When a country music star returns to his small town, he realizes all that he's left behind...
Country music star Bradley Suttons is all set to marry his Hollywood actress girlfriend. There's just one thing: he's forgotten he's already married.
When he was thirteen years old, he and his childhood best friend, Sarah Standor, held a makeshift wedding ceremony in his barn. Their promise? To always be there for one another. Their vows? Not exactly legally binding.
When Bradley visits the small town where he grew up, he finds Sarah running a ranch for rescue horses...and he finally finds his inspiration again, writing new music from the heart. Even as Sarah helps him prepare for his upcoming country wedding, they both begin to wonder if their past holds the key to their future.
This uplifting, clean romance includes a free original Hallmark recipe for "Bradley Sutton" Cowboy Steak Sandwiches.
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A Country Wedding is the perfect read for spring and summer time! I thoroughly enjoyed reading this one! This book was a nice reminder that we often take for granted or overlook life's simple pleasures, such as eating an ice cream cone or going fishing, because we're too caught up in our busy lives. I'm a sucker for Hallmark movies, but what's special about the Hallmark books is that we get to read the characters' inner thoughts and feelings. That's something you don't get from watching a movie. Another thing that is really cool about all of the Hallmark books is that each book includes a recipe at the end that correlates to the story. So fun and delicious! I really hope that Hallmark fans will pick up this wonderful book as well as the others in the Hallmark line.
A Country Wedding : Based on the Hallmark Channel Original Movie By; Leigh Duncan A Hallmark movie made into a book. I never got to see the movie , but enjoyed reading the story. I love watching a good Hallmark movie. A Country man, Bradley, who goes and makes it big writing music. He is ready to marry his actress girlfriend, but wait he married his childhood friend, Sarah, when he was thirteen. Is he married or is he free to marry? A visit back to his hometown where he grew up. Will he see Sarah? Will she remember their marriage ? Does he really know the woman to whom he is engaged? This is a sweet romance and I loved it. I was given a complimentary copy of this book, but was not told that I had to give a positive review. All opinions are my own.
I received an advanced copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. This book was actually a movie made into a book, which I have never experienced. Hallmark has some amazing movies and they have decided to share these movies as books for their followers. I love to spend my time watching the Hallmark channel, especially since I don't have to wait until my kids go to bed. This book, I probably could have shared with my 8 year old who always cuddles up to me when I turn on the Hallmark channel. I can always count on everything to be family friendly and don't have to explain things that she is too young to understand! We are enjoying Christmas in July! We are spending too much time watching the Hallmark channel, but we are beating the heat! This book begins with Bradley (played by Jesse Metcalfe in the movie) juggling his career, writing new songs, planning a wedding, making public appearances and just trying to stay grounded. Bradley was raised in a small town, Mill Town and is engaged to Catherine Mann (played by Laura Mennell in the movie), an actress who got her start as a child star and is used to being in the spotlight. While on TV, Catherine blurts out that they are engaged, a secret that they have been keeping form their adoring fans for privacy reasons. We are then cut to Sarah (played by Autumn Reeser in the movie) who was born and raised in Mill Town, even still lives in the house that she had grown up in.Sarah is reminiscing about how she married Bradley at 13 years old in her parent's barn by their best friend, Adam. Bradley decides to venture home after receiving a letter from someone from his childhood. He decides that it is time that he go back and sell his house, since he has not been back since he was 13. Unfortunately, Catherine is in the middle of filming a movie and cannot drop everything to head back with him. While he is home, he is tasked with planning the wedding on his own, he reconnects with a few old friends and they manage to help him along the way with his planning. Many things are discovered about Bradley's relationship with Catherine. We laugh through this book, we cry, we are mad, but in the end, things work out in a way that we always wanted! It is a nice feel good book and movie!
Having seen the movie, based on this book, on the Hallmark channel, I wanted to see how true to the book it had been. I’m not surprised that it was identical to the book. What I enjoyed most of all was being able to get the inner monologue of the characters, something the movie couldn’t do. All in all, this story was a complete pleasure to loose myself in...even though having already seen the movie! This ARC book was complimentary, provided by the Publisher and NetGalley. I am voluntarily providing my honest review.
These story about Bradley and Sarah and how they had a second chance of love and how they found there way back to each other. I thought these book was well written and it held my attention I couldn't stop reading it. I received a copy of A Country Wedding from the Publisher and Net Gallery in exchange for a honest and voluntary review.
A COUNTRY WEDDING by Leigh Duncan National television his wife to be let it be known they were engaged. Catherine had a reason, and now he needed to find out why she did it. For Sarah, the ranch been there for generations, it was more for the horses, dogs, the gardens that she was holding dear to her. Along with all the bills, and foreclosure. A new owner to the place, and now in front of her, he once had been her husband, they were only thirteen. Then he was whisked away, and stardom came for him. Old memories never die, and with it brings two people together to share those. The healing for him, was here to write music once again from his heart. The people, the story was like visiting people you knew, delightful to read. GivenARC for my voluntary review and my honest opinion.