A November Bride By Beth Vogt

A November Bride {A Year of Weddings Novella}
By Beth Vogt
Published by Zondervan

A November Bride is a great end to the Year of Weddings Novella Series. The story takes place between two friends lost between what they think they want and what God is trying to show them. The story gives way to a woman who has followed her dream of being a chef left to take a decision that will take her away from her friends and possible love interest for a great job offer. The hero on the other hand is pretty much a ‘player’. He goes through woman very quickly and has yet to recognize his feelings for his friend as she has yet to accept the days of dating they actual went through after graduating high school.

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This novella wasn’t suspenseful or frightening of any sort, but more amusing at how much they were trying to deny they actually dated back in senior year summer. It was romantic and yet realistic. I could see myself in the main heroine.The plot was well done, short but detailed. The character development was good, without it this book wouldn’t be good; for the way it was written required a great sense of back-story. Descriptive. Scenic. As Always I don’t like short books, especially when the potential was there for a novel, but this was good none the less. The overall message was inspiring: Love does come back around if it was meant to be. This has entertained me by far and it was a great end for the series. I highly recommend this novella.

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