An August Bride by Debra Clopton
Published by Zondervan
An August Bride is a novella filled with ups and downs of how our hurts can turn us into someone God doesn’t want us to be. The sweet unfolding of what we dont want, only to find what God wants for our lives.
An August Bride is a sweet, light romantic novella with a hint of realism. I loved how the main female character, really wrestled with her self on the subjest at hand. It made the connection between me and a fictional-story writer seem as if we were on the same page. Character development was a breeze. Though the plot that should have backed the main female character should have been more in tow, though it was a good balance of the time-line. This particular novella was heavely built on scene; if any of you have been in Texas long enough, you’ll know what I mean. The descriptions were great.
I was entertained and even caught myself in a few laughs and quips. The overall message was inspiring: Never let one bad event spoil your life or change your opinon on anything, you might miss out on all God has to offer. I highly recommed this novella.
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