A February Bride was my favorite out of the three I’ve read so far. It had more of a depth that spoke to me. The main plat and issue developing was about getting over a past of generational obscurities that seem to keep chasing you.
It felt more like I was reading an actual novel than a novella, simply put enigmatic and beautiful. Allie and Marcus had planned the wedding as was already in place, until jitter bugs catch Allie right before she hits the aisle. Allie does one thing she knows will only satiate the nagging feeling of screwing up her life and Marcus’. She runs! Marcus can’t believe she jilted him, but never once did he quit thinking about Allie. Allie never once stopped thinking about Him either.
Allie’s best friend is getting married and wants her to be maid of honor, only problem is, Allie’s best friend is Marcus’ little sister. Wedding games and party;s are happening, Allie and Marcus’ can’t seem to find distance like the four months that had passed between them after Allie ran out on her wedding day. Or do they wants to find space. Old wounds open up as Allie and Marcus’ rehash what could have went wrong.
An amazing novella that took me through my own worries about how I will survive getting to the altar. God surely took Allie’s doubts of generational curses and destroyed them right before her, but giving her an amazing husband and a mother-in-law who is very wise.
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