Review: A Wedding on Bluebird Way by Lori Wilde, Janet Dailey, Allyson Charles & Stacey Keith
A Wedding On Bluebird Way
by Lori Wilde, Janet Dailey,
Allyson Charles & Stacey Keith
May 29, 2018
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Format Read: eARC
Source: Publisher via NetGalley
The moment for "I do" has arrived, and all eyes are on the bride . . . until she turns heel, hijacks a Ducati, and speeds out of town! Now everyone entangled in the wedding that wasn't takes off on an unexpected adventure of the heart: A down-on-her-luck B&B owner who needs a little help finding her own bluebird of happiness. . . . A big city cop with small-town roots who pulls over the girl he could never have. . . . A jilted groom and a Type A wedding planner with mischievous twins who discover a little chaos can make life--and love--wonderfully exciting. And of course, the caterer--a hometown girl who risks getting burned when she reconnects with an old flame.
I love anthologies because I can read a story quickly put it down and do what I need to do before coming back and read another. Ones where the stories all connect are even better. This way each character truly have their own voice.
We start out at a wedding with the bride leaving the groom at the alter, so each story moves on from that. You want the owner were the wedding is taking place Felicity Patterson & Tom Loving (The Wedding that Wasn't, Lori Wilde) This one has a cures and two really likable characters. It's a wonderful start to the book.
Next we have Hank Evens & Savannah Loving (There Goes the Bride, Allyson Charles) I also very much enjoyed this one. You understood why Savannah did what she did. You wanted her to find love because she's such a nice person who was in a bad spot. Hank is perfect for her he allows her to live.
After that was Joshua Loving & Hailey Deacon (Loving Hailey, Stacey Keith) I've never read her before so this one is a new author for me. I'm glad they finally found the HEA story. I liked these two.
And last was Chance Worthington & Harper McClain (Bachelor Honeymoon, Janet Dailey) This one ties all the stories up and ends the book. I'm glad Chance got his HEA too. It's not easy being left standing in front of everyone knowing the woman you are going to marry is on the run.
All the stories are good but I will admit my two favorites are Wilde's and Charles. I like them already as authors and that's one of the reason I picked this book.
If you've read A Wedding on Bluebird Way or any other book by these authors I'd love to hear your thoughts. Thanks for visiting and happy reading! ♡