Saturday, January 24, 2015

FOUR WEDDINGS AND A KISS By Margaret Brownley, Debra Clopton, Mary Connealy, and Robin Lee Hatcher
Four Weddings and a Kiss gives the reader the bonus of reading 4 great authors. Sometimes you find that only one or two are worth the book; but, in this case, every story keeps you turning the pages. What makes it most unique is that the stories are stories within a story. It opens with a young preacher involved in a conundrum and four experienced Pastors one up each other to share the best story to provide him with a solution.

 All the authors: Mary Connealy, Robin Lee Hatcher, Debra Clopton, and Margaret Brownley have been in my arsenal of favorite and reliable authors for romantic and entertaining reads. You can't go wrong with Four Weddings and a Kiss--well worth your time and investment.


The Wishing Season By Denise Hunter is a very entertaining read that opens like a thriller. A sweet romance that sparks with the reality of human struggles of faith and love. P. J. McKinley and Cole Evans find themselves with the dilemma of having to compete for the same prize under the same roof with the added complication of their mutual attraction.

Both P. J. and Cole live with trauma and sorrow from their pasts. This comes back to haunt their budding relationship. Whom do they trust? What do they trust--their heart or their assumptions about each other? P. J. dreams of owning her own Restaurant with her own chef masterpieces while Cole yearns to have a foster home for young people to transition into adult life. They both want the same Ancestral Home offered up by its elderly owner to the person with the best plan for its restoration and use. Her solution for two great plans is for them to share the house for a year and show which plan would be the best.

As both accept the challenge, they succeed in getting much more than they bargain for...I highly recommend you accept the challenge this inspiring romance that should be bound for your keeper shelf.