A May Bride (A Year of Weddings Novella Series)

It all starts the day Ellie Martin, guerrilla gardener, accidentally spies on a guerrilla wedding.  And meets Gray Whitby, guerrilla wedding attendee.  And falls in love.  But it’s a long way from a secret garden to an altar, and between her emotional sister and overbearing mother, will Ellie ever get her happily ever after?

Again, this wasn’t my favorite in the series, although it was a good story.  I just found the characters hard to identify with, and sometimes they acted in ridiculous ways.  But it’s still good enough for 3.5-4 stars in my opinion, and I would give it away or maybe read it again.  And it has another happy ending, one that is quite fitting for this story.  It’s short, it’s sweet, you should give it a read.

I received a free copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley in exchange for my honest review.

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An April Bride (A Year of Weddings Novella Series)

Stella’s happily ever after started falling apart the day her fiancé Marshall was nearly killed by a roadside bomb while on active duty in the Middle East.  Now Marshall is coming home, and Stella knows that something is wrong.  Will Stella and Marshall’s dreams come true?

This is another book in the Year of Weddings novella series, but honestly it wasn’t my favorite.  I’m not sure why, I just didn’t connect with Stella and Marshall the same way that I did with some of the other couples.  It’s still a good story, and relevant, but the characters never quite came to life for me.  Still, I would give it 3.5-4 stars, and I might give it to a friend, although I probably won’t reread it like I will the ones about December, January, and February.  It does end happily, as all sappy romance stories should.  🙂

I received a free copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley in exchange for my honest review.

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