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    cliched but a lot of fun

    A Wedding in Truhart may be a little light on the romance for some - Nick and Annie really aren’t together that much and when they are things usually don’t end all that well :) - but I really enjoyed their relationship. And there is so much more going on to keep you glued to the pages. You only get Annie’s POV, which is both good and bad. The good is that you feel like you understand her and what she’s going thru, allowing you to see why she says and does different things. Everything is revealed to you at the same time they are revealed to her so we feel a better connection to her. The bad is that you don’t get that same connection to everyone else and there is some confusion on things because she doesn’t have all of the information. I usually like to have the male and female voices in my romances because I’m intrigued by where both are coming from, but here it works. Annie goes thru moments of clarity in dealing with her family and friends so having only her voice makes that better. And while there are a bunch of clichés at play (rich snobs, small town bumpkins, that kind of thing) it brings levity and fun to Annie’s growth. With family issues, romantic entanglements, and a touch of humor, A Wedding in Truhart is a wonderful start to a new series and I can’t wait to see where Tennent takes us from here. (Complimentary copy provided in exchange for an honest review)
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    Great Holiday Romance!

    Enjoyable, delightful and filled with both humor and heartache! This is the story of a wedding in which just about everything seems to go wrong but it is also the story of a family pulling together to achieve the goal of providing one family member with a perfect wedding. The book starts in Atlanta and ends in Truhart – two completely different places. Some problems faced related to: high society versus small communities, dreams fulfilled or left behind, communication and miscommunication. The characters were enjoyable, the dialogue fun and it was all tied up with a bow at the end. I stayed up late last night to finish the story because I needed to find out how it all worked out for everyone in the end.
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    Fun romance

    I love small town romances, so this was something I really enjoyed, but I do wish the setting was more in Truhart; in the book the characters actually don't get to Truhart until about half way into the story, and it's not that I didn't like the beginning, but I just preferred the scenes in Truhart. I loved Annie; even if she was a little insecure, I still thought she was intelligent and I liked her pops of sassiness. I also liked Nick; even if he was a bit quiet, I like how he was with Annie; how he supported her. Annie and Nick are really cute together, and I liked that they've been friends since they were children. I did want there to be more scenes between the 2 of them, but this whole book is in Annie's point of view and Nick lives in a different state, so this book is more about Annie, and how she has to deal with issues with her family, and I liked Annie point of view, but I would've liked a bit more development with her and Nick. I also enjoy books that have weddings taking place because there's always some type of hijinks that go along with planning a wedding, and I find that type of thing entertaining. Annie definitely has a lot on her shoulders in this book, and she bottles up a lot of her feelings, so she has these moments where she sort of goes off the rails a bit, but I understand where she's coming from, and I was glad when she finally stands up for herself. I do plan to read more of the books in this series, and more from the author. In the end, this book was sweet, heartfelt, and kept interested the whole way through.
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    A Wedding in Truhart was an enjoyable and special read for me. I actually live in Michigan so although a fictional story it was nice to learn about locations and landmarks that I may not have known about. It took a little time for me to warm up to the story. Issues with pacing had a hand in that. Once further into the novel, I started to find it delightful. Annie had a lot to deal with. A tinge of jealously, falling in love and the crazy theatrics of her family. A wedding was the perfect setting. I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review. Despite some glitches, I ended up really liking this story.
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