Monday, 30 January 2017

Book Review ~ Vision In White by Nora Roberts





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#1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts cordially invites you to meet childhood friends Parker, Emma, Laurel, and Mac the founders of Vows, one of Connecticut’s premier wedding planning companies.

After years of throwing make-believe weddings in the backyard, flowers, photography, desserts, and details are what these women do best: a guaranteed perfect, beautiful day full of memories to last the rest of your life.

With bridal magazine covers to her credit, Mackensie “Mac” Elliot is most at home behind the camera ready to capture the happy moments she never experienced while growing up. Her father replaced his first family with a second, and now her mother, moving on to yet another man, begs Mac for attention and money. Mac’s foundation is jostled again moments before an important wedding planning meeting when she bumps into the bride-to-be’s brother…an encounter that has them both seeing stars.

Carter Maguire is definitely not her type: he’s stable, and he’s safe. He’s even an English teacher at their high school alma mater. There’s something about him that makes Mac think a casual fling is just what she needs to take her mind off dealing with bride-zillas and screening her mother’s phone calls. But a casual fling can turn into something more when you least expect it. And with the help of her three best friends and business partners Mac must learn how to make her own happy memories…






This is either the third or fourth time I’ve read Vision In White / The Bride Quartet.
Yes, they are great novels, and every time I read them they bring me joy. There is just something about four women, strong, independent women who have this friendship together, that just makes me love to read about their lives and loves.

I might say this in every Nora Roberts review, but this woman knows how to write a bond between friends, lovers, family like no other.
This is the main reason why I can pick her books up multiple times and always feel happy at the end. Actually, happy is a mild word, more like the feeling you get when you are rugged up with a nice cup of tea and a good book on a rainy cold day.

Mackensie and Carter were the perfect couple to begin the quartet. She reluctant because (even though she works with weddings daily), with her mother and father being married and divorced multiple times to multiple people, she doesn’t truly, deep down believe in love. Until, of course, she meets the intelligent, clumsy, Carter.
Even though they are nothing alike, they seem to fit each other perfectly.

This is a novel if you just want something easy, bright, and of course love.

Cannot wait to read Emmaline’s story; Bed Of Roses.



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