See Bride Run!

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See Bride Run!

Last Free Dates: 8th Sep 15 to 12th Sep 15
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...An enjoyable romance that fans of the genre should look up. ...

Annie Hartford is the only daughter of a billionaire and about to get married to as man she despises. Instead of going through with it, she runs and winds up in a small town with no money, no papers and no idea what she is going to do next. But the people of Pinckney are friendly and before long she has found a waitress job and a place to stay. She has also caught the eye of Pinckney’s most eligible bachelor, Sam Ballard, who owns the local cafe she now works in as well as being the town’s lawyer.  Annie now has to decide what she wants to do with her life, and whether that should include Sam, as well as working out what to do about her father who put her in this position in the first place. But Sam was also jilted at the altar and his feelings towards her are certainly mixed and he has to decide whether he wants to go through the pain of falling in love again.

I wasn’t sure what to make of See Bride Run as a romantic comedy when I first started reading it, but the more I read the more I began to enjoy it. The characters are in Pinckney are perhaps overly nice, I may be a little jaded, but the amount of help a stranger gets out of nowhere may be a little out of proportion. Regardless they are a differing and unique bunch with some standout and some others introduced and then not seen again. The plot is as obvious as you think it might be, but that doesn’t take away from the fact it is well told with all its ups and downs, and its nice to see that the path of love is not smooth. The twists are fairly well signposted, but are well handled by the story when they do arrive. The style of the story is fairly flowery with plenty of descriptions, and I didn’t notice any major editing mistakes as I read through it. I finished it off in one sitting as while the story is not short, it does pull you along cleverly from one situation to the next.

In general, it was an enjoyable romance that fans of the genre should look up.

Rating: 4
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