Save the date for two waterfront weddings. . .if the couples can overcome rocky pasts to walk down the aisle. Wedding planner Summer Nelson is putting the finishing touches on a fairytale wedding when a hurricane strands her at a swanky Charleston resort hotel with some crazy tourists—and her estranged husband. Alanna Stone vowed never to return to Mackinac Island, but an exhausting high profile career and an urgent plea from her parents have brought her home. And far too close to her first love.Will the reunions result in renewed love or re-broken hearts?
About the Author
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.
Cara C. Putman lives in Indiana with her husband and four children. She's an attorney and a ministry leader and teacher at her church. She has loved reading and writing from a young age and now realizes it was all training for writing books. An honors graduate of the University of Nebraska and George Mason University School of Law, Cara loves bringing history to life. She is a regular guest blogger at Generation Next Parenting and Writer Interrupted, as well as writing at her blog, The Law, Books & Life.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Waterfront Weddings When I first saw the cover I wanted to read the book, that and the title. There are actually two books in this one book. 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 fun one to read.. . I received this ebook from Barbour Publishing's NetGalley Public Catalog in exchange for an honest review. . A Wedding Transpires on Mackinac Island by Cara Putnam Alama is back on the island to help run her parents art store since her mother is caring for her father who's had a stroke. It's been over 11 years and when her brother died she's not been able to make peace with the details. Jonathan lives there and does event planning, works with many committees to get tourists to come to the island. Never traveled there but have heard many others describe the locale. Seems a very friendly atmosphere and many different types of shops. She is also a trial lawyer and had just finished a case when in walks the man who got off and buys a $5k painting. They live next door to one another and share a dock. They each hold many secrets and over time we learn of some of them. There are many mysteries and some are uncovered as the story goes long. Some she has clues to and must solve herself. The past she finds clues of what happened the night her brother died. And now she's been volunteered to help the committee and to find the missing $25k. and her mother shows up and she questions her about the paintings that are so unlike her mother's that she leaves the next day. With Jonathan's help they are able to solve some things and she does turn to God to guide her to do the right thing. I received this ebook from Barbour Publishing's NetGalley Public Catalog in exchange for an honest review.