April 26, 2016

Book Review: The Accidental Bride

The Accidental Bride, by Denise Hunter is an unusual modern-day love story that expresses underlying faith-based values.  As the story unfolds, more of Travis and Shay's past relationship, as well as current situation, is revealed.

Currently, Shay Brandenberger and her daughter live near a pleasant, yet small, town in Montana.  Unfortunately, bills are piling up and the bank is threatening to foreclose on their family's ranch and home.

Due to a series of accidents, Shay's monetary problems will be solved, but providing her with an even dire problem...marriage to her first love and ex-fiancé, Travis McCoy.  Fourteen years earlier, Shay was left standing on the courthouse steps on her wedding day, while her fiance, Travis, drove away without giving her a reason why he refused to marry her.

With the daunting decision to trying to save the family ranch, Shay is forced to face the past, her broken heart, and her ex-fiancé...now her new husband, when Shay discovers that she is the accidental bride.

This book is geared more towards women readers, particularly those who enjoy reading modern chick-lit with a clean romantic storyline. The Accidental Bride is a captivating and intriguing book...definitely worth reading.

Note: I received this book from Book Sneeze, which is a program designed for bloggers to write book reviews in exchange for books, yet the opinions expressed in this review are my own.

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