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  • Emotional Read

    The Wedding Obsession is Book number one in the Morgan Sister Brides series by Madeline Ash. This is Emmie Morgan and Brandon “Bran” Tan’s story. This is an emotional story. Bran and Emmie have been friends for years but circumstances drove them apart. Now, Bran is back in town. Can Bran and Emmie repair their friendship and take a chance on love? Bran and Emmie have been through so many struggles. My heart hurt for them as they worked through these struggles. I fell in love with Bran. Emmie’s character holds back from letting others really see what she is feeling. This makes it harder to find a connection with Emmie but considering what she has gone through in life you get a better understanding of her character. A moving heartfelt romance with so many layers of emotions. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.

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  • Good read

    This book touches on the many emotions of a young woman who averted death by receiving a organ donation (heart donation). After surgery Emmie appears to be transfixed with marrying Bran. She proposes but then pushes him away when guilt hits. They reconnect a year later and the “Wedding Obsesssion” continues. Read on to get the answers.....

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  • Good read

    This book is a friends to lovers story with a bit of a twist. Overall the story didn't really work for me but it is well written with nicely developed characters and a unique storyline for this trope. It's a quick easy read so I think some will really enjoy it.

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  • The Wedding Obsession

    Should you always listen to your heart, especially when it is a new heart to Emmie? Emmie wakes up after her heart transplant and asks her best friend, Brandon to marry her. Of course he immediately said yes but what a way to ruin a friendship when she re-nigs on the proposal. Fast forward one year, Bran returns home after being abroad to open his own restaurant. She tries to make amends to Bran, while still having to deal with survivor guilt and her secret wedding obsession. I so enjoyed this emotional book, organ donation is the most wonderful gift that you can give and receive. Being in the medical field I have dealt with this many times. Loved the relationship that Bran and Emmie had and the journey that they took to make amends. Great characters with wonderful dialogue. I highly recommend this book.

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  • Different kind of story

    I had mixed feelings about Madeline Ash's The Wedding Obsession. While I thought her making the heroine Emmie a heart transplant recipient a unique concept I just couldn't get into her character. I liked Bran a little better, but he too was a little difficult to earn up to and see in a romantic vein. I really think this book reads more like woman's fiction which is not a problem, just not how it was advertised. I received an advance reader copy from Netgalley.

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