of the groom may contribute in some fashion, but in modern times, things have changed.
In many rom-coms, the climax of the film comes just as the wedding is about to happen: the bride runs off with an ex-lover, the groom gets cold feet, or someone objects just before they say "I do. Runaway brides aren't all that common, according to Victoria Lartey-Williams.
Paramount Pictures. She also explained that having a wedding planner can alleviate much of the stress that comes with getting married.
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Lartey-Williams told me about an elaborate wedding party she planned in which the baker who was providing the cake was running late. Lartey-Williams called to get an idea of when the cake would arrive and learned that the lavish cake picked by the newlyweds had collapsed. This was a wedding for over people and the cake table was very elaborately decorated with flowers and special furniture, so to not have a cake on display would be a big problem. Lartey-Williams described the whole incident as surreal, but said she had to think quickly to resolve the issue.
No one had any idea that it happened.