Two high-school sweethearts, a wedding reenactment, and one absent-minded preacher. It is a recipe for disaster or a chance for a new beginning? Shay Brandenberger is a survivor. She has lived through a crazy childhood, a failed marriage, and single parenthood – with ... Read More
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Two high-school sweethearts, a wedding reenactment, and one absent-minded preacher. It is a recipe for disaster or a chance for a new beginning?
Shay Brandenberger is a survivor. She has lived through a crazy childhood, a failed marriage, and single parenthood – with her confidence intact.
But not for long. Because when Shay participates in her town’s Founder’s Day wedding reenactment, she finds herself face-to-face with the one man who takes her breath away and leaves her weak in the knees: Travis McCoy.
Travis is back in town after years away on the rodeo circuit. His one regret in life is breaking Shay’s heart when they were high-school sweethearts. He is determined to get it right this time.
So when their Founder’s Day "marriage" is accidentally made official, Travis seizes the day. Can Shay put aside her pride to let Travis help her, or will their accidental marriage be dissolved before it can begin?
Page Count: 320
Dimensions: 8.38" (L) x 5.50" (W)
- Product type: Book
- Format: Book
- Release Date: Dec 17, 2011
- UPC: 9781595548023
- Height: 1
- Width: 5.5
- Length: 8.3
- Volumes/Discs: 1
- Pages: 304
- Publish Date: Dec 30, 2011
- Language: English
- Audience Age Maximum: 0
- Audience Age Minimum: 0
- BISAC: "FIC042040"
- ISBN: 1595548025
Customer ReviewsWrite your own review
- Expected by Smiling Sally on 1/9/2012
I enjoyed the flow of this plot; it moves along at a good pace. Because she's been hurt before, Shay, an independent woman and a single mom has a problem trusting men. The Montana dialogue sounds real.
Shay cares too much about what other people will think or say about her. One of the themes of this novel is that Christians should consider what God thinks instead of others.
This book can be read without having read the previous one in the series. Unfortunately, the characters were flat and the storyline was expected.