A January Bride
My Rating:3.5 out of 5 Stars
Madeline Houser is a successful novelist working on a new novel. With her deadline fast approaching, she finds it hard to concentrate in a house filled with contractors and carpenters who are remodeling her house. Her elderly neighbor, Ginny, arranges for Madeline to work out of one of her friend’s homes. Thankful for Arthur Tyler’s generosity, she writes him a thank you note that starts up a correspondence between the two. Though at first there is a misunderstanding of the other’s identity, a friendship forms between the two and as their feelings grow, Arthur isn’t sure he will be able to let go of his feelings for his deceased wife and move on.
I really liked the idea of the friendship forming through a series of letters. Despite the silly misunderstanding between the two, I enjoyed the development of their relationship. I thought this was a great addition to the A Year of Weddings series.
I received a free ecopy of this book from the publisher, Zondervan, through NetGalley in an exchange for my honest review. I received no compensation for this review, nor was I required to write a positive review. All opinions stated are my own.
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