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    Excellent

    Excellent! It's wedding season in Marietta!! Lisa Renee owns the bridal shop in town and has seen her share of crazy but the upcoming celebrity wedding is more than even she can take. To escape she spends her down time volunteering at the hospital's pediatric ward where she meets Dr. Adam Brady. He seems honest and hardworking but also a bit mysterious. Could he possibly give her the fairy tale ending she's looking for?? Very entertaining story and one I definitely recommend.
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    Sheenan Series

    Book #2. This is book is particularly refreshing. Intense and sweet. No hot sex required to describe how the characters deeply feel for each other. Its quite amazing and magical. Its well written, witty and with sense of humor. I super like the clever exchange and intelligent play of words. As always, i like that the the lead male's perspective is also well expressed. i like that its brief but well developed with all the important highlights that made the story convincing, realistic but at the same time enchanting. Who says happy endings are make-believe or should only be applicable to fairy tales. What is important is how two souls recognize their one true mate and make the connection and have courage and honesty to protect and treasure that special link. I like the wisdom and deep insights shared in the story. Truly a keeper.
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    Not always a bridesmaid

    We've met Lisa Renee in so many of the Marietta bride stories that it is nice to finally see her get her own happily ever after. Overall I enjoyed this story; I gave it 3 stars, however, because I thought that some parts of the plot could have been thought through more carefully and realistically. I felt the premise of the lottery win and fame because of it hanging over him to be a bit of a stretch, however. These days a million (I'm assuming this is the amount because at one point the book stated "could have spent his million dollars") is not much and for a million dollar lottery winner who moves hundreds of miles from the big city where he won to be remembered and recognized by the press months later, and for the reporter to be speculating whether he perhaps knows the "celebs" who are in town for the wedding, is pretty farfetched. To make his concerns over being recognized for his lottery win seem more valid, it would have had to have been a much more spectacular lottery win, in my opinion. The saving grace for me was Lisa's character development - losing her baby sister to leukemia and then losing her other sister years later when she ran away with Lisa's fiance - you can see how these experiences have shaped her to be the person she is today.
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    Fairytale bride

    Unsure if there is a part 2 to this story , felt like it has more to it . Lovely story, easy to read
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    Everyone Should Believe in Fairy Tales

    It is the wedding season in Marrieta, so Lisa owner of the wedding store will be busy. In fact you will be laughing along, with the celebrity wedding that is happening. In Lisa's spare time she volunteers at the local hospital reading fairy tales to patients, shouldn't everyone believe in fairy tales. New doctor in town, Adam has arrived with his own secrets but enjoying the small town of Marietta. Sparks begin to fly between Lisa and Adam, but will their secrets get the best of them. A sweet small town romance, that will want you to visit Marietta this summer. I highly recommend this book. I received this book from Net galley for an honest review.
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