Old friends, new loves, and a borrowed tiara.
Always Been Yours by Jaycee Weaver — Hanady's planning her dream wedding, but her injured best friend Keenan isn't the groom. If she can't see she's marrying the wrong guy soon, his leg won't be the only thing broken.
All the Moore by Toni Shiloh — Leilah Anderson has been living behind the screen to hide her disability, then she meets Reggie Moore face-to-face. Can their relationship survive the truth and distance between them?
A Holly, Bolly Christmas by Mikal Dawn — A dream wedding venue at Christmas? Sign Chahna Kapoor up. Even if her fiancé doesn’t know it…
Somehow, This Christmas by Teresa Tysinger — When not-so-merry mishaps threaten wedding planner Cate Forsyth's holiday wedding and reputation, will her own happily ever after with sweetheart Noah Bennett melt away?
A Promise So Sweet by Andrea Boyd — Lydia Osborn hasn't heard from her ex in ten years, so imagine her surprise when he shows up proposing marriage. Tis the season for love?
Every one of these authors has their own unique writing style, but each story fit together seamlessly. I follow six friends telling their own story about how God led them to their happily ever after mate. The first to marry passes a tiara down to be worn by the next friend to marry.
They are inspiring love stories. The characters are playful, down-to-earth, and witty. I enjoyed getting to know each one of them. They were written so well that they could have been a friend of mine next door. The friends stuck together since their college days were supportive of each other, and were there in the good times and bad.
The storyline is filled with joy, pain, second chances, lots of love and immersed in Christian inspiration. It's of lasting friendships whose faith in God carries them through.