From New York Times best selling author, Kelly Elliott, comes a new series her Wanted fans will adore. Filled with love, hope, and second chances, Love at First Sight, is book one in the Southern Brides series. Each book in this series will be stand alone books.
Love at first sight.
That's what it was when Rip Myers came up to me in kindergarten. From that point on, we were inseparable best friends.
When I work up the courage to tell Rip I love him, I am met with rejection. He tells me he treasures our friendship too much. That statement might as well be a knife to my heart.
I want to hold out hope that he'll change his mind.
Instead, he moves on.
The only choice I have is to pretend that doesn't slay me.
So, I say yes…to the man I love. But he isn't the man I've been in love with nearly my entire life.
APPLE BOOKS REVIEW
Fans of bestselling author Kelly Elliott’s Cowboys and Angels novels will be pleased to see Chloe Parker, a child from Elliot's 2017 novel Lost Love, return to lead the first romance in her heartbreaking Southern Bride series. Here, we meet Chloe in Texas Hill Country as she's on the brink of marriage. But, as her boyfriend of ten months proposes, she can’t help thinking about her first love and high school best friend, Rip Myers. What follows is a sweet and moving romance with just the perfect dash of drama. As Rip and Chloe re-evaluate their “friendship”, Elliott has us swooning over Rip’s Southern gentleman’s charm as we long for him to realise that Chloe is the love of his life. Love at First Sight is a perfect escapist romance that might just leave you wishing it wasn’t fiction.
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Chloe and Rip 🖤
This book is a follow up to another Kelly Elliot series. Kelly is an amazing story teller! I was hooked on the series based on Chloe’s parents and family and couldn’t wait to read Chloe’s story! Well worth it! I have read the other two books in the series as well and LOVED them!
It was great seeing Chloe’s love story.
This book wastes like ten chapters saying the same thing (that everyone thought you two would end up/belong together) over and over and over and... hopefully you get the point.
The character names are cringeworthy, all of them. The main characters, although they start off as high school seniors, when the book actually finally “starts” around chapter 8 (eyeroll) they haven’t really grown up any. Same childish behavior.
I wouldn’t waste me time on this one.