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Her sister’s wedding will reunite Jackie with the man who betrayed her love.

Romano Puccini, fashion designer and model: his handsome face and incredible talent drive women wild. Fashion magazine editor-in-chief Jackie, however, knows that Romano’s charms are only an illusion. One summer they fell in love. That love should have lasted forever, but once Jackie revealed a certain secret, Romano turned his back and left her. She’s avoided him ever since, but the two of them are reunited at her little sister’s wedding. How dare he smile after the way he hurt her! Jackie has no reason to forgive him, so why does he still make her heart race?

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3.5 The bride has the big secret 4  4

Now, the story is pretty straightforward and short. We have the heroine who's coming back home to be her sister's bridesmaid and unfortunately, has to wear the dress made by her ex-lover who jilted her when she sent him a letter of her pregnancy. Her baby gotten taken by her mother to give to another family. Only, the heroine has recently found her daughter and is attempting to build a relationship with her. Next, the sister and her childhood friend pull the heroine aside to reveal a big secret: they didn't send the letter. Apparently, even when the hero and heroine were secretly dating, the heroine's sister had a big crush on the hero. So, she was heartbroken to learn and the friend suggested they throw away the letter even after reading it. In the scuffle the letter got lost and they decided to keep it a secret till they saw what happened to the heroine with both the pregnancy and the loss of her baby. They missed out on each other for 15 years. Frankly, I was surprised the heroine didn't bolt for her car with how her sister so badly betrayed her. Now, she's reeling from the news that the hero didn't abandoned her but she still has to tell him the long kept secret. Now, the heroine does forgive the sister and the hero totally accepts the heroine's news, while pulling her in for a comforting hug. They meet the daughter who figures it out quickly of who the hero actually is. It's a touching moment and I liked seeing the mother personally apologize to her granddaughter. Then we skip to the ending with a wedding where the daughter is calling the hero and heroine mom and dad.

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