Winter Brides: A Year of Weddings Novella Collection

Winter Brides A Year of Weddings Novella Collection Happily ever after begins today The honor of your presence is requested at three winter weddings A December Bride by Denise HunterWhen Layla O Reilly and Seth Murphy make their engagement public she

  • Title: Winter Brides: A Year of Weddings Novella Collection
  • Author: Denise Hunter Deborah Raney Betsy St. Amant
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  • Page: 288
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  • Happily ever after begins today The honor of your presence is requested at three winter weddings A December Bride by Denise HunterWhen Layla O Reilly and Seth Murphy make their engagement public, she knows it s only to convince a major client that she s high society enough to work for his agency Seth has secretly loved Layla for years, but she s never given him thHappily ever after begins today The honor of your presence is requested at three winter weddings .A December Bride by Denise HunterWhen Layla O Reilly and Seth Murphy make their engagement public, she knows it s only to convince a major client that she s high society enough to work for his agency Seth has secretly loved Layla for years, but she s never given him the time of day For Layla, this romantic illusion is the chance to save her career And for Seth, it s the chance to finally win her heart.A January Bride by Deborah RaneyNovelist Madeleine Houser arranges a temporary office in a local bed and breakfast to escape the distracting renovations on her own house Although she s never laid eyes on the inn s owner, an unlikely friendship blossoms between them as they leave daily notes for each other, and before long, Maddie finds herself falling for her mysterious host a man likely many years her senior and a man she s never even met.A February Bride by Betsy St AmantHistory repeats itself when Allie Andrews escapes the church on her wedding day wearing the same dress passed down for generations of women in her family, all women with histories of failed marriages Allie loves Marcus but fears she s destined to repeat her family s mistakes When thrown unexpectedly together for a wedding months later, Allie and Marcus discover their own story might be far from over.

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    1. This was a quick, fun read. My favorite was the seconda couple who shares a love of classic things and forms mistaken ideas about the other before meeting. It was hilariousd sweetly conniving neighbor Ginny topped the cake quite nicely.The others were great, too. Layla finding that love had been in plain sight all alongd Allie learning to trust in something more than her family's disasters.

    2. These three novella's were good but Denise Hunter's Was the best and it had me at page one! I loved how it pulled me in. I can see why it was made into a hallmark movie. I highly recommend this book.

    3. These three novellas were very good! I read all of them in a matter of days.A December Bride was definitely my favorite. Layla and Seth were super cool main characters. I just wanted to keep reading and reading. The fact that they are pretending to be engaged is hilarious and sweet at the same time. I wanted this book to be a full-length novel just because of how good it was.A January Bride was probably my least favorite. It seemed to be a little “too quick” of a story. It was only okay. I n [...]

    4. I have not read much Christian contemporary since I was a teenager, and I find myself pleasantly surprised whenever I do read it, so maybe I should be reading it more! This book features 3 short stories, and while they did read like Hallmark movies (in fact, the first story in this book WAS made into a Hallmark movie!) I quite enjoyed them. This was the perfect time of year to read this. My favourite story was January Bride, then December Bride, and February Bride being my least favourite. I'm n [...]

    5. Winter Brides: A December Bride - At first I wasn’t sure if I would like a contemporary engagement of convenience story. I was surprised to find that I enjoyed it very much. The characters were likable and fun. Layla is trying to get her home staging business off the ground. Seth agrees to let her decorate his home for the Christmas Home Show which led to some adorable scenes between the two of themA January Bride - Maddie is an author and needs a place to work while the house she is staying i [...]

    6. A lovely book containing three Winter wedding stories. Easy reading and great to lose yourself in.In December bride appears to be a marriage of convenience- or is it? Will Layla and Seth have the happy ever after.In a January Bride Madeleine falls for a man she’s never met- the owner of the inn she’s staying in. They leave notes for each other.In a February Bride Allie feels that her wedding will be cursed, as she’s wearing the dress passed down through her family and she leaves the church [...]

    7. Requested from NetGalley and didn't realize I had read all three stories individually. December Bride-4 stars, January Bride-5 stars, February Bride-3 stars. Total stars-4 via average. I would recommend it. Solid stories.

    8. I like having collections of books. I've read each of these separately, but now they are gathered together for your reading pleasure:A December Brideby Denise HunterWhat started as a whim turned into an accidental - and very public - engagement. Can Layla and Seth keep up the facade in Chapel Springs this holiday season - for the sake of her career . . . and his heart?Under normal circumstances, Seth Murphy, the best friend of Layla O'Reilly's ex-fiance would be the last person she'd marry. But [...]

    9. December Bride by Denise Hunter - 3.5/5 - this was a really fun fake romance trope story, with characters who were relatable, pleasant, and had good chemistry.  The situation was plausible, and I liked how they both had their doubts, but it didn't descend into nothing but internal angst.  The story is set in Chapel Springs, where several of Hunter's other books take place, but was a completely individual story.January Bride by Deborah Raney - 4/5 - this was my favorite out of the three, abou [...]

    10. Three novellas that explore the path to love while not always easy, can lead to a happy ending if the love is true. December Bride Layla O'Reilly and Seth Murphy announce an engagement only to convince a client that she is ready for a high society assignment despite the fact that she sees herself as from the wrong side of the tracks. Seth has always loved Layla and agrees though he holds out for a real engagement. January Bride Novelist Madeleine Houser stays at a local bed and breakfast to esca [...]

    11. I thought the stories in this collection were pretty cute. I am a fan of Denise Hunter and reading the story of Layla which is connected to the Chapel hills series she has was fun. I especially liked the plot between the hero and heroine and faking an engagement. My favorite one was the second one. I really liked the plot of Madeline and Arthur writing letters to each other before meeting. These correspondence led them to have wrong assumptions against each other and it was cute when they finall [...]

    12. 4.5 stars.This book contained three stories by authors Denise Hunter, Deborah Raney and Betsy St. Amant. Each story was well done (including the writing) with just enough drama and angst, ending in a HEA. I probably won't be repeating, but I did enjoy them all.

    13. I won this collection of novellas. I read the first one and found it well written but mostly predictable. It doesn't say it anywhere on the cover, but an acknowledgement inside confirms that it's "Christian" fiction.

    14. I love reading quick, clean, Christian short stories. A December Bride - Really cute. Probably my favorite of the three.A January Bride - Cute story, but slow.A February Bride - Not your average story. Fun and not bad.

    15. This novella collection is three short winter romances that all lead to weddings. It is fast and fun to read especially at Christmas time.

    16. Most of these were much better than the norm. I especially liked the Christian themed ones. Nice, clean stories with a religious bent - perfect for Christmas time.

    17. DECEMBER BRIDEIn a December Bride, Alright, I read this part of the series after A February Bride and it was okay, I enjoyed a February Bride better but this was good in it's own way.Seth Murphy is in trouble. He found the perfect woman in Layla O'Reilly, but his best friend beat him to the punch and asked her out first. If that was not bad enough, his best friend leaves Layla for her cousin and now Layla is putting all the blame on him since he introduced the two. How can Seth fix this, read an [...]

    18. An anthology that will warm your heart for the holidaysA December Bride by Denise HunterLayla O’ Reilly’s date for a wedding just cancelled on her while she is busy at work. It wouldn’t be a big deal if it wasn’t for her cousin’s and her ex’s wedding. Unfortunately for her, her day is getting worse when Seth Murphy, the guy she blames for her broken relationship, offers her a ride after she waits on him at her job.Not really wanting his company, but not wanting to show up alone, she [...]

    19. I enjoyed reading this collection of Christian romances. The characters were warm and easy to relate with.

    20. A December Bride: I always fall so easily into Denise Hunter’s stories! This is the first in a series called A Year of Weddings. Each novella will be written by a different author. A December Bride focuses on Layla. The story starts with her scramble to find a date for a wedding–but not just any wedding. Her ex is marrying her cousin, and it still stings. She ends up going with her ex’s former best friend, Seth. Things get tricky when Seth offers a lie about his and Layla’s relationship, [...]

    21. I have read all of three novelettes included in this collection and I am glad to realize that there is a triple of the cute! All of the novelettes is a sweetheart of the read and I can´t decide which one of them I like more, because every one of them has its own charm. "A December Brise" by Denise HunterLayla is in trouble - her cheating ex-fiance is getting married, and to add to the situation, to her cousin with whom her cheated. Brokenhearted and hurt, Layla has been sporting a brave facade [...]

    22. This collection of novellas is, I believe, part of a larger series that featured novellas showcasing weddings for 12 months of a year.Denise Hunter is an author I very much enjoy, so no surprise that I found The December Bride to be a fun read. I'm a sucker for a Christmas romance anyway, and the idea of a couple working together to prepare a historic home for a holiday homes tour made for a great setting. I understand this story has been adapted to be part of Hallmark Channel's holiday lineup t [...]

    23. I enjoyed this compilation of three of the A Year of Weddings novellas. It starts with A December Bride - the story of Layla and Seth. Layla recruits Seth to go with her to the wedding of her ex-fiance and her cousin. Seth has been in love with Layla for awhile but he just happens to have been the best friend of said ex-fiance until he jilted Layla for her cousin. So now Seth has to convince Layla that he didn't have anything to do with the breakup. Seth and Layla pretend to be engaged to impres [...]

    24. I have to say I didn't read the description well enough when I requested this on NetGalley. I was expecting a new collection of winter brides and found the first three books in the Year of Weddings series. I can't really be disappointed though, because those were three of my favorite stories.December BrideLayla needs someone to be her date at her ex-fiance's wedding, his friend Seth volunteers. Seth has always liked Layla and regrets that his friend treated her so badly. A comedy of errors ensue [...]

    25. Sqqqquuuueaaaalllll! I'm so excited about Zondervan releasing the A Year of Weddings novellas in print format. They were originally published as ebooks -- one novella every month for a year. I don't have an e-reader so I missed out on this incredible collection by some amazing authors. The print versions are arranged by season -- three novellas to a book and I just had to order Winter Brides as soon as I heard about it. I mean, seriously, how could I resist with these extraordinary authors?A Dec [...]

    26. A December Bride - by Denise Hunter5 stars1/2016 - A super cute holiday read. Quick and clean and romantic. I know I'm a little late for a Christmas read, but what the heck.A January Bride - by Deborah Raney3.5 starsThis was cute. Not amazing but cute and clean. I didn't like how majority of their relationship was on paper, then bam, they meet, they are already it love, then is he still hung up on his wife who passed away 3 years ago, or can he give his heart another chanced hardly any kissing w [...]

    27. Books reviewed individually#1- A December Bride by Denise Hunter -- See my reviewhere #2- A January Bride by Deborah Raney -- See my reviewhere #3- A February Bride by Betsy St. Amant -- See my reviewhere

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