Sunday 30 December 2012


Publisher: Astraea Press
Pages: 170
Formats Available: Kindle

BLURB from Goodreads
Kienna loves dressing up her clients in beautiful gowns at the bridal shop where she works but she doesn't believe in fairy-tale weddings or happily ever afters. After all, her Prince turned out to be a frog, and her divorce broke her heart. So when she realizes one of her brides doesn't love her groom, she tries to warn him. If only he would listen, she could help him avoid her same fate.

Blake is sure Rachelle loves him but she leaves him at the altar. He should have listened to the wedding gown girl's warning. He should have been hurt, but instead he's only relieved--and in pursuit of the woman who tried to save him from a broken heart. If only she'd trust him not to be like her ex. Doesn't she know that when he says he loves her, it means forever?

I received an e-copy of this book from Opal Campbell at Astraea Press via my daughter.
The cover is okay, I don't think it stands out as much as it could do, but it fits in with the book.
The main character Kienna works at a bridal shop and that's how she meets the poor groom whose bride doesn't really love him. What would you do in Kienna's place? Tell the groom? Just keep quiet? You know from the blurb above that the bride ends up jilting the poor groom at the alter in the end anyway. Which I think was kind of a blessing at least they are not stuck in a loveless marriage. So now the groom is "free" he turns his amorous attentions onto Kienna. But does she want him? Can she trust him? Is it true love? Is it fate they met?
I really enjoyed this book, it's basically a romantic tale. There were places where it made you give a wry smile. After all the warnings the groom has he still turns up t his wedding only to be jilted at the altar. It makes you wonder if fate is at work, pusing Kienna and the jilted groom Blake together. Are they meant to be together and live happily ever after?
So did I enjoy it? Yes, would I read more by Kathy Bosman? Yes Would I recommend? Yes to all lovers of romance and chick lit.

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