The Bride's Basket (Baskets, #3)

The Bride's Basket (Baskets, #3)

by Cait London
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The Bride's Basket (Baskets, #3) 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
ThreesmomDC More than 1 year ago
I received an Advanced Reader's Copy of this book in return for my honest opinion. After reading the first two books in this series, I could not wait to read the third one. Cait London did not disappoint me. I loved the continuation of Nora's antics with poor Dan. I enjoyed Zach's return as he found himself and then the wildness of his love interest. Nora's oldest finally shows up, right when he needed to and Josh learns that Lynn just wants his love. I hope that all the characters share the kind of love and marriage that Jessie and Virgil seemed to share. I wish it for myself, too. The only thing that I didn't like about this series, is the fact that it ended. I would really like to know what happens to more of the characters.
deborahbarrett More than 1 year ago
I received a copy of this book. This review is my opinion. I was not compensated by the author or publisher. That being said, I can honestly say you would have read a review of this book either way because I would have bought it (and still may for a keeper). I don’t give a synopsis of the book because you can read that already. What I will say is that I read the first two books in this series and was hooked. I really enjoyed all three. There is a touch of supernatural to them that I love and humor and angst. Unlike so many books today, there were no gratuitous sex scenes thrown in. These books are all story driven. I’ve enjoyed watching Nora grow to be a happy, content woman who is coming into her own after a very rough start in life. The women in this town each help each other to become their very best and they all grow and evolve. I sincerely hope this isn’t the last book of this series. There are other stories I need to read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I voluntarily chose to review this book. The source was the author. In no way has it affected my opinions) e book read 10/23/16 contemporary inspirational fiction "Blessings in baskets. It’s really true, Jessie, isn’t it? Believing in love and blessings can make dreams come true.”“That’s right, honey. The basket gives believers something to hold on to, to believe in, like an anchor. But you and I know just the right basket, don’t we? Virgil is right here, grinning away like he was the new daddy. Everything turned out just fine. The new circle is beginning, the first circle complete and making it stronger.” Jessie was the Basket Maker's widow. Virgil had been gone a while, but this closeknit group of people that surrounded the elder kept their eyes and hearts on her. There is Lynn, with plans to marry Josh and make a safe home for her son Max. Then Lynn's mother Elinor, who came to "protect" Lynn and Max, and liberated herself. Anna, the plus sized model recovering from the accident that cost her love, but not her life. Add Nora to the mix and nothing will ever be the same. Nora, pregnant with twins, engaged to their father who wants to marry her before they arrive, and her two sons, Josh, the pragmatist, and Zack the one who ran, became a success and then came back before he lost himself. But another is missing. Another torn from the circle. Will they return before it is time and make the circle complete again? This is a story of Nora. It is also a type of dance. Woven into it are tears, release, gathering, weakness, strength and hope. Metaphors abound throughout. It is a book that will make you laugh and cry...sometimes at the same time. It is lush in a fairly spartan way, whistful and active, smmothing and restting within and without. London has written a lyrical story you'll return to again. I highly recommend this work