SOME DREAMS ARE WORTH WHATEVER IT TAKES
With love in their hearts and planning the perfect wedding on their minds, the possibilities are endless for the women of Lynette Austin's new Magnolia Brides series. Readers will fall head over heels with:
• The sweet Southern charm
• The second-chance romance
• The wonderful cast of characters full of small-town heart
Jenni Beth Beaumont left her broken heart behind when she took her dream job in Savannah. But after her brother's death, Jenni Beth returns home to help mend her parents' hearts as well as restore their beautiful but crumbling antebellum mansion. New dreams take shape as Jenni Beth sets to work replacing floors and fixing pipes to convert the family homestead into the perfect wedding destination. She wants couples to find their happy place in her family home during the most important moment of their lives. However, some folks in their small Southern town are determined to see her fail.
Cole Bryson was once the love of Jenni Beth's life, but the charming architectural salvager has plans of his own for the Beaumont family home. As the two butt heads, old turmoil is brought to the surface and Cole and Jenni Beth will have to work through some painful memories and tough realities before they can set their pasts aside and have a second chance at their own happily ever after.
Praise for The Best Laid Wedding Plans:
"All about small towns, community, and sweet and sexy romance."—Booklist
"An intriguing premiere...well-developed characters and sensual romantic tension."—Publishers Weekly
In the intriguing premiere of Austin's Magnolia Brides contemporary series, spunky Jenni Beth Beaumont, an event planner in Savannah, moves to small Misty Bottoms, Ga. Her plan is to help her parents, still grieving the death of their soldier son, and save her family home by starting her own wedding-venue business. But Jenni Beth needs a loan to fix up the place, and her only option is the shady town banker. Cole Bryson, an architectural salvager and her dead brother's best friend, has a complicated history with Jenni Beth, who's had a crush on him since she was 16. He wants to buy Magnolia House, but he agrees to help Jenni Beth restore the antebellum mansion to grandeur and attempts to restore their relationship as well. In an unnecessary subplot, someone tries to sabotage their work on the house. Well-developed characters and sensual romantic tension save the book, but it's about 100 pages too long.
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It’s impossible for me to finish reading. Sorry