Wedding Tales, Book Two

Wedding Tales, Book Two: Honeymoon Caper (A Rebecca Butler and Khalil Khoury Novel 3)


By (author): Mary Sullivan Esseff

Wedding Tales, Book Two: Honeymoon Caper, brings together all the Tales that were not told in their entirety in Wedding Tales, Book One: Love’s Journey. Married during the Blizzard of 1966, newlyweds, Rebecca Butler and Khalil Khoury escaped the deep snows and frigid winds entombing the northeast and to begin their honeymoon in Nassau.

There, Rebecca discovers a stash of colored diamonds in a cave. Learning from local newspapers that some of Nassau’s police, politicians and government officials are corrupt, they are afraid to trust anyone with their treasure. They are caught up in a web of intrigue and corruption. MI5 has been searching for these smugglers for years. Can two naïve travelers uncover what MI5 failed to discover in years of searching?

Wedding Tales, Book Two, Honeymoon Caper continues the tales begun in Wedding Tales, Book One: Love’s Journey. Book Two reveals what happens to Khalil Khoury’s ancestors from Hardine, Lebanon. The Khoury family wedding guests tell these stories while snowed in at the home of Joanna Fitzgerald, Khalil’s sister. Does Marya’s death influence the family to leave their beloved village and go to America? Or do they have to undergo even greater hardships before deciding to forsake their homeland?

You will also learn what happens to Rebecca’s ancestor as Karl Kringle, Jr. sails across the Atlantic on his first trip outside of his provincial village of Wattenscheid. What happens to the rest of his family? Is it safe for them to stay in the only home they have ever known now that the evil Viktor von Schumacher is in jail? Or, will he figure out how to get vengeance even from prison?

You will be swept up in three unique cultures, cross two centuries and witness the events of seven generations in this intriguing family saga as you read how these people overcame treachery and shocking events to gain the strength and confidence to make life-changing decisions. You will be amazed at how closely the events that occurred more than a century before resemble what we read about in the daily news or experience in our own lives. You will resonate with their joys and sadnesses, hopes and faith. But can you act the way they acted in face of the prejudices and struggles? Can you search deep within yourself to forgive those who injure you as these courageous people forgave those who harmed them?

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Mary Sullivan Esseff
Mary Sullivan Esseff was born in 1943 in Philadelphia, PA. She met her husband, Peter, in 1964 in Salzburg, Austria while she was enrolled in a study program through Georgetown University. She graduated from Chestnut Hill College in 1965. Married in 1966 to Peter, together they founded their training company, Educational Systems for the Future (ESF) in 1969. In 1972, Mary received a Ph.D. in Instructional Technology from the Catholic University of America. Drs. Esseffs co-authored a series of books, PowerPoint presentations and software to teach people how to develop instructional materials, teach interactively, conduct a needs analysis and manage a training department, all leading to the professionalization of training in government and industry. In 2005, she was honored by Chestnut Hill College to be a Charter Member of the Libris Society. Members were selected because they exemplified one or more of the qualities celebrated in the College's motto Fides-Caritas-Scientia (Faith - Charity - Knowledge). Her first fictional work, "Love Made Visible," a short story, was published in 2000 in the Anthology "Three Naked Ladies Playing Cellos," an arpeggio of works from a group of on-line writers who met through a writers' website, Darkstormy. She lives with her husband, Peter, in Tampa, FL. They have three children and three grandchildren.

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