Saturday, 4 July 2015

The Fairy Tale Bride by Scarlet Wilson

Sponsored post: I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read-to-review basis. Thanks to Scarlet Wilson, Tule Publishing, and NetGalley.
The Fairy Tale Bride
Blurb (from Goodreads):
Wedding fever has hit the little town of Marietta…

Lisa Renee loves weddings. As owner of Marietta’s bridal salon, Lisa takes charge when a celebrity wedding rolls into town and does what she does best: hosting the fairy tale wedding her clients dream of. But the celebrity’s badly behaving bridesmaids shatter Lisa’s poise, excitement, and hopes of putting Marietta and her boutique on the map. The only place she can find peace is on the pediatric ward of the local hospital where she volunteers, a place that holds more meaning to her than anyone knows. Leave it to the handsome and charming new doctor to change all of that…

Dr. Adam Brady is enjoying his new job and anonymity at Marietta’s hospital, but he hasn’t been able to focus entirely since the gorgeous business owner and hard-working volunteer piqued his interest. As he spends more time with her, sparks fly, and he realizes that he’s not the only one in Marietta with secrets…


The Fairy Tale Bride by Scarlet Wilson

My rating: 3 of 5 stars


The Fairy Tale Bride(Source: I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read-to-review basis. Thanks to Scarlet Wilson, Tule Publishing, and NetGalley.)

“Married in Marietta, can I help you?”



This was an adult contemporary romance about a woman who owned a bridal shop.

I felt quite sorry for Lisa in this story, the past she had with regards to her two sisters was really not good, and it was so sad that she had basically lost them both.

The storyline in this revolved around a celebrity wedding that Lisa was planning, and some bridesmaids dresses she really wasn’t happy with, as well as the romance storyline. I didn’t really feel like there was that much romance in this book, and this was a fairly clean romance with only behind closed doors sex.

The ending to this was very fairytale-esque, and I’m guessing that they lived happily ever after.
6 out of 10


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