I received this book free from netgalley in exchange for my honest review
First things first….If you read 12 brides of Christmas you need to read this!! Almost all of the stories are connected, but don’t worry you won’t be lost. i was halfway through when i did a double take and realized the authors, and set up were the same…..and I had noticed little things here and there that jogged my memory But it was Amy Lillards The Wildflower Bride that I had an oh my goodness…this is the sister from the gingerbread bride story moment. I went back comparing both sets of stories to see which were related and how(yes I’m that crazy)
so all that to say I loved the book!! I loved revisiting some of the places ( Especially Mary’s story because she was revisiting some older characters from a past series)
I loved all the stories, but I think my favorite stories were Amy’s The Wildflower Bride, Mary’s A Bride Rides Herd and Maureen’s The Summer Harvest Bride
Meet 12 adventurous Victorian era women—a beekeeper who is afraid of bees, a music teacher whose dog has dug up a treasure, a baker who enters a faux courtship, and six more—along with the men they encounter while making summertime memories. Will these loves sown during summer be strengthened by faith and able to endure a lifetime?