Charlotte Malone loves matching brides to their dream wedding gown. When it comes to her own, she runs into trouble. Could it be the doubts plaguing her about her whirlwind courtship are the cause?
At 32, Tim Rose wants to settle down - in theory. Is his reluctance a sign that
isn't the one for him or just wedding jitters. Charlotte
A mysterious trunk and a wedding gown from 1912 may provide the answers to their questions.
I'd read Rachel Hauck's book, "The Writing Desk," not long again and picked this one up on Amazon. It didn't take long before her tale of a wedding dress and four brides over a century grabbed my imagination.
The strong spiritual theme throughout the book added great subtext about our relationship with the Lord. I've seen miracles and unusual experiences belittled and mocked in some Christian fiction, but Rachel handled them with great respect. It set her apart, and I'll be reading more of her novels.
Rating: 5 Stars on both content and craft.
Disclaimer: I did not receive any payment for a favorable review. As always, all opinions are mine and mine alone.
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