The Wedding Shop by Rachel Hauck ~ Review

The Wedding ShopLucie's Review:

Haley returns to Heart's Bend, TN, after serving in the armed forces, she feels that the time has come to go home. When she finds that the wedding shop that she and her late best friend, Tammy, played in as children is being torn down, she jumps right in to help save the shop.

Cole Danner has stayed in Heart's Bend, and he is the head of his construction company, and he was engaged to Tammy before she died. He looks at the shop with Haley, but even he has to admit that it needs a lot of work to fix it up.

So Cole and Haley work together to bring the old shop back to life.

Back in the 1930's Cora has taken over her family's wedding shop, all the while waiting for her riverboat captain, Rufus, to return so that they can wed. Cora waits for months, and when Rufus returns, she finds that he has married another. Cora struggles to help brides make their dreams come true, while her's have crumbled to the ground.

A tale of two women, decades apart who find second chances as they work to make the wedding shop a success.

Cole and Haley were childhood friends, who struggle to reconnect because of Tammy between them, but as they get to know each other again, they find new things to admire abut each other every time. I like that Charlotte is there to help Haley and mentor her, reminding her of God's love and that there is hope for everyone.

Birch has liked Cora since they were young, and he is a good friend to her family, offering to help Cora out whenever he can.

This is my favorite book in the series, I loved Cole, he was my favorite as well. I loved Haley's journey and how she comes to realize truths about her past and future. A well done read, with intertwining storylines, surprises, and plenty of romance!

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