The Man You’ll Marry by Debbie Macomber

Debbie Macomber writes contemporary romance that is heartwarming and engaging. If you like to read some clean cozy romance, then this is the author you should pick. This title contains two different stories about a special wedding dress. The first part is called The First Man you Meet. The second part is called The Man You’ll Marry. The wedding dress was made many years ago, and it came with a promise: “The First Man You Meet will be the Man you will Marry!”

Shelly Hansen did not want to get married to anyone. She was happy to stay single and work on her career. She was horrified when her great-aunt’s wedding dress arrived, because according to family legend, she was destined to marry the next man she met. On the same day when she tripped on an escalator and fell into Mark Brady’s arms, she told him and herself that she wasn’t interested in marriage. But then she started seeing him everywhere. She met him at a lawyer’s office, at the beach. It was almost like she was following him. It was weird the way they both kept meeting in spite of both not wanting to see each other. Mark was engaged to someone, and he was soon getting married. But at the end they both fall in love with each other, even though they were so different from each other. Mark was a very organized person who would plan every little move, while Shelly was totally unorganized, would act on the spur of the moment, a spontaneous person.

The second story is about her friend Jill who wants to get married, but maybe has not found Mr. Right yet. Jill does have a steady boyfriend who is dependable and nice. After her own wedding, Shelly sends Jill the dress. It is delivered to Jill’s hotel in Hawaii where she is on vacation. She knew it would not be the man she sat beside on the plane going to Hawaii. Jordan Wilcox was a grouch. She met him before she got the dress so she was safe from him. Find out what adventures Jill goes through to get married.

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