A June Bride is a nice novella. Suspenseful enough to get me to keep reading. The book wasn’t a great catch like the previous two, but it was still a nice read for a day like these summer days. Slow advancement, but none the less a full novella.
The book had its whims of suspense and gave me an airy feeling of uncertainty. The characters alone were wishie-washie in their ways and for me the characters attitude and personality is a must. I didn’t have such an amazing time reading this as it was very frustrating to see the doubt in the female character so strongly, but it was real and considerably a good starting point. Character development was alright, most times I got really antsy waiting for the push of the scene. There was a good deal of romance and as in previous relationships a great deal of shoulda-coulda-woulda. I was entertained to see the characters through and I most definitely inspired to follow my heart. Make a decision you won’t regret or have a second thought on, unless you forget it that is.
I recommend this on the grounds of something quick. The drama in the book was as real and creative as could be.
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