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On 4/17 Suzie Waltner wrote: Sometimes I just want something quick to read for an afternoon. I don’t want to start a full-length book and get sucked in for the next two days. This is the reason I love that there are so many novellas out right now (the Year of Weddings series is perfect for this). But “Bluebonnet Bride” by ... Short Read for a Lazy Afternoon
On 4/17 Debra Brinkman wrote: I settled down to read the introductory section, which talks about how they decided the chronological order. That was fascinating. Then I flipped around a bit, looking at things here and there. I was impressed with the number of notes, and the variety. One thing I really love is that there are "transition" ... If you do not already have a Chronological Bible, this is a really nice choice.
On 4/17 Amanda Crowther wrote: When Elizabeth was sent from her beloved Cornwall to find a husband in London, she figured finding true love would be easy. After three seasons though, she is tired of fortune seekers and must flee from being married off to an old marquess who's previous wives have meet mysterious deaths. But, is her ... A Lady's Honor
On 4/17 Christian Chick's Thoughts wrote: About the book (from the publisher): Susanna has found her true prince, and their happily ever after is just around the corner. But when Nate asks her to give up something precious to her, Susanna can't help but wonder if it's a sign that their love is not meant to be.Susanna Truitt (Once Upon A ... "a march bride" by rachel hauck