Sunday, April 17, 2011

Review: Reluctant Bridesmaid by Wendy Davy

Reluctant Bridesmaid by Wendy Davy

Publisher: White Rose Publishing
Genre: Contemporary Romance

Heat Rating: 1



Jordan Harrison no longer trusts relationships, so when her widowed mother is swept away by a handsome, wealthy architect, Jordan fears the hasty engagement will end in disaster. After all, how well can her mother know the guy after only a few months? Intent on saving her mother from certain heartbreak, Jordan races to Breckenridge Manor to delay the wedding, but runs into more than she’s bargained for—a handsome, understanding man intent on helping her heal past wounds and open her mind to new possibilities.

Known as the man with nerves of steel, Tanner Breckenridge lives up to his reputation, but it doesn’t take long for him to discover he has a soft spot for Jordan Harrison, the daughter of his father’s future bride. Loyal to his father, but captivated by Jordan, Tanner puts his heart on the line and risks everything for a chance at love.

Clare's Review

Jordan has only one thing on her mind when travelling to attend her mother’s wedding…to stop it. She definitely doesn’t intend endorsing it, attending it, or falling in love with the handsome stranger who stops to help her when she crashes her car. Especially when the stranger turns out to be Tanner—the son of the man her mother is marrying after the shortest engagement in history.

I read this in two sittings, pausing only to sleep and work. Another classic from Wendy Davy, this story pulls you in and doesn’t let you up for air. With twists and turns that keep you guessing right up until the very end, this one is a kindle keeper.

4 1/2 Tea Cups!

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