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Three Reasons to Wed (The Cedar River Cowboys) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
Some people avoid these books, and accuse them of being too formulaic. But I think of them as a big plate of perfectly prepared eclairs. You know they're all gonna be sweet and delicious, but does that make any one of them less desirable or enjoyable? Of course not! PLUS, a big bonus: No matter how sweet they may be, books don't contain a single calorie!
This book meets and exceeds all expectations. It's as sweet and delicious as any eclair, but its filling is particularly satisfying. Three adorable little motherless girls, who happen to be the beloved godchildren of our heroine Marissa, want more. They want her to be their new mommy, an idea that isn't exactly abhorrent to her. Or to their father Grady. Problem is, Marissa was their mother's best friend. Wouldn't it be wrong for them to think about each other that way? Or would it...?
Great characters, and a fast enjoyable read. WITH a happy ending. Who could ask for anything more? (Well, maybe one of those eclairs...) I'd give it four and a half stars, rounded up to five.
Marissa Ellis moved back to small town Cedar River after being hurt in the big city. But coming back to Cedar River meant coming face-to-face with Grady Parker, her high school crush and the person who married her best friend. But Grady was a widower now with three small daughters.
Marissa loved the three little girls and would do anything to make them happy. But could she agree to Grady’s proposal of marriage for them? After all, he didn’t really love her, did he?
THREE REASONS TO WED is a sweet romance that would make a reader reach for tissues multiple times. I was reduced to sniffles when the little girls’ told Marissa that she was special and their best friend, as she was their mom’s best friend. Author Helen Lacey brought out the shimmering emotions in this story that would keep a reader hooked to the pages until the end. And she did a wonderful job of bringing Grady and Marissa together despite all the emotional baggage and past grief they carried.
Highly recommended for all readers of romance.