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Love at Mistletoe Inn: A December Wedding Story

Love at Mistletoe Inn: A December Wedding Story

Geschrieben von Cindy Kirk

Erzählt von Julie Lyles Carr


Love at Mistletoe Inn: A December Wedding Story

Geschrieben von Cindy Kirk

Erzählt von Julie Lyles Carr

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Nov 25, 2014
ISBN:
9780310343677
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Beschreibung

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.

An owner of a Victorian inn and charming rustic barn is used to creating the perfect setting for other couples’ nuptials. But when she falls head over heels for the new man in her life, will she be prepared to walk down that aisle?
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Nov 25, 2014
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Über den Autor

Cindy Kirk is a Booksellers’ Best Award Winner, a National Readers’ Choice Awards finalist and a Publishers Weekly bestselling author. Cindy has served on the Board of Directors of the Romance Writers of America (RWA) since 2007 and currently serves as President. She is a frequent speaker at national and regional writing conferences. Website: www.cindykirk.com Twitter: @CindyKirkAuthor  

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  • (3/5)
    This holiday romance has:
    ❄Focus on a Winter Holiday
    ❄Friend/Family Reunion
    ❄Second Chances

    Say you ran off after prom and married your high-school sweetheart. Say you regretted it and the person who officiated your wedding promised that not submitting the paperwork meant it never happened. Say you found out ten years later that your "oops, it didn't count" marriage really did count. What then?

    I liked this book because it was thoughtful. The two characters communicated. They made lists, they discussed boundaries. They got to know each other again. It was very sweet. (Provided by publisher)
  • (5/5)
    Love at Mistletoe InnCindy KirkBook Summary: 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. Hope Prentiss didn’t go to the Harmony High School senior prom. Instead, she and John Burke drove to Boise and got married. At eighteen. But when Hope panicked after saying “I do,” the mail-order preacher assured her he just wouldn’t send in the paperwork. No forms, no marriage, no problem. Right? Well . . .Now, ten years later, Hope discovers that her prom-night wedding counted—and, as fate would have it, the jilted John Burke has just ridden back into town. And he’s staying with her Aunt Verna at the inn where she and Hope host weddings. Though Hope thinks she wants an annulment, a little time with John makes her think twice . . . and emotions between the more-or-less Mr. and Mrs. Burke reach a boiling point a soon as they get a moment alone. With annulment out the window, Hope finds herself staring in the face of a divorce. But after spending some time with John and helping plan a Christmas wedding for a mystery couple, Hope begins to wonder if she really wants a divorce … or a real wedding of her own.Review: This story was primarily about a couple that eloped during the senior prom and broke up due to the brides fear of poverty. A very real possibility when you are 18 and married. The sweet part was that through being young they thought they were not married. Yet they were. Thus begins the adventure of this story. I liked John a lot. He was a steady and loyal guy who loved Hope despite herself. Hope had a rough childhood of parents fighting over money. While this drove how she worked and saved it, she was not written as a penny pincher. I liked the story line and found it to be an enjoyable read. I did not find it to be a Christmas novella. I found it to be a winter story. There was a lot of snow and fire places since this was Idaho. Vera was the best of the characters and many times a secondary character holds the story together. So altogether this was a pretty enjoyable story.I would like to thank BookLook Blogger and Zondervan for allowing me to read and review this book in return for a free copy and I was never asked to write a favorable review by anyone.