Can she risk losing her heart to him a second time?
Nuptials, gowns, and rings don’t register on Molly McCleary’s to-do list. However, to keep her fledging photography business afloat, she’s up to her eyes in brides. Then she’s offered a dream shoot documenting the renovation of a local historic property. So tempting – except her client is her high school sweetheart who walked away with no explanation and without looking back.
Successful developer Adam Larson longs to redeem himself with the people in his hometown, Cupid’s Corner in New England. He impulsively buys a rundown farm that holds precious memories intending to restore the barn to its former glory and create a destination wedding venue. He needs a marketing edge – the talents of Molly, who is more beautiful, sassy and determined than he remembered.
As they spend time together, their inevitable past attraction kicks in and grows. Adam soon realizes Molly still holds his heart. Can he persuade her to give them a second chance at love?
LeClair delivers an appealing tale of second chances in the second Cupid's Corner romance (after Dear Cupid). Adam Larson broke Molly McCleary's heart when he left her and their hometown of Cupid's Corner a week before their wedding. Six years later, Adam owns a successful construction company and is determined to win Molly back. Molly, now a photographer with a fledgling business, has never gotten over Adam and is reminded of the heartbreak he caused whenever she's hired to photograph weddings. When Adam returns to town hoping both to atone for his mistake and to transform a local property into a wedding venue, Molly's knocked sideways. Can she take a risk on Adam again, or are they permanently over? LeClair convincingly portrays the fear and joy Molly feels as she considers letting her ex back into her life, skillfully injecting the plot with heart and hope. Rich secondary characters, especially Molly's brother, Sean, and her bestie, Gemma, add charm to the quaint small-town setting. This sweet tale of the return of the one who got away will gratify hopeless romantics. (Apr.)
Picture perfect bride
Nice and cozy.
This just has Hallmark movie …….
This would be a perfect Hallmark Movie. So sweet, so predictable, so perfect for anybody wanting a HEA.
Picture Perfect Bride
Loved this story! Sweet, sad, heartache, and forgiveness topped by a love that never quit.