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An Unexpected Bride
     

An Unexpected Bride

3.9 9
by Shadonna Richards
 
A KINDLE TOP 10 BESTSELLER IN ROMANCE

Emma Wiggins is about to marry her heart-stopping, gorgeous boss, CEO Evan Fletcher, in seven days-too bad he doesn't know it yet!

Desperate to fulfill her ailing grandfather's last wish to see her settle down and get married, Emma Wiggins, a 30-year-old, career-focused executive tells him a little white lie on his deathbed

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An Unexpected Bride 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
ms_kc_reads More than 1 year ago
I was pleasently surprisedby this book. I did not expect it to be very well written as soo many of the e-book have a lot of errors in them but this one did not. The story was well written. It was a quick read and I enjoyed it enough that I have continued reading the rest of the series.
WhatsBeyondForks More than 1 year ago
I took a quick liking to both Emma and Evan. They were pretty adorable and very much in denial which made them even cuter. I would have liked some more from the ending. What made Evan make his decision? What did his dad tell him? I need details! I'm way too nosy to not know these things. The time just flew while I read. I love stories like this that provide that temporary escape. That's what An Unexpected Bride was for me, a fun little escape. Overall, the story was very charming, and I look forward to more in this series. An Unexpected Bride by Shadonna Richards was provided to me by Bewitching Book Tours for review. The opinions are my own.
tweezle More than 1 year ago
Have you ever told a little white lie just to make someone's wish come true - especially if you knew you would never have to follow through? Emma did just that. Her grandfather was on his deathbed with mere days, if not hours, to live and the only thing he wanted to see before he died was for Emma to get married. Then he could die a happy man because he knew she would have a family that would carry on his bloodline. Poor Emma felt she was letting him down. Shoot, she wasn't even dating, let alone the prospect of a wedding before he passed - so Emma told a little white lie. She told her grandfather she was getting married to her boss. This lie created a turn of events that put Emma in a terrible predicament. She now had to convince her boss they need to get married because her quickly recovering grandfather has planned their wedding - A wedding he has no idea about nor would ever agree to! This story was such a fun read. Emma dug herself into a seemingly impossible hole to get out of, and every time she turned around, it just seemed to get worse. I hadn't a clue how she would convince the man who was sworn to bachelorhood that not only should they date, but they should get married in just a few days.
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This book wast bad but it did seem like it needed more
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Heartwarming
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Slow, poorly written. I didn't even finish it.