A September Bride by Kathryn Springer ~ Review

A September Bride (A Year of Weddings, #10)Lucie's Review:

A great meet cute sets this story off to a terrific start, when Jesse, who is a deputy sheriff, pulls Annie over and asks if she knows why he pulled her over, and she responds, "No, don't you?"

Annie is a lovable heroine, who though new to the town of Red Leaf quickly makes it her home by reaching out to others who are lonely.

One of my favorite characters actually ended up being Jesse's mom, who bonds immediately with Annie ad offers her a job managing a bookstore. I liked how the story also followed her and the new direction her life is taking.

This was a such a sweet story, that worked perfectly as a short story, with great characters, and many secrets to be uncovered. A wonderful read!

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