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    The Marrying Kind by Ken O'Neill. $10.33. http://www.letrasdecanciones365.com/detailp/dpqy/Bq00y8v7uSfCqDpNOs.html. Author: Ken O'Neill. Publisher: Bold Strokes Books (May 30, 2012). 264 pages. Wedding planner Adam More has an epiphany: He has devoted all his life’s energy to creating events that he and his partner Steven are forbidden by federal law for having for themselves. So Adam decides to make a change. Organizing a boycott of...

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