Saturday, April 16, 2016


Denise Hunter always seems to write a captivating story. The Goodbye Bride doesn't disappoint. A spirited bride, a hunky hero and of course the conniving rival, all make for a book that you just have to keep turning the pages.

For months Zac Callahan searched for Lucy Lovett after she disappeared seven months ago. Now he has tried to move on, then he receives a phone call, from Lucy asking him to come get her.

Lucy  awakes with no memory of the last seven months. The last she remembers she's engaged to Zac. with the wedding around the cornor. She's in a wedding dress, so believes she it's the day she is to marry  Zac.

Who is she about to marry if not Zac? Why did she run? She has lost seven months of her life. Does she want to remember since running is what she does best? Will She return to the latest fiancé or will her and Zac find their way back to each other?

As always I found Denise's storytelling compelling. She has a way of weaving her characters into believable and endearing people. With just a touch of intrigue her books are hard to put down.

I received this book free for an honest opinion from Thomas Nelson Publishers.

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