“How do you tell your best friend that her wedding dress is utterly vile?”
Wedding bells are ringing for Clara and Oliver in Meet Clara Morgan – the much-anticipated third novel in the Clara Andrews series.
When Clara, Lianna and Gina all find themselves engaged at the same time, it soon becomes clear that things are going to get a little crazy.
With Clara’s best friends planning their own impending nuptials, it’s not long before Oliver enlists the help of Janie, his feisty Texan mother, to help Clara plan the wedding of her dreams.
However, it’s not long before Clara discovers that Janie’s vision of the perfect wedding day is more than a little different to her own.
Will Clara be able to cope with her shameless mother-in-law?
What will happen when a groom gets cold feet?
And how will Clara handle a blast from the past who makes a reappearance in the most unexpected way possible?
Join Clara and the gang as three very different brides, plan three very different weddings.
With each one looking for the perfect fairy-tale ending, who will get their happily ever after?
For the most part, I about laughed out loud at all of the things that happened in this story except for one aspect that I won’t spoil for new readers. Oliver showed his romantic style with a flourish ending that came unexpectedly. This book is even better than the first two books in this series by Lacey London. Five stars.
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“A hurricane the size of Texas. another time travel betrayal. Will Ronnie figure out how return home or die trying?”
Wow. Okay. Where do I start? Let me write that I loved the multiple romances found in this adventure thriller time travel book. The process of going back in time was woven in a special way and each event was easily understood for each particular time event. Many twists and turns abound and much of the novel is covered during a brutal four day hurricane. Toss in one murderer and you come up with five stars.
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