Jordan Harrison doesn't trust relationships since her long time boyfriend walked away when things didn't happen when he thought they should. Now her windowed mom is engaged to a wealthy architect that she's only known for a few months. So, Jordan heads for Breckenridge Manor to see if she can talk some sense into her mom. That's when she runs into Tanner Breckinridge. The handsome son of the man her mother's going to marry. Tanner is not at all what Jordan expected and his understanding ways help to heal places inside that she never thought would heal. Jordan has wormed her way into Tanner's heart but he doesn't trust his own judgement when it comes to women. When trouble arises, will they be willing to put their hearts on the line for a chance at true love?
I just loved Reluctant Bridesmaid! The characters were very well drawn and full of life! Jordan is such a relateable gal. I really liked that she was full of determination but not in an unreasonable way. Tanner was definitely a swoon worthy hero. Oh my, his sweet and gentle ways won my heart, that's for sure! I liked the fact that he was flawed and willing to admit it. That made him all the more appealing. We're reminded in the story that people can't change hearts but God can, if we allow him to do his work. Although this wasn't a suspense type story, it had a wonderful flow to it that just kept you turning the pages. Don't be a 'reluctant reader'! Get Reluctant Bridesmaid. It's one I highly recommend (or any of Wendy Davy's stories for that matter)! Format: Kindle Edition File Size: 322 KB Print Length: 156 pages Publisher: White Rose Publishing (March 3, 2011)
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