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A guaranteed 'happily ever after',
This review is from: Savour The Moment: Number 3 in series (Bride Quartet) (Paperback)
I have to admit that I read part one of this series and wasn't overly impressed by it, despite being a big NR fan, so I wasn't expecting terrific things from this one either. I was pleasantly surprised actually, for whilst it was admittedly a bit cliché and predictable in places, the writing flowed a lot better than previously. The lead characters are overall a bit more likeable and the plot, whilst abundantly fluffy works better.
A brief summary: childhood friends Parker, Laurel, Mac and Emma own and operate a successful wedding planning business, each of them with their own special forte. This time it's the turn of chef Laurel, who has worked hard to guarantee her own personal success, despite a tough childhood, to take centre stage. Laurel has been in love with Parker's brother Del forever, and all of a sudden the chemistry between them is sizzling, but can Laurel ignore her past enough to take a chance on really letting someone in?
As I've said, a good romance novel for a none too taxing read. It's a bit cheesy in places and relies a lot on coincidences and the cliché, but that's what makes it work. If you're wanting a romance to curl up with where you're guaranteed a happily ever after, then you could do a lot worse than this. Unlike a lot of other NR saga books, there's enough of a re-cap to ensure these don't have to be read in order either and you do find out a lot about the secondary characters which is beneficial. I may actually read parts 2 and 4 now!