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Posted July 1, 2011
Being Left at the Altar can sometimes be a blessing in disguise!
Sam Mackenzie wanted Emma Jordan to become his wife, but the distance he wants her to travel is just unthinkable in her mind. Fast forward three years, it's her wedding day but the groom isn't Sam and he doesn't even have the decency to show. Why has God let this happen? Should Emma have faith that everything happens for a reason and move on? Follow her story as she re-unites with the man she has always truly loved and she lets her faith in him and God finally show her how to open her heart to a life filled with love and joy.
This story was a very quick and sweet read to fill an afternoon. The characters are very personable and the descriptions of the flowers and churches involved are very vivid. You can almost smell the roses in the garden scenes and I think the one with an overabundance of white roses would be a gorgeous sight to see.
I would highly recommend this short story to anyone who is looking for a sweet and inspirational romance written by a clearly talented author to enjoy.
Originally posted at The Long and Short of It Romance Reviews.
Posted June 8, 2011
If you've read my review of Jewel AND Rose of the Adriatic - you'll know how much I enjoy these stories of love and faith by KM Daughters - this tale did not disappoint in portraying the same elements as the novels. I look forward to reading more of the "Gospa Journeys" stories.
If you enjoy Christian romance and believe in aparitions of Mary the mother of Jesus - you'll love this story!
Posted December 6, 2011
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