An April Bride has been the best out of all the novellas in this series I have read so far. The book is an amazing story about a strong faithful woman who almost lost her groom due to an IED accident while he was at war.
The book was very suspenseful. I loved the tug and war aspect of the relationship. The plot seemed more realistic in this novella and was a very humble read. The book had its plight of romance but it wasn’t too heavy which for a single person like myself was just about good. I loved the female heroine, she showed amazing passion for what she believed in and if I was in here boat I don’t know if I could have gone through with what she has done in order to save her wedding and her relationship. The book was realistic and inspiring, the way how both of the main characters worked to keep their wedding and their relationship was really stunned me and made for an amazing novella.
Overall, this book I highly recommend. Family, faith and friends are all wrapped in this book for an amazing short read.
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