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  • Fall in love with Blueberry Springs

    Fall in love with the small mountain town of Blueberry Springs in the Veils and Vows Romance Collection. These books are great either by themselves or as a collection. You will fall in love with the people of Blueberry Springs as you watch them fall in love. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Veils and Vows, Recommend, A Great Set

    Books 4-6 of the Veils and Vows series a well written set of stories that held my interest throughout. The stories are Accidentally Married, The Marriage Pledge, Mail Order Soulmate, I will be reading the books from 1-6 again at a later time. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Fantastic series

    This has been such a fantastic series set in a little mountain town. These stories are more sexy (but still clean), suspenseful, and action-packed than the first set, but all are funny, romantic, and heart-rending. The characters are well done, as is the dialog. Wish could live in Blueberry Springs.

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  • A Wonderful Set of Stories!

    This is a delightfully sweet collection of stories about three couples and their marriages of convenience. The couples don't necessarily start out on the right foot and they have to work towards their HEA. I enjoyed reading about each couple's journey. All three stories are very well crafted and I was enchanted from the very beginning. They all definitely kept my interest from beginning to end. You will definitely be turning the pages anxious to find out how the story ends. This is truly a gem of a collection and I highly recommend it! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Awesome Box Set

    Accidentally Married Accidentally Married is a wonderful addition to the Veils and Vows Series. Jill and Burke are so much alike: proud, stubborn, determined--all traits that are sure to make sparks fly and cause them to butt heads repeatedly. At first, I thought Burke was a "callous you-know-what.” He realized he was acting like a jerk and didn't want to be that way. His change didn't happen without setbacks but his true personality definitely won me over. Jill was also a bit unlikable at times but she finally found her footing and allowed her true personality to shine. (Devon Mattson wouldn't have been close friends with Jill if she wasn't a terrific person. :) ) I absolutely loved Aunt Maggie. And Gulliver! Gulliver was the perfect counter-point to keep Burke grounded and set him straight. I'd love to see both of them get their own stories. If you like Cary Grant/Doris Day romantic comedies, I guarantee you'll love Accidentally Married. The Marriage Pledge The Marriage Pledge is an awesome addition to the Veils and Vows series. Amy and Moe are so afraid of losing what they have they can't see what they could truly be. There were times I wanted to slap them for being so obstinate. But, as they say, the path to true love never runs smooth. Knowing they have such a solid foundation for their friendship and love, I knew they would figure things out eventually. There are plenty of outside influences to add drama to the story with Moe torn between buying the bar and wondering if he really wants the responsibility. Worrying if he can be a good father or if he will take after his parents. Amy also worries about being a good parent but for different reasons. I highly recommend reading The Marriage Pledge. Mail Order Soulmate Another fabulous story by the amazingly talented Jean Oram. I've been rooting for Zach to find his HEA since he was first introduced. Being a unique guy, he had to go about it in a truly unique manner. After threatening to order a bride on-line, it seems he did just that. Or did he? Things aren't always what they seem and Catherine is hiding some pretty big secrets. I loved watching Zach fall for Xavier as much as he did for Catherine. They always say to watch out for the quiet ones and Zach is no exception. He has a big heart and falls hard. Catherine is determined to guard her heart but she can't help but fall in love with Zach. And Blueberry Springs. I laughed at the scene where they tried putting in the car seat for the first time. It brought back memories of wrestling with one. I do have one major complaint about this story: It is the last book in the series. I hate for the series to end. I hope we continue to see more of these characters as Jean Oram writes more stories set in Blueberry Springs. I loved catching up with old friends and seeing what was new in Blueberry Springs. It is a wonderful town with wonderful people. Somewhere I would love to live. I urge you to read the entire Veils and Vows series. It is awesome.

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