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Book Review: A Season to Wed

Love at Mistletoe Inn by Cindy Kirk

The Year of Weddings Novella series is great. I am glad that they were continued for 2015. I was very disappointed in the first novella of the season. The story seemed to be extremely rushed or dragging depending on what part of the story you were in. When Hope was 18 years old she married John but changed her mind right after the vows, so the preacher said that he wouldn’t turn in the paperwork. 10 years later Hope finds out that she is legally married to John. I couldn’t relate to the characters and they were so underdeveloped. Hopefully we will see more developed characters come out of Kirk’s future books.

A Brush with Love by Rachel Hauck

Ginger Winters is embarrassed by her scars. She drapes her hair to cover her right shoulder or she will put a scarf on to cover as much as the scarf as she can. She has had these scars since she was 12 years old but she has never been able to get over the ugliness that she feels. Ginger decided to become a beauty stylist and help bring out the beauty in other woman. Then Ginger traveled around the world as the personal stylist to Tracie Blue. Ginger has started her own salon and she realizes that she still feels like the scarred littler girl she has always been.

I think this story has such an amazing message on loving yourself and how others can love you. It was a short quick read but had so much inspiration backed into its pages. I loved the characters. I thought they were great. I will be honest though, I do wish the novella would have been a novel because I would have loved to spend more time with these characters. I think the plot was great but again I would love it if there was more. Always more. Hopefully Ginger winters can have a full length novel someday.

Serving Up a Sweetheart by Cheryl Wyatt

Meadow Larson owns her catering business. When the roof of her kitchen collapses, she is no longer able to stay in her home. Now she doesn't have anywhere to prepare for he catering business. Colin jumps to Meadow's rescue wanting to make up for the horrible prank he pulled on her back in highschool. Colin and Meadowhave an amazing chemistry. I loved how fiesty they were with each other. Eventually they do learn to depend on each other.

This was a very sweet story with wonderful characters. I am glad that I had a chance to read the story. It makes things wonderful. I look forward to reading some more books by Wyatt. I think she does a great job with writing her characters and making them intersting.

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