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The Goodbye Bride #2, in A Summer Harbor series by Denise Hunter
When Lucy Lovett hits her head and can’t remember how it happened, she calls the one man she loves…Zac Callahan. But why is Zac being so cold? And how did she end up in Portland, Maine?
Zac hasn’t the faintest idea. He hasn’t seen Lucy since she disappeared weeks before their wedding. Should he help her? And if he does, will she be his…or say goodbye forever?
Number of Pages: 500
Vendor: Christian Romance Series
Publication Date: 2016
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.81 (inches)|
Series: Summer Harbor
jsrn184 Stars Out Of 5Running to loveSeptember 4, 2016jsrn18Quality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0Loved this story and how the characters are written and the story builds. Kept me interested and intrigued in the story throughout. Can't wait read the next book and find out the story behind the next brother.
Britney Adams4 Stars Out Of 5The Goodbye BrideJuly 12, 2016Britney AdamsQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0With endearing characters and an engaging plot, I really enjoyed this charming romance! Lucys and Zacs emotions were deftly portrayed, and their heartwarming journey was such fun to read. This was my first visit to Summer Harbor, and Im already eager to return. The Goodbye Bride is a delightful tale and a recommended read for fans of contemporary romance!
I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an unbiased review. All thoughts expressed are my own.
writer@heart5 Stars Out Of 5The Goodbye Bride: A Summer Harbor Novel...that should be made into a MOVIE! :)July 3, 2016writer@heartQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I loved this book by Denise Hunter!
It focuses on key characters Lucy Lovett and Zac Callahan. The story begins in the middle, seven and half months after Lucy left Zac just days before they were supposed to be married.
She wakes up in a diner bathroom, sprawled out on the floor, wearing her wedding dress and wincing from a big bump on her head. Dazed and confused, she cannot recall where she is or why shes there. All she remembers is her fianc, Zac. Ladies from the diner rush to her aid and when she finally gets near a phone, she calls the only person she remembers but the problem is, he doesnt remember her as fondly as she wished.
When Lucy left Zac, she shattered his heart and destroyed his hope by not leaving any explanation for her departure nor a promise to return. He moved on with his life (or so he thought) but his resolve to forget about his almost bride, starts to weaken when he hears her voice over the phone and realizes that she needs him more than ever. So he does what any man who loves a woman would dohe drops everything, hops in his car and travels hundreds of miles to be by her side.
Oh, but the story doesnt stop there nor does the story evolve easily. There are plot twists, surprises, ups and downs, tumultuous times, memorable moments, sweet treats and an epilogue that will take your breath away.
The author does a wonderful job of sugar coating the mystery and not revealing the details until the exactly right time. The characterization is deep and multilayered. The characters live and breathe on the page. The setting of Summer Harbor feels quaint, cozy and romantic. The Goodbye Bride is the perfect title for the story and the book cover? Simply breathtaking!
I wholeheartedly believe that this book deserves five stars and I am now a loyal fan of its author, Denise Hunter! Would love to see this book on the Hallmark Channel too!
Fiction Guild sent a complimentary copy of "The Goodbye Bride" to writer@heart in exchange for an honest review.
ShaiNorfolk, NEAge: 35-44Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5WONDERFULJuly 2, 2016ShaiNorfolk, NEAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5The Goodbye Bride? More like Hello Drama, Mysteries and Romance. The Goodbye Bride was a phenomenal novel by Denise Hunter that I could not put down!
Lucy Lovett wakes up in a diner bathroom in a wedding dress, engaged to a man she does not know, and unable to remember the last seven months of her life. Zac Callahan is the fianc Lucy left behind those seven months ago. Its something Lucy does not remember and Zac cannot forget. When Lucy asks for Zacs help in piecing together her past, Zac is put in a difficult position. Following his heart could mean disaster all over again.
I loved this book. From the very first page a wonderful tale was woven together. Ms Hunter kept my focus the entire length of the story. I loved the characters and their personalities. They seemed so real to me. I loved the setting and the plot as well. I look forward to reading the rest of the series and the rest of Ms Hunters books.
I received this book from the Fiction Guild and Thomas Nelson Publishers in exchange for my honest opinion which Ive provided here.
Angela BycroftOwhango, New ZealandAge: 25-34Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5A story I didn't want to say goodbye to.June 28, 2016Angela BycroftOwhango, New ZealandAge: 25-34Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5After being totally captivated by Denise Hunters first Summer harbour novel, Falling Like Snowflakes, I was fortunate enough to be able to immediately start on The Goodbye Bride - book 2.
This was even better, if thats possible, the book 1. The best stories have a dashing selfless hero and a normally strong woman whom circumstances have created a damsel in distress.
Such is the story of Zac and Lucy. Zac has put Lucy behind him but then comes a distressed call from her saying shes in trouble, has a head injury and doesnt really know whats happened or what to do. This after she had dumped him and run to the city.
It sets up a fantastic tale of reconciliation and reunion with some swoon-worthy moments to savour.
Brilliant winter warmer down here in the southern hemisphere.