The Wedding Pact

The Wedding Pact

Two best friends in college Mitch and Elizabeth make a pact that if in ten years after graduation they are both not married they will marry each other. Ten years later Mitch (still single) finds out Elizabeth never got married so he decides to travel across the country, find her and follow through on their pact. What he soon realizes is it wont be a simple as he thought.

Mitch and Elizabeth used to be college friends and they made a promise that if after 10 years neither of them gets married, they will marry each other. After ten years, Mitch is still single and finds out that Elizabeth is the same. He decides to visit Elizabeth across the country and makes their promise come true. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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