Hello again, savvy savers! Tonight finds us with two new awesome book reviews, and this its a review for Four Weddings and a Kiss, a collection of short stories from some well-known authors including Margaret Brownley, Robin Lee Hatcher, Mary Connealy, and Debra Clopton. This is a sweet, delicate collection of delightful stories, each filled with memorable heroes and heroines and unforgettable moments. “Spitfire Sweetheart, ” by Mary Connealy is a story centered on Maizy MacGregor, an unruly tomboy. When she causes an accident, injuring neighbor Rylan Carstens, she becomes his unlikely caregiver. Rylan has never noticed how pretty his infuriating neighbor is, and he never expected to fall in love. Also in the collection is “Love Letter to the Editor,” by Robin Lee Hatcher centers on Molly Everton, an outspoken daughter of the town newspaper’s owner. When her father brings in an outsider to be editor, she tries to drive him out of town. But Jack Ludgrove is not intimidated. He’s resolved to change Molly’s mind about him–as an editor and as a man. The collection also featured “A Cowboy for Katie, ” by Debra Clopton; this book focused on Katie Pearl, is a woman uninterested in men and love. But she needs help on her ranch and hires Treb Rayburn, a wandering cowboy looking to make a buck. The collection finishes with “Courting Trouble,” by Margaret Brownley, a story centered on Grace Davenport, the unluckiest woman alive. When her third husband is found dead, Grace is arrested. Attorney Brock Daniels isn’t interested in the case–until he meets Grace. Only a miracle will prove her innocence, but the joining of two lonely hearts may be their saving grace.
These stories were all such enjoyable reads. Each story had something that made it sweet plus it’s just nice to just have a short story to read every now and then. None of the stories had super-complicated plots that took a lot of thought or concentration to read. There was enough story and tension to want to keep going and the characters were all quite likeable. The stories each had a dose of humor to them, causing me to smile on occasion. Overall, this was a fun collection to read and a nice break from longer novels, and an awesome afternoon read for this summer season!
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