Wednesday, December 10, 2014
November Bride - A Review
Series - A Year of Weddings Novella #12
Author - Beth K. Vogt
Title - A November Bride
Format - ebook
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Sadie McAllister has her life all planned out. She's the personal chef for several different families, dating a great guy, and has a fabulous best friend. When her boyfriend breaks up with and one of her families offers her a job opportunity that could launch her career, she turns to her best friend, Erik Davis for advice. Erik is thrilled for Sadie, but he doesn't want to see her move away. He's come to realize that she is more important to him and he'd love to move their friendship beyond friends. But does Sadie feel the same way?
I was very happy to be offered the chance to review this book. I've enjoyed the majority of these novellas and this one was no exception.
I had to wonder how long it would take for Erik and Sadie to realize that they were in love. I thought that there were several opportunities for them to sit down and talk, but they didn't. They just assumed things about the other. Still, the way that they finally worked through their issues was sweet.
I loved how she knew everything about him and he her. I also loved how they interacted with each other.
I found the book to be very fast paced. It was a quick read. Only took me about an hour or so to read it. As it's a novella, I expected nothing else. The characters were pretty well developed for a novella and it moved along at a good pace.
I received the Kindle copy of this book for free from Booklook Bloggers for the purpose of reviewing. My thoughts and opinions are my own.
Recommended to fans of weddings, novellas, Love Inspired, Beth Vogt
Rating - 4 stars