Spring Brides: A Year of Weddings Novella Collection

Spring Brides A Year of Weddings Novella Collection Happily ever after begins today The honor of your presence is requested at three spring weddings A March Bride by Rachel HauckSusanna Truitt Once Upon a Prince is three weeks from royalty She ll soon

  • Title: Spring Brides: A Year of Weddings Novella Collection
  • Author: Rachel Hauck Lenora Worth Meg Moseley
  • ISBN: 9780310338710
  • Page: 174
  • Format: Paperback
  • Happily ever after begins today The honor of your presence is requested at three spring weddings .A March Bride by Rachel HauckSusanna Truitt Once Upon a Prince is three weeks from royalty She ll soon marry King Nathaniel II of Brighton Kingdom But when the government insists she renounce her American citizenship before the wedding, coupled with the lack of involvHappily ever after begins today The honor of your presence is requested at three spring weddings .A March Bride by Rachel HauckSusanna Truitt Once Upon a Prince is three weeks from royalty She ll soon marry King Nathaniel II of Brighton Kingdom But when the government insists she renounce her American citizenship before the wedding, coupled with the lack of involvement by family and friends, Susanna s heart begins to doubt whether this marriage is God s plan for her.An April Bride by Lenora WorthBride to be Stella Carson cannot wait another day to marry soldier Marshall Henderson But when Marshall returns home to Louisiana, it becomes clear to them both that he is not the man he used to be.With only weeks until the wedding, Stella and Marshall must choose between a marriage built on the past and faith in long ago love or a very different future than the one Stella imagined.A May Bride by Meg MoseleyEllie Martin, a country girl living in Atlanta, has dreamed of a traditional wedding all her life, but she s missing a key ingredient to her plans for the future a groom Then Ellie meets Gray Whitby at a wedding of all places But when Ellie jeopardizes her own future for the sake of her sister, Gray feels like he ll always be second to Ellie s family Can Ellie and Gray find their own way together amidst the demands and perceptions of others, or will their romance end before it has truly begun
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    • Stacey Smith says:

      Let me explain why I couldn't finish this book. I did read the first part of it, the March Bride, because it was the sequel to Once Upon a Prince, and it was pretty good, for the most part. I can't complain about it too much. Wedding jitters with all the pressure of marrying a king, I suppose all the things mentioned in the story could happen. The second part of the book, the April bride, annoyed me. Stella was too whiny. Sure, she's worried about whether or not she and Marshal should marry now [...]

    • Kav says:

      These novellas were originally released as individual ebooks in 2014. I love that Zondervan has compiled the whole year's worth into four books, divided by season. Hoorah for this spring collection -- not only because the stories are completely captivating, but because it brought the hope of spring as well. A March Bride by Rachel Hauck -- Amazing! I haven't read Once Upon a Prince but I got right into the story without any problem. I think fans of the book will get an even bigger thrill out of [...]

    • Leah says:

      I really liked the first story, a March Bride. It was nice to read about Susannah and Nathaniel's wedding. I liked the second story, an April Bride. The beginning was sad, but the ending was sweet. 4 stars for those two stories. I didn't like the last story, a May Bride. It had a happy ending, but I didn't like the characters. 2 stars for this story.

    • Sarah TheAromaofBooks says:

      The next season in the year of weddings was not quite as enjoyable as the first, but still had two good stories - the third I really didn't care for at all.  However, I can't necessarily expect to like all twelve stories, written by twelve different authors, so I wasn't too fussed about one bum.March Bride by Rachel Hauck - 3.5/5 - I know that Hauck has written a 'Royal Weddings' series because it has actually been on my TBR for a while.  This story is set in that world, and is actually liste [...]

    • Grace Tolman says:

      This set of novella stories were cute. I did not know that the "March bride" featured Susanna Truitt from the Once Upon a Prince series. I have always wanted to know more about her wedding to King Nathaniel and I'm glad I got a chance to read about it. I have always loved their story and this little snippet of the weeks before the wedding was delightful to read. The April bride was my least favorite of the three. I just felt that the impatience of the heroine plus the back and forth struggle she [...]

    • Becki says:

      I really liked the March Bride. Probably because I've read all of Rachel Hauck's books and enjoyed this additional glimpse into the romance/wedding of Susanna and King Nathaniel. I found it to be well written and nicely paced. 4 stars.I really did NOT like the April bride. First of all, I couldn't handle the characters' names. They about sent me over the edge. The timeline seemed wonky - slow in some places and completely skipped in others. And the whole thing was just beyond far-fetched. 0 star [...]

    • Alysia says:

      I had high expectations after reading the Winter Brides. I found myself not really looking for time to pick up the book as the first 2 stories didn't really pull me in. They were cute enough, just not enthralling. I liked the 3rd book the most out of them all, but it felt very rushed. It's hard to not have the storyline feel rushed with a novella I'm sure though.

    • Allison Lund-Zalewski says:

      I originally bought this book for Rachel Hauck’s story. But I decided to read the other two stories. The second story was very repetitive. I didn’t care for it as much as Hauck’s. The third story was pretty good though. I didn’t expect the ending to turn out the way it did.

    • Susan K says:

      Loved this book! All 3 stories were perfect for me. Loved the novella about Nathaniel and Susanna's wedding, the conflict, her trying to understand her place in what was overtaking her life. The Pastor's advice was pertinent to anyone. Nathaniel was sweet, concerned, and the misunderstandings were portrayed so realistically for the situation they were in. Lenora W. is definitely a new author I will be trying more of. This story of Marsh and Stella, and Marsh's injuries as a soldier that leads to [...]

    • Aerykah says:

      Books reviewed individually#4- A March Bride by Rachel Hauck -- See my reviewhere #5- An April Bride by Lenora Worth -- See my reviewhere #6- A May Bride by Meg Moseley -- See my reviewhere

    • Sarah says:

      I got this book so I could read the first novella- A March Bride and I didn't bother finishing the other 2 novellas. While I would have liked to have read it right after I read Once Upon a Prince, the library's waiting list prevented that from happening. Oh well-- it was still nice to get the story of Nathaniel & Susanna's wedding.

    • Rachel Devaughn says:

      I love reading romantic novellas-they are so fun and quick to read! My favorite of these 3 stories, was the first one by Rachel Hauck. "A March Bride" picked up where the story "Once upon a Prince" ended. I have not read that book yet, but I didn't feel too lost by reading this novella first. The characters were fun and I like the christian elements in the story. The other two ebooks were enjoyable as well. I will be reading more books in the monthly bride series since I enjoyed them so much. I [...]

    • Amy Thorleifson says:

      With three novellas, I had hoped to find new authors to follow. But I found the first two novellas less than readable. The characters were unrealistic and the situations forced.The third story by Meg Moseley featured an enjoyable heroine who meets her true love while illicitly weeding church flower beds. He is attending a guerilla wedding and notices her hiding behind the flowersA cynical mother and a sister planning a huge wedding almost disrupt the romance. The Christian emphasis did seem forc [...]

    • Alicia Lowery says:

      The first story by Rachel Hauck was excellent!!! It continued the characters from another of her books I've read, so I was already invested in the characters. The next two stories went down in quality. The last was actually kind of unsettling how the characters were all at odds and then you turn the page and they get married? It seemed like too much was left unresolved. Not my favorite way to end a book with no sequel.

    • Sharon says:

      Loved this book of 3 different love stories. I liked the characters, the plots and the romance.One about an American and an Englishman.The second about a girl and her wounded soldier and PTSD.The third is the tale of a country girl and her man going against the norms of her family.Great, page-turning stories!

    • Elc says:

      Enjoyable Christian romance stories

    • Mackenzie says:

      3 in 1; A Year of Weddings, Books 4-6

    • Tiffany Faw says:

      April was my favorite!

    • Beth says:

      I really liked stories 1 and 2, but the third one I didn't enjoy so much. March Bride is part of the Royal Wedding series by Rachel Hauck.

    • Laurie says:

      First 2 were boring 3rd was okay. Disappointing.

    • Danni says:

      good stuff

    • Rebecca says:

      International law, post traumatic stress and a guerilla wedding all capture the hearts and plans of three lovely brides in this entertaining collection of wedding novellas.

    • Elizabeth says:

      A wonderful collection of stories.

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