1. Spring Brides
    Spring Brides
    Rachel Hauck, Lenora Worth, Meg Moseley
    Zondervan / 2015 / Trade Paperback
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  1. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    3 Wonderful Stories!!
    July 11, 2018
    Flor
    Quality: 5
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 5
    1st Story - A March Bride

    If Suz falls in love with the King of Brighton Kingdom, she could be faced with renouncing her American citizenship. Jesus made a huge sacrifice and left his citizenship in Heaven to become the Son of Man, but, remained the Son of God as well, so that He could provide us with heavenly citizenship. No matter which citizenship Suz chooses, she will remain a child of the King of Kings for all eternity.

    2nd Story - An April Bride

    God is always in charge. As we trust in the Lord always, no matter how big or seemingly overwhelming the challenges of life become, Jesus will direct our path to a brighter tomorrow where we will experience full restoration.

    3rd Story - A May Bride

    A situation or circumstance may appear to be disgraceful. However, God's grace will prevail and oftentimes we are called upon to provide assistance in enabling that grace to be recognized.
  2. Kansas
    Age: 45-54
    Gender: female
    4 Stars Out Of 5
    Spring Brides
    May 14, 2018
    Mauri
    Kansas
    Age: 45-54
    Gender: female
    Quality: 4
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 5
    I wanted to read this novella collection because A March Bride is the story of the wedding of Susanna Truitt and King Nathaniel II who we met in Once Upon a Prince. Rachel Hauck sure didn't make it easy for them to marry. In the second novella, An April Bride by Lenora Worth, there is only about a month until the wedding of Stella and Marshall, who have known each other since kindergarten. The problem arises when Marshall is injured while serving in Afghanistan. He has spent some time in recovery but is still suffering from PTSD and memory problems, which includes not remembering Stella. I got a little annoyed with Stella for not being able to accept Marshall the way he was, even when he was falling in love again with Stella. My favorite of the novellas turned out to be A May Bride by Meg Moseley. It's told by Ellie Martin, a young woman from a small town now living in Atlanta, who has an overbearing mother. She often feels caught in the middle between Mom and her younger sister, Alexa. Ellie sneaks to a secret garden on the grounds of a church to weed the flower beds as a means of lessening stress. While there one morning, she meets a man who she's seen in her favorite coffee shop and has nicknamed "Mr. Boots" because of his cowboy boots. Gray Whitby has previously noticed Ellie as well and they start a whirlwind romance. Issues with Ellie's family make their road to the altar a difficult one. Lovers of contemporary romance should enjoy this novella collection, as I did.
  3. Gastonia, North Carolina
    Age: 55-65
    Gender: female
    3 Stars Out Of 5
    Entertaining Collection of Stories!
    April 17, 2015
    Rebecca Maney
    Gastonia, North Carolina
    Age: 55-65
    Gender: female
    Quality: 4
    Value: 4
    Meets Expectations: 4
    International law, post traumatic stress and a guerilla wedding all capture the hearts and plans of three lovely brides in this entertaining collection of wedding novellas.
  4. Canada
    Gender: female
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    Incredible collection
    March 9, 2015
    KavR
    Canada
    Gender: female
    Quality: 5
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 5
    These novellas were originally released as individual ebooks in 2014. I love that Zondervan has compiled the whole year's worth into four books, divided by season. Hoorah for this spring collection -- not only because the stories are completely captivating, but because it brought the hope of spring as well.

    A March Bride by Rachel Hauck -- Amazing! I haven't read Once Upon a Prince but I got right into the story without any problem. I think fans of the book will get an even bigger thrill out of this little hiccup in Nathaniel and Susanna's love story. It is rife with angst as they struggle to mesh their lives and expectations. A beautiful and profound faith message makes this an even richer read.

    An April Bride by Lenora Worth -- This one really tugged at my heart. Such a huge subject to tackle in a novella and yet the author does an incredible job of creating a deep and moving love story around very complicated circumstances. I can't say more without posting spoilers but this novella really made an impact on me.

    A May Bride by Meg Moseley -- A memorable (and very creative) first meet had me grinning. I knew right away that Ellie and Gray were meant for each other, but Moseley takes them on a bumpy ride to matrimony. There's grit and angst aplenty as these two learn to give more than take as they face the dynamics of becoming a couple.
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