A Wedding to Remember in Charleston, South Carolina

A Wedding to Remember in Charleston, South Carolina

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by Annalisa Daughety
     
 

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Imagine planning a fairytale wedding with a nearly limitless budget. . .but for someone else. Now imagine being stranded at the event hotel with a massive hurricane barreling down on you, a motley crew of tourists, and your estranged husband. Will wedding planner Summer Nelson be able to weather the storm alongside her stubborn husband? Or will this new

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Imagine planning a fairytale wedding with a nearly limitless budget. . .but for someone else. Now imagine being stranded at the event hotel with a massive hurricane barreling down on you, a motley crew of tourists, and your estranged husband. Will wedding planner Summer Nelson be able to weather the storm alongside her stubborn husband? Or will this new crisis tear them apart forever?

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RT Book Reviews

This book is about marriage that's on the rocks, not from any major event, but from erosion of commitment and lack of communication over time. It's a story that readers can relate to, and a reminder that marriage takes work and dedication. The author does a wonderful job of weaving the story together along with infusing a little romance.

— Angie Howatt

Radiant Lit

Wedding to Remember in Charleston, South Carolina, is a story of weathering life’s storms together. Nobody comes out unscathed, but the results of the rebuilding of hearts will make them stronger than ever. Annalisa Daughety has woven a tale that has more charm than a Southern Belle with just as much soul.

Barbour Publishers has released a few really impressive starts to this destination series. Stories that feature mature relationships and broken people who come through the fire are some of my favorites. Daughety deftly paints a portrait of what I imagine any real-life couple could face. The struggles, the doubts, the anger and most importantly faith are represented in a way that anyone can relate to whether you are married or not. While this was a bit more on the serious side it is still a story about the joy of true love and there’s a wedding, a cute kid and a dog. I enjoyed every minute of it and look forward to more other novels from this author. If you’re a fan of the South and weddings this is definitely a book you want to remember to add to your wish list.

— Renee Chaw

RT Book Reviews - Angie Howatt

This book is about marriage that's on the rocks, not from any major event, but from erosion of commitment and lack of communication over time. It's a story that readers can relate to, and a reminder that marriage takes work and dedication. The author does a wonderful job of weaving the story together along with infusing a little romance.
Radiant Lit - Renee Chaw

Wedding to Remember in Charleston, South Carolina, is a story of weathering life’s storms together. Nobody comes out unscathed, but the results of the rebuilding of hearts will make them stronger than ever. Annalisa Daughety has woven a tale that has more charm than a Southern Belle with just as much soul.

Barbour Publishers has released a few really impressive starts to this destination series. Stories that feature mature relationships and broken people who come through the fire are some of my favorites. Daughety deftly paints a portrait of what I imagine any real-life couple could face. The struggles, the doubts, the anger and most importantly faith are represented in a way that anyone can relate to whether you are married or not. While this was a bit more on the serious side it is still a story about the joy of true love and there’s a wedding, a cute kid and a dog. I enjoyed every minute of it and look forward to more other novels from this author. If you’re a fan of the South and weddings this is definitely a book you want to remember to add to your wish list.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781616265342
Publisher:
Barbour Publishing, Incorporated
Publication date:
02/01/2012
Pages:
320
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.30(h) x 1.00(d)

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Annalisa Daughety, a graduate of Freed-Hardeman University, writes contemporary fiction set in historic locations. Annalisa lives in Arkansas with two spoiled dogs and is hard at work on her next book. She loves to connect with her readers through social media sites like Facebook and Twitter. More information about Annalisa can be found at her website, www.annalisadaughety.com.

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Wedding to Remember in Charleston, South Carolina 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
jbarr5 More than 1 year ago
Wedding to Remember in Charleston, South Carolina by Annalisa Daughety Jefferson Boudreaux and Summer dated in high school. Their knit circle calls them the 'it' couple. Problem is she met Luke Nelson who cared for the lawn. They married and were having an anniversary soon. Ashley Watson works at Summer's wedding business in Charleston. Summer is an event planner and very busy. Luke works as a park ranger and also plays in a band some nights, bowls and is busy most nights. Their marriage is on the rocks and then she finds out he used the baby fund money, he doesn't even consider her feelings... She can't understand why the Lord has let them down. SHe's got faith, Luke has lost all his with the events that happened in the past several months. He has problems of his own and opens up to Summer just as the hurricane is heading towards the hotel they are at where she's the wedding planner. Justin and Ashley are also there and they get to talk about things also.. Love the location and also how both of their sides of the story are told, very believeable.. .I received this ebook from Barbour Publishing's NetGalley Public Catalog in exchange for an honest review.
sewolf0310 More than 1 year ago
A love story between Summer and Luke. Married seven years, and for the most part, a good seven years. But this past year had its troubles, between a sibling’s unexpected death and a miscarriage, the communication between them was lacking. With the help of their good friends, their family and their faith in God, they begin to see where they need to work on their marriage. But what happens when someone from Summer’s past reappears back in Charleston? Is their commitment to each other strong enough to fight for? Great read for those who love a story about love, friendship and family. The characters are easy to relate to, and the story is a nice easy read.
mrsred49 More than 1 year ago
As I live in South Carolina I always love to get a good book that takes place in my state and this one does. The story takes place in Charleston, SC in one of the very old houses that is handed down from the Grandmother to Summer Nelson where she and her husband Luke now live. She had met him there while she was staying with her grandmother and he was working in the gardens. Summer was a successful wedding planner and her assistant was Ashley who was devoriced and had moved to Charleston to get away from her past. Now Summer and Luke were trying to set her up with one of Luke's band members Justin. Luke loved music but he liked to write and had ever tried to make a way in Nashville, but when that didn't work out, he had to get a job and do the music on the side. She had a friend from the society that liked her but when she married Luke he had moved, now he is back. Will she do the unthinkable and start to see him behind Luke's back or will she be true to Luke. It seems their marriage is going wrong and they were not as close as they once were. Luke bought them a boat but the way things were going in their marriage, he got mad and started to stay on the boat. As their seperation seem to be permantely, a hurricane blew in from the Atlantic and he had to come back to the house, and they also had to put up some tourist that were stranded there. Can they take beginning together and with so many extra people. God will lead them on the right path. I really appreciate receiving this book from Barbour Book and these are my own words for the review.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago