23 February 2016

The Goodbye Bride by Denise Hunter

She only remembers loving him. But he can’t forget the way she left.

Following a concussion, Lucy Lovett can’t remember the last seven months of her life. She doesn’t remember leaving her fiancé Zac Callahan weeks before their wedding or moving to Portland, Maine. And she sure doesn’t remember getting engaged to another man. All she remembers is loving Zac more than life itself.

It’s taken Zac months to move on after Lucy left him with no explanation. He’s thrown himself into his family’s farm and his restaurant business in Summer Harbor. Now Lucy’s back, vulnerable, homeless, and still in love with him. She needs his help putting the pieces together, but letting her back into his life is a risk—and the stakes are high. If he follows his heart he’ll win back the love of his life. But if her memory returns he’ll lose her all over again.

Well, Denise Hunter knows how to write a swoon-worthy romance, and her newest novel easily exemplifies exactly that. With a return to both the charming town of Summer Harbor, Maine and the highly appealing Callahan brothers, The Goodbye Bride will not leave lovers of romance disappointed.

Heartbroken Zac Callahan, the younger brother of Falling Like Snowflakes’ Beau, has spent months trying to recover from the unexpected and painful departure of his fiancee Lucy Lovett, but an amnesia-inducing accident threatens to undo all his forward progress. Since Lucy cannot remember making the decision to leave Zac so suddenly, she wants a chance to regain his affections - but he refuses to get hurt again. Their story then unfolds with compelling conflict, chemistry, and character development and captured my attention, imagination, and emotions until the very satisfying end. 

Entirely engrossing and delightful, The Goodbye Bride is a top-notch read, and I loved every moment in this second trip to Summer Harbor. With ease and certainty, I recommend it to fans of contemporary romance, while impatiently look forward to reading the third Callahan brother’s story, Just a Kiss.

Thanks to BookLook Bloggers, I received a copy of The Goodbye Bride and the opportunity to honestly review it. I was not required to write a positive review, and all the opinions I have expressed are my own. (I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”)

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