Solomon’s Oak by Jo-Ann Mapson
Glory Solomon never expected to be a young widow, a wedding planner, or a business owner, but suddenly she is all three. After her husband’s unexpected death, Glory turns his hand-built chapel into a wedding venue. Unconventional couples are drawn to the modest chapel, which is shaded under a historic tree known as Solomon’s Oak. Glory’s first clients request a pirate wedding, complete with sword-fighting and gallons of grog. In the chaos of the pirate ceremony, Glory meets two people who will change her life forever: Juniper and Joseph. As Glory struggles to raise Juniper as a foster daughter, she realizes she can’t get by without Joseph Vigil, a former cop who halts the pirate wedding when he mistakes the sword-fighting for real violence.
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