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Happy Ever After (Bride Quartet, Book 4) Paperback – Deckle Edge, November 2, 2010
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- Item Weight : 11.4 ounces
- Paperback : 368 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0425236757
- ISBN-13 : 978-0425236758
- Product Dimensions : 5.46 x 0.93 x 8.23 inches
- Publisher : Berkley; 1st Edition (November 2, 2010)
- Language: : English
- Best Sellers Rank: #278,636 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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I have read all four several times and wanted to add them to my collection.
The quality of the book itself is great.
However Why was I charged over $6 when the book is clearly marked $1.
I guess you saw me coming.
I am disappointed. As I have purchased books here before and use kindle unlimited.
Inflation or was it the cost of mailing......
I have followed Nora Robert's for years and have read a lot of her work.
I have read other reviews about kindle never seeming to have her books available for free. Now I realize why. Shame
This book is about Parker Brown, the one that conceived "Vows" the premier wedding venue that grew and each of the girls had their own area of expertise.
Parker was the toughest and the strongest as she was the one with the ability to run every aspect of Vows and with minute to minute changes with the hysterical brides and their families and did it as if it were nothing, she was unshakable until Malcolm Kavanaugh was concerned. He was the polar opposite of Parker and yet he intrigued her and shocked her in ways she never imagined for herself. The brilliant green eyes and the attraction was there even though she did not want to see or acknowledge it until she got to the point where he irritated her and intrigued her at the same time and she denied until she could no longer fool herself any longer.
She denied it until her three gal buddies got in her face and made her see that she was way off balance with Mal and yet in another way he was perfect for her because he could rattle her in ways that she knew were, in her own mind, were right and at every turn he surprised her with a tenderness and always struck her on a blind side that even she never new existed.
Brilliant and fun to read and, of course, so romantic it grabs you from the first book to the last, with Parker closing the circle.
If you have a romantic heart these four books will delight and open a space within you that will stay with you for a very long time.
*WARNING, THE FOLLOWING CONTAINS SPOILERS FOR THOSE WHO HAVEN'T READ IT*
I'm glad Parker finally found the one but I feel this book lacked off something compared to the other three, don't know what it is, maybe I'll figure it out after.
What I really liked of this book, more than Parker and Mal's relationship, was finally reading Mac and Carter got married. I was expecting this moment since book two and in this one it finally happened, though I really wanted to read more of them.
I wasn't expecting that after reading book one where Mac sometimes annoyed me and I just couldn't wait to read about the other girls, Mac and Carter would be the couple I was so happy to read about when they were mentioned or had their little moments in the books.
I'd love Nora Robers to write more books about the couples. I'd love to see more of Mac and Carter, their life after the wedding, Laurel and Del's wedding as well as Emma and Jack's and Parker and Mal's. More!
The epilogue was nice and I actually shed some tears, but when I turned the page and there was no more, I was left with the sensation of something missing, of wanting more.
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Throughout the series, I also enjoyed the close and beautiful friendship between Emma, Mac, Laurel and Parker. I loved that they took what they loved as children and turned it into a thriving business, each with their own niche. They love and protect each other, involve themselves in each other's lives, back off when they need to. They all find men who are perfect for them, and who join their mix and enhance the friendship. A lovely group of people.
For those of us who love reading Nora Roberts at her best, I can definitely recommend the Bride Quartet. I know that I will reread these books many times in the future.