They’ve helped orchestrate the perfect day for countless couples. Now twelve new couples will find themselves in the wedding spotlight in the second Year of Weddings novella collection.
Love Takes the Cake: A September Wedding Story by Betsy St. Amant
Charlotte Cantrell is always the baker; never the bride. When Will, a regular at Charlotte’s bakery, catches her attention, she can only hope that he is the reliable man this single mother has always hoped to find. The problem is that he’s regularly stopping in to buy cookies for another girl. But when Charlotte is hired to bake a host of wedding goodies for a difficult bride and finds out Will is the best man, she has the perfect opportunity to get to know him better—and find out how serious Will is about this other girl in his life.
The Perfect Arrangement: An October Wedding Story by Katie Ganshert
Amelia Woods is a small-town wallflower and the proud owner of Forget-Me-Nots, a quaint flower shop. Her love life has always been a bit lackluster—until she ends up in an embarrassing fender-bender with handsome Nate Gallagher. Meanwhile, Amelia’s younger brother, William, has proposed to his girlfriend. Amelia would be excited except she has evidence that the fiancée is not who she says she is. It seems Nate is the only one available for any advice-giving, and he’s good at it—and pretty fun to talk to too. As Amelia works to craft the perfect flower arrangements for other people, she begins to wonder if real love is better than the dream. And if it is, will Nate still be interested when he learns who she is?
Love in the Details: A November Wedding Story by Becky Wade
When Josh returns to his hometown of Martinsburg, Texas, to help his best friend get married, he didn’t intend to run into church wedding coordinator—and ex-girlfriend—Holly. He can’t help but pine after the girl he never got over. Holly broke up with Josh years ago in an attempt to ensure his future success. But she loved him then and still loves him now. As she helps him plan his best friend’s wedding, she longs to be with Josh but doesn’t feel worthy of his big-time lifestyle when she is more comfortable in her smalltown world. Will Josh and Holly be able to keep things as they are when their true feelings threaten to surface at every turn?
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Betsy St. Amant lives in Louisiana and has a heart for sharing the amazing news of God's grace through her novels. A freelance journalist, Betsy is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers. When she’s not reading, writing, or singing along to a Disney soundtrack with her young daughter, Betsy enjoys inspirational speaking and teaching on the craft of writing. Visit her website at www.betsystamant.com Facebook: BetsySt.Amant Twitter: @betsystamant.
Becky Wade makes her home in Dallas, Texas, with her husband and three children. She's the Carol Award and Inspirational Reader's Choice Award-winning author of contemporary Christian romances My Stubborn Heart, Undeniably Yours, and Meant to Be Mine. Visit Becky online at www.beckywade.com, Facebook authorbeckywade, and Twitter: @beckywadewriter.
Katie Ganshert was born and raised in the exciting state of Iowa, where she currently resides with her family. She likes to write things and consume large quantities of coffee and chocolate while she writes all the things. She's won some awards. For the writing, not the consuming. Although the latter would be fun. You can learn more about Katie and these things she writes at her website www.katieganshert.com.
I have to be very honest this was good book and my favorite novella was Love Takes the Cake by Betsy St. Amant. I read it so fast before I knew it I was finished with her novella. Which for me ended way to fast I was left wanting more.
I fell in love with characters, they were like real people to me. I gave Love takes the Cake 5 stars two times.
All three novellas were so worth the few hours I that I sat and read them.
I gave this book 4 stars and I really enjoyed it.
I was given a copy of this book by the publisher for my honest review.
Sounds really good. The only problem with a novella is you always want more.ReplyDelete
Oh boy sounds like my kind of book.ReplyDelete
I love little novellas. This one sounds great.ReplyDelete
LIKE, LIKE, LIKE, #LOVE .Blessings ,DanaGirlReplyDelete
Another book on my list to buy. Thank youReplyDelete
All of these sounds like great little love stories! I definitely want to read them. Thanks Mary!ReplyDelete
My wifw is crazy for novellas. She will be excited when I come home with this one for her.ReplyDelete
Oh boy this one sounds great. Thank you for sharing it.ReplyDelete
Sounds like a winner to me! Thank you, Mary!ReplyDelete
I hope I can get these from my library.ReplyDelete
After reading your review I just have to read these now.ReplyDelete
I can't wait for my copy to get here. I am excited.ReplyDelete
Oh yes thank you, thank you, thank you. I can't wait to read it.ReplyDelete