Career orientated Anna Colton learns that her Aunt Belle has agreed to marry a multiple divorcee, suave actor Sean Castleberry, following a whirlwind romance. Anna is determined to stop the wedding from proceeding.
Joining in her effort is Sean's handsome son, successful surgeon Dr. Clay Castleberry, and the pair work to prevent the nuptials, despite their mutual dislike of one another. Frustrated by their young relatives' efforts, Belle and Sean elope to Las Vegas in order to go through with their wedding.
Regretting their previous obstructiveness, Anna and Clay rush to join their family members in order to celebrate their wedding, developing their own romantic feelings for one another along the way. However, a misunderstanding leads to Clay abandoning plans to attend the wedding and returns home, leaving Anna to desperately try to resolve their problems, reunite with Clay, and attend the wedding in support of her aunt. Bond first wrote her novel "Stop the Wedding" in , but it was repeatedly turned down by her publisher.
In the novel the character of Belle Colton is the mother of Anna, whereas in the film, she is her maternal aunt. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved June 5, Retrieved May 16, In the novel the character of Belle Colton is the mother of Anna, whereas in the film, she is her maternal aunt.
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Stop the Wedding by Stephanie Bond.