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Thursday, April 23, 2020

One-of-a-Kind Bride by Charlene Sands


 
 A Review by Wendy
 3.5 Promises To Keep Stars
* * * 1/2
 Spoiler Free 

Promises can be tricky. They may seem simple at the time of making them but then in a hot minute, they can become extremely complicated. Taylor Preston made a promise to her mother to become the successful bridal gown designer she wished for her.

At first, it seemed Taylor was on her way.
She was working in New York City, far away from the small town where she grew up. Taylor worked hard, her brides loved the work she did but in an ugly turn of affairs, the company let her go...saying her gowns were too edgy. This was a shock as being edgy was what the company asked for.

The good news out of all this cray-cray is that Taylor's cousin back home was getting married and she was already working on the dress. Taylor picked herself up, flew back earlier than planned, and dug in making all of the necessary adjustments.

Ryan “Coop” Cooper runs into Taylor during an out of the box meeting. He remembers Taylor well. They had a serious history, promises made, and maybe mistaken by accident. The way they keep crossing paths, chemistry reignites, and then more promises need to be re-evaluated.

This is a sweet tale about two people who do belong together, have history and will need to figure out how to make it possible.

A gifted copy was provided by author/publisher for an honest review.



Charlene Sands is a USA Today Bestselling author writing 35 contemporary and western historical romances. Her books have been honored with the National Readers' Choice Award, the Cataromance Reviewer’s Choice Award and she's a two-time recipient of the Booksellers Best Award. She's an an active member of Romance Writers of America and belongs to the Orange County Chapter and the Los Angeles Chapter of RWA.

She married her high school sweetheart and has a beautiful and growing family. When not writing, she enjoys sunny California beaches, bowling on a Valley Girls team, sipping delicious Mocha Lattes or going on “date” nights of dinner and a movie with her hero-like husband.

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