Tuesday, July 01, 2014
A December Bride: First in a Series
Silly me, when I started reading this series of novellas, I thought it began with January. So I read this one second.
I did not enjoy December as well as January, because the entire premise of the mixed-up couple was based in a deliberate lie to save face where face did not really need to be saved (no life threatening situations, no kidnapping or terrorism or anything really scary, unless real estate is scary to you!).
So no offense to the author, but the premise did not ring true with me. Characterization was good, happily-ever-after ending was secure, but not my favorite thus far in the series.
Thanks to Zondervan and NetGalley for review copies of each month from December through June.
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