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A July Bride (A Year of Weddings Novella Book 8) Kindle Edition
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I think that this was the first book I've read by Beth Wiseman. I really enjoyed this one. I loved the characters. And I loved how Brendan fought for Alyssa. I know I'll be looking up other Beth Wiseman books and add them to my ever growing to read list.
I thought that Alyssa showed wisdom when she asked to be left alone. Her heart needed a chance to heal before it could come back to Brendan. Yet I still loved Brendan. I loved how his family life played a huge part in who he was and how he was determined to make different life choices than what his family had done.
Overall, this was a quick read. I think I probably enjoyed it more than some of the others in this series.
I received a copy for free from BookLook Bloggers for the purpose of reviewing. My thoughts and opinions are my own.
Recommended to fans of romance, novellas, Love Inspired
Rating - 4 stars
Dalton seemed like an okay guy especially since he didn't pressure her to go against the goal she made long ago. But when he did what he did at Christmas, I lost all good thought or respect toward him. Was happy with the way the story turned out
I found the faith element lacking in the story. There's talk of going to church and Alyssa prays for a sign, but there's no depth. At one point Alyssa prays for some people she found out had died during a storm, so I wondered if she was Catholic, though it's unclear. There's no mention of going to mass or anything else Catholic related. I did like her friend Sherry a lot and the wisdom she shared about marriage and forgiveness. One thing I really couldn't understand is how her brother didn't share some very important information with her about his best friend, the guy she started seeing after Brendan. I don't care if this guy gave her brother a kidney, which he didn't, he should have told his sister this very important information because it affects the rest of her life and she should be more important to him than his buddy. I also couldn't believe Brendan didn't tell her or have someone else tell her when he found out. That was probably the hardest thing for me to get over. I also didn't like when the decision of who she'll marry isn't really made by her, but by a guy. Overall, the story was okay and if you like romance, you might like it.
I received a kindle copy free from Booklook Bloggers in exchange for an honest review.
I've really enjoyed this wedding series, but this one was a little more serious and not one of my favorites. I love the cover and I love the time of year, but most of the story seemed to take place in the wintertime and I wanted a fun July story.
Content: talk of sex, waiting for marriage--vague references to some couples not waiting; talk of adultery and cheating, no details. Technically clean.
*I received a copy from the publisher through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review*