EskieMama Reads Review: A Fairytale Bride by Hope Ramsay



A Fairytale Bride
by Hope Ramsay






Blurb:

A CHAPEL OF LOVE SHORT STORY

After a very public career disaster, journalist Jeff Talbert-Lyndon wants to escape from the world. Picturesque Shenadoah Falls, Virginia, seems like the perfect place to relax and regroup before heading back to real life. But when he discovers the charming bookstore Secondhand Prose - and its lovely, slightly overwhelmed owner- he finds a part-time job and a very tempting reason to stay...

Melissa Portman is fighting a losing battle when it comes to saving her grandmother's store - and selling the historic building may be her only option. Yet when a handsome stranger wanders in one day, she wonders if her very own fairytale is just beginning...


Review:                             4 Stars

A Fairytale Bride was a short but a delightful, refreshing read, what a way to start a new book of a series.  I really liked the characters Jeff & Melissa, they both avid readers, Melissa with her quirkiness & her fairytale t-shirts & Jeff hiding out from his family, they just found each other when both needed a change.  I was amazed how fast Jeff & Melissa knew the other was "THE ONE" it was just a matter of days, I guess this would bothered me if I wasn't an open minded that love can happen anytime &  any minute, and only YOU know when you found "THE ONE".  I can't wait to return to Shenadoah Falls to find out who the next one to fall in love.  If you have looking for a short couple hour read I recommend you pick up A Fairytale Bride,  you will not be disappointed.  I can honestly say Hope Ramsay has earned a new fan in the reader.  

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