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ABOUT THE BOOK:
Author: Denise Hunter
Publisher: Thomas Nelso
Publication Date: 2016
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Find the Book Elsewhere:Amazon ǀ Goodreads
Series: Summer Harbor, book 2
Genre: Fiction; Contemporary Romance
Rating: 5 out of 5
The Goodbye Bride by Denise Hunter | Book Review
On what should be the happiest day of her life, Lucy Lovett cannot remember a thing. She wakes in a strange place on the floor of a Portland restaurant confused about how she got there – in a wedding gown, no less! Her solution is to call Zac Callahan, the one man she does remember most vividly. But their wedding day isn’t for another several months, which means something she can’t remember has happened. Angry, Zac wants nothing to do with Lucy. But the mystery becomes, why? As Lucy tries to return home to Summer Harbor, Maine, she finds no one is eager to welcome her back.
A woman who can’t forget the man she loves. A man who wishes he could forget.
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Though reading this novel was at the top of my 2016 “must read” list, it somehow slipped through that leaning TBR and escaped the challenge. When its succeeding novel, Just a Kiss, released, I picked this beauty up in hopes I could speed read it, and discovered bliss. Prior to this I’d not read a contemporary novel for far too long. As I closed the final page, I reveled in the joy that it was. The story flowed easily and each flip of the page drew me further and further into the lives of this couple.
Suffice to say, if you’re a fan of Denise’s earlier works, you’re going to adore this darling romantic-comedy. With her signature style, she effortlessly combines humor and heartfelt romance that looks underneath the surface. The Goodbye Bride is a story you root for the reunited couple to finally find happy ever after, but also one you’re sorry to say goodbye to.#BOOKREVIEW ‘The Goodbye Bride’: An Emotional Second Chance Romance. A book review of the Denise Hunter romance. #FWArchives #BookReviews #Romance #Fiction Click To Tweet