Sunday, May 4, 2014

An April Bride - A Review

Published - March 25, 2014, Zondervan

Series - A Year of Weddings # 5

Author - Lenora Worth

Title - An April Bride

Format - ebook, audio

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Stella Carson is so excited to be marrying her childhood sweetheart Marshall Henderson. When her solider is wounded overseas, she's determined to stand by him and help heal. She's even willing to postpone their wedding. Marshall's injuries are more than what he's let on. He's suffering from amnesia as well as PTSD. He doesn't remember Stella or the life they had planned together. But he's determined to marry her anyway. Will their love survive this bump in the road?

This is part of the Year of Weddings Series. Overall, I liked the book. I didn't love it, but I'm not gushing about it either. It was just ok.

I loved how Stella had to learn to trust God in a different way regarding Marshall. And I loved how Marshall kept fighting to remember her. While the storyline of the wounded hero coming home was good, I really didn't connect with either of the main characters too much. True the book only took me a couple of hours to read, but it didn't hold my interest like others in this series.

I received a Kindle copy of this book for free from Booklook Blogging Program of Thomas Nelson/Zondervan for the purpose of reviewing. I got that copy AFTER I'd  already bought one.

Recommended to fans of weddings, Love Inspired, novellas

Rating - 3 stars. Felt really blah about the whole book.


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