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Wedding Belle Blues

A one-sided conversation with a horse gives a runaway bride the courage to redefine herself.

"It was true. She felt guilty for leaving David at the altar because it was rude and embarrassing, not because she actually loved him and wanted to marry him. She blanched at the ramifications of that. David Emerson was perfect in every way.

What's wrong with me that I can't love a man like him?

She looked up at the horse. 'My fiancee's a lawyer, Marie. David's wonderful. He's going to be a partner by the time he's thirty. He's smart, ambitious and driven. He's thoughtful and kind and organized. He plans everything. No flying by the seat of your pants with this guy.' Maggie gave a half-hearted laugh that she didn't feel."

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