A May Bride by Meg Moseley

May Bride was a great whirlwind of faith, passion, and hard work thrown into one amazing-storytelling novella. The book had a believing plot and characters who fell into real-life mistakes and family issues.

A May Bride has a great plot. Just like An April Bride this book showed authenticity to real life problems. Everything from the characters to the spontaneity of characteristic attitudes and last minutes decision gave off real life problems. The characters written were amazing, their problems and given attitudes were very well similar to people I know in my life. Everything from beginning to end was great and didn’t leave me exhausted of reading or starved of character development. The way how God  and faith was brought into these books was also good. The use of faith being thrown around with doubt was very realistic and yet I was always reminded this was a story and not real life. Half and half is a good mixture for relation and enjoyment.

Books that relate are very hard to find these days, but this was an amazing novella with lighthearted prose that doesn’t make you overwhelmed. Highly Recommended.




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