Review ~ A January Bride by Deborah Raney
A January Bride by Deborah Raney
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
This is the second installment in “A Year of Weddings.” This series of stories are standalones and are short and sweet.
This little story began with hand written notes and innocent misunderstandings that led to a huge surprise when the hero and heroine met. It is written in alternating point of views and deals with a little bit of heartbreak. Otherwise, it is really fluffy and sweet.
I enjoyed being lost in the book for a little while. Great read.
Who can work in a house that’s overrun by contractors and carpenters? Not Madeleine Houser, a successful novelist who gladly accepts the help of her octogenarian friend, Ginny, to arrange for a temporary office in the charming bed and breakfast owned by Ginny’s friend, Arthur. Maddie’s never met the innkeeper––but a friendship grows between them as Maddie and Arthur leave messages for each other each day. To Maddie’s alternate delight and chagrin, she seems to be falling for the inn’s owner––a man who’s likely many years her senior––and who she’s never even met.
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