A July Bride by Beth Wiseman ~ Review

A July Bride (A Year of Weddings, #8)Lucie's Review:

Left at the alter by the man of her dreams, Alyssa is hurt and confused, why would he do this to her?
Brendan has blown it, leaving the love of his life embarrassed and alone in the front of a church full of people. But will he be able to win her back after what he did to her, and will she be able to forgive him?

After Brendan left her at the alter, Alyssa has moved on with her life, quickly getting engaged to her brother's friend, Dalton.

This was kind of a hard book to read, because I felt that a lot of Alyssa's decisions were made out of the hurt she had experienced, and she just wasn't always being smart.

Brendan to his credit did realize that he had made a mistake, and he is a good son to his parents despite their rocky past. But I wish he'd just taken the time to talk it out with Alyssa instead of just sending cards and flowers.

Overall, this wasn't really a story that I enjoyed as there were sexual innuendos and Alyssa just seemed so clueless. There wasn't really much interaction between the characters, and it felt like most of the relationships were based on back story.

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