Review of One More Novella in the Year of Weddings Series: A February Bride

Leah Courtney
So I finished the last novella in the series that I have to read. A February Bride was by Betsy St. Amant. I'm not sure I could pick a favorite, but I loved this one and even cried at the ending. I was emotionally invested.

This one was a love story gone wrong at the beginning. Allie literally ran away from her fiance when doubts about the marriage record in her family- strings of marriages and divorces- made her sacrifice love to save Marcus, her fiance. Marcus doesn't understand what happened, but he still has strong feelings about Allie. The two are thrust together to be a part of his sister's Valentines Day wedding, and they had have opportunity to restore their relationship.

I loved Allie and Marcus. I had no trouble identifying with Allie and her negative self talk. It's something I sometimes have a habit of. Allie has to learn how to separate truth from falsehood in her own mind. I loved that theme, and I really enjoyed how the story played out.

This is the last Year of Weddings review (for now). But, I'll be on the look out for the others throughout this year.

Disclosure: I received a free copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. All opinions expressed are entirely my own.

Leah Courtney / Author & Editor

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