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Posted May 13, 2014
Five Stars for five Happy Ever Afters. This was an amazing read
Five Stars for five Happy Ever Afters.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
This was an amazing read. Four novella's centred around not the bride but the sister, the best friend, the wedding planner and the potential 'other woman'.
Honey has organised a humdinger of a wedding. As over the top as you could get with hummingbirds and honeysuckle galore. While she's having bridal jitters and flipping from Bridezilla to the Runaway Bride, the women around her are having their own dramas.
Because among the wedding guests and organisers are some seriously hot men. Like Beau, the chef at Belle Fleur, the wedding venue, who is an old acquaintance of Grace the Wedding planner.
Cousin Rainer, who would do anything for Brent and Honey, including heading off Eve, Brent's work colleague who had a 'moment' with him just before he got engaged.
Then there is British Alex, Nina's best friend at the Circus who comes with her as her plus one.
Finally there is Griffin, Brent's brother, who was always around when Pippa was Brent's girlfriend back in the day and somehow made her more aware of him than ever Brent could.
Over the four stories, we get to see these romances develop, but we also see how each of these women help or influence Honey in getting through the biggest day of her life.
I read this in the original anthology and now there is an extra story about Honey herself and Brent. We caught glimpses of them all through the other stories but this was very much a happy ending. The fifth novella is a short glimpse of Honey and Brent as they drive away from the reception in the back of the limousine. Need I say more? This is a hot little read but also emotional as those last bridal qualms are soothed.
This is such a feel good read. What more can you ask for but not one but FIVE happy endings. And if you get a little teary and emotional on the way. Well that's even better.