The Wedding Veil


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    The Wedding Veil is a literature & fiction novel. It is written by Kristy Woodson Harvey. She is the bestselling author with a few excellent titles to her name and one of them is Dear Carolina. Moreover, The Secret to Southern Charm is another exceptional title that Kristy has written.

    The audio narration of The Wedding Veil novel is done by Shannon McManus, Rebekkah Ross, Janet Metzger, and Megan Tusing. You will be thoroughly impressed with their performances which made the audio novel so much enjoyable.

    The Wedding Veil

    Present Day

    The wedding veil of Julia Baxter had passed through several generations of her family. It was considered by them to be an emblem of happy marriage. But right on the morning of her wedding day, there was something that told her that even the good luck of the veil might not help in making her marriage last forever. She escaped to the Virgin Islands in panic mode, which was done just to clear her head. Her grandmother, Babs in the meantime was feeling shaken as well and was still grieving the death of her husband.


    Edith, a socialite was struggling a lot to manage the affairs of the deluxe Biltmore Estate after the sudden death of her husband. There were 250 rooms to manage there and the entire village around was dependent on her family alone just to stay afloat. Edith was determined to uphold the legacy of her family and she trained Cornelia, her daughter to inherit it. But Cornelia had her dreams. Asheville was always her comfortable and safe haven which was far from the eyes of the press…

    The Wedding Veil novel is a great joy to listen to. The contemporary characters in the story were very interesting and the performances by all the voice artists were extremely interesting.

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