A Groom Worth Waiting for

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A Groom Worth Waiting for

A Groom Worth Waiting for Jilted by her fianc at the altar Amy Jenkins gives up on faith and love altogether But rancher Matthew Wynn knows that Amy is the right woman for him and is determined to convince Amy that God has a

  • Title: A Groom Worth Waiting for
  • Author: Crystal Stovall
  • ISBN: 9780373871629
  • Page: 275
  • Format: Paperback
  • Jilted by her fianc at the altar, Amy Jenkins gives up on faith and love altogether But rancher Matthew Wynn knows that Amy is the right woman for him and is determined to convince Amy that God has a bigger, glorious plan for both of them

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    1. Cathy on said:

      I don't often read romance, so I thought this would be a nice change of pace for me. Mostly, it reminded me why I don't often read romance. There wasn't much plot to it other than the romance, which is, I suppose, not bad if you're a romance fan.I did like the Lexington references in the book, although I caught one where it said the intersection of Harrodsburg and Versailles Rd. and they don't intersect, exactly. They bend and change names, both of them, and it's actually the intersection of Max [...]

    2. Claire Milbrandt on said:

      I like the storyline and idea of this book, and the characters are really fun. The story focuses on a woman who catches her fiancé in a very compromising position just says before their wedding. She leaves her home town of Ohio in an attempt to escape, but ends up jobless, homeless, and caught in a convenience store robbery all on her first day in her new town of Lexington, Kentucky. The backdrop to the story is beautiful, and Aunt Lila is one of my favorite characters in any of the Love Inspir [...]

    3. Jennifer Robb on said:

      This book is set in a part of Kentucky that I have visited and it was nice to remember some of the places there which is one of the reasons I gave it 4 stars. Heartbreak and betrayal are difficult things to heal from. I can relate to the female main character's issues with that--often something will bring back thoughts of a betrayal even after I think I've dealt with it. I do wish the two main characters had been a little more communicative with each other about their changing feelings. It seeme [...]

    4. groundmar on said:

      I liked the begining, and I liked the end. It was the middle 200 pages that dragged for me.

    5. Dorothy on said:

      A cute storybut sometimes the "details" can drive you crazy. I think I would have taken it in a different direction a time or two as the beginning had me interested immediately.

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