Happily ever after begins today. The honor of your presence is requested at a year of weddings....
A January Bride: Madeleine Houser's pen-pal friendship with a lonely widower has taken an unexpected turn.
A February Bride: Allie left the love of her life at the altar - to save him from her family curse.
A March Bride: Susanna found her prince, and happily ever after is just around the corner. But first they must pass one final test.
An April Bride: Weeks away from the wedding, Stella and Marshall must choose between faith in their past love or a very different future than either imagined.
A May Bride: Ellie has prepared for her wedding all her life...but she's forgotten the most important part.
A June Bride: The reality show ended with an engagement, so why doesn't this feel like the fairy tale Wynne thought it would be?
A July Bride: In a moment of total panic, Brendan left Alyssa at the altar. What will it take for him to win her back?
An August Bride: As far as Kelsey Wilcox is concerned, her last cowboy was the last cowboy.
A September Bride: Annie is ready to call this new town home, but one handsome policeman is ready to stand in her way...even if it means walking her down the aisle.
An October Bride: What if the only way to make your father's last wish come true...was to marry the man of your dreams?
A November Bride: Can a decades-long friendship marred by romantic missteps ever lead to happily ever after for Sadie and Erik?
A December Bride: What started as a whim turned into an accidental - and very public - engagement in Chapel Springs this holiday season.
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The first 2 stories were pleasant, with the religious overtones kept to a reasonable back seat, but the third and now fourth are insufferably preachy. There is even a bible study like set of religious questions for introspection at the end of the third story! There should be a disclaimer so people who don't care to be preached to can save their money.
Also, sadly the narration is very poor in 2 of the 4 first stories. Especially in the third where the narrator rushed through every sentence and showed no difference in inflection between male and female characters.
Why oh why did I pay full price?! Ugh.
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