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Number of Pages: 320
Publication Date: 2014
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
Series: Year of Weddings
Happily ever after begins today. The honor of your presence is requested at three winter weddings . . .
A December Bride by Denise Hunter
When Layla O'Reilly and Seth Murphy make their engagement public, she knows it's only to convince a major client that she's high-society enough to work for his agency. Seth has secretly loved Layla for years, but shes never given him the time of day. For Layla, this romantic illusion is the chance to save her career. And for Seth, it's the chance to finally win her heart.
A January Bride by Deborah Raney
Novelist Madeleine Houser arranges a temporary office in a local bed and breakfast to escape the distracting renovations on her own house. Although she's never laid eyes on the inn's owner, an unlikely friendship blossoms between them as they leave daily notes for each other, and before long, Maddie finds herself falling for her mysterious hosta man likely many years her seniorand a man she's never even met.
A February Bride by Betsy St. Amant
History repeats itself when Allie Andrews escapes the church on her wedding daywearing the same dress passed down for generations of women in her family, all women with histories of failed marriages. Allie loves Marcus but fears she's destined to repeat her family's mistakes. When thrown unexpectedly together for a wedding months later, Allie and Marcus discover their own story might be far from over.
Denise Hunter is the internationally published bestselling author of more than twenty-five books, including A December Bride and The Convenient Groom, which have been adapted into original Hallmark Channel movies. She has won The Holt Medallion Award, The Reader's Choice Award, The Carol Award, The Foreword Book of the Year Award, and is a RITA finalist. When Denise isn't orchestrating love lives on the written page, she enjoys traveling with her family, drinking green tea, and playing drums. Denise makes her home in Indiana where she and her husband are rapidly approaching an empty nest. You can learn more about Denise through her website DeniseHunterBooks.com or by visiting her Facebook page at facebook.com/authordenisehunter.
Deborah Raneys first novel, A Vow to Cherish, inspired the World Wide Pictures film of the same title and launched her writing career after twenty happy years as a stay-at-home mom. Deb now has more than two dozen published novels. She and her husband, Ken Raney, recently traded small-town lifethe setting of many of Deb's novelsfor life in the (relatively) big city of Wichita, Kansas. They love traveling to visit four children and five small grandchildren who all live much too far away. Visit Deb on the web at www.deborahraney.com. Twitter: @authordebraney
Betsy St. Amant lives in Louisiana and has a heart for sharing the amazing news of God's grace through her novels. A freelance journalist, Betsy is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers. When shes not reading, writing, or singing along to a Disney soundtrack with her young daughter, Betsy enjoys inspirational speaking and teaching on the craft of writing. Visit her website at www.betsystamant.com Facebook: BetsySt.Amant Twitter: @betsystamant.
CaroljoFarmington, MOAge: Over 65Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5Holiday LoveOctober 20, 2015CaroljoFarmington, MOAge: Over 65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Winter Brides is a collection of three stand alone novellas by three of my favorite authors, Denise Hunter, Deborah Raney and Betsy St. Amant. Each story is a tender, heartwarming tale of a winter bride that will leave you feeling good! Each book is a fresh, cozy, well written story. I highly recommend this book! I received this book from Betsy St. Amant.
Patti JoGeorgiaAge: 55-65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Delightful Novella CollectionSeptember 4, 2015Patti JoGeorgiaAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I love novella collections, and this one is delightful! WINTER BRIDES features three novellas written by three talented authors, including one of my VERY favorite authors Deborah Raney. Each novella (A DECEMBER BRIDE, A JANUARY BRIDE, and A FEBRUARY BRIDE) is well-written with enough action to keep me turning pages. Of course a nice, romantic ending provided the perfect finish for each story. This book is on my "Keeper Shelf" and I highly recommend it - - ANY time of year!
Rebecca ManeyGastonia, North CarolinaAge: 55-65Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5Pleasurable, Clever and Delicious!January 14, 2015Rebecca ManeyGastonia, North CarolinaAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5These are three wonderful, short, very romantic stories. Actually, I had finished two of the three in electronic version, but reading them through the second time, with a print copy in hand was even more enjoyable. Revisiting Chapel Springs with Denise Hunter was a pleasure, Deborah Raney's story was extremely clever and Betsy St. Amant's tale of the "runaway bride" was just like the icing on a beautiful cake; delicious!
What a fantastic start to owning these stories in hard-back format!
KavRCanadaGender: female5 Stars Out Of 5So thrilled these have been released in print formatDecember 18, 2014KavRCanadaGender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Sqqqquuuueaaaalllll! I'm so excited about Zondervan releasing the A Year of Weddings novellas in print format. They were originally published as ebooks -- one novella every month for a year. I don't have an e-reader so I missed out on this incredible collection by some amazing authors. The print versions are arranged by season -- three novellas to a book and I just had to order Winter Brides as soon as I heard about it. I mean, seriously, how could I resist with these extraordinary authors?
A December Bride by Denise Hunter -- What a premise! My heart ached for poor lovelorn Seth. And he's so stoic and kind and romantic. Insert swoon here. Of course Layla is clueless and a tad bitter but inexplicably attracted to the man playing her fianc. Toe-curling good.
A January Bride by Deborah Raney -- Really fun read. The hero and heroine don't meet right away -- the relationship develops in the form of letters and both make incorrect assumptions about the other. Their first meet is hysterical! Romance soon follows in sigh-worthy splendour.
A February Bride by Betsy St. Amant -- A runaway bride story that pulled at my heartstrings. Allie is so lost and Marcus is so wounded and they're thrown together months later. Raw emotion ensues. I ached for them both as I worked my way to their (thankfully) happily ever after.