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“An ideal escape for romance readers seeking the comfort of a hopeful, life-affirming love story.”—Shelf Awareness
From New York Times bestselling author Lori Foster comes a heartwarming, romantic story for fans of Jill Shalvis, Lori Wilde and Sarah Morgan. In The Honeymoon Cottage, locals of a quirky small town help their favorite wedding planner find her own happily-ever-after.
She was fine arranging other people’s weddings… But life had other plans.
When it comes to creating the perfect happily-ever-after, Yardley Belanger is a bona fide miracle worker. From bridal bouquets to matching cowboy boots, the quirky wedding planner’s country-chic affairs have caused quite a stir in the small town of Cemetery. But when it comes to her own love life? She’s clueless.
Perhaps it’s for the best. The thirty-one-year-old has poured her heart and soul into her business and doesn’t have time for anything—or anyone—else. And that’s something not even the gorgeous older brother of her newest client can change…right?
All Travis Long wanted was to give his little sister, Sheena, the wedding of her dreams. Ever since the tragic death of their parents, he’s done everything he can to make her feel loved and give her everything she needs. Still…a country wedding? In a place called Cemetery? But Yardley seems to know exactly what to do and how to do it—and Travis finds himself falling for her a little more each day.
Soon Yardley and Travis find themselves being nudged together by well-meaning locals who want to see the town’s favorite wedding planner get her own happy ending.
This light, summery outing from Foster (Watching Over You) will satisfy lovers of small-town romance with its abundance of quirky characters and cute animals. Wedding planner Yardley Belanger is frustrated that her town's council insists that the names of all local businesses include the name of the town itself: Cemetery, Ind. The grave implications hurt Yardley's business, but she's able to use word of mouth and a charming local tableau to attract new clients, among them Travis Long, who's helping to plan the wedding of his much younger sister, Sheena, whom Travis helped to raise. Travis can't help but be attracted to Yardley, especially when he sees her warmth and efficiency in dealing with her highly critical mother and aunt, with whom she still lives. There's never any doubt that Yardley will get her chance to have her own coveted stay at the beloved local Honeymoon Cottage, but readers will still enjoy watching her integrate Travis into her small-town life, befriend the elderly harridan who rules the town counsel, support her best friend through new motherhood, and adopt a rescue dog. Foster offers no surprises, but this sweet, breezy tale doesn't need any.