Friday Night Brides by Samantha Chase

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4.25 stars

Angie, Ella, Becca and Hailey have known each other since they were five years old.  These ladies even went to work for Enchanted Bridal together.  Hailey’s family owns the bridal shop and she’s not so sure that she wants to make this her lifelong career.  Each of the women see romance differently and are beginning to slowly decide what they want in terms of a future Mr. Right. This book reminded me of one of my favorite series that also took place in a bridal setting.

Each of the women had their own personality and each were extremely likable.  This reader could definitely see being friends with all four.  The author and narrator did an excellent job in bringing these women to life.  Hailey had a crush on another model, Logan Baxter, who won’t even acknowledge her presence.  However, she is beginning to see another possibility in model Jackson Carr who is definitely not her type.

Becca’s boyfriend publicly humiliates her by dumping her, and she is crushed.  In walks Max Abrams, who is new to Enchanted Bridal to offer his condolence and support. Angie, the loudest and most outspoken of the group, is also dumped leaving her with insecurities that she had never had. Sean Patterson, who she had known in the past, shows up at and now she is even more confused. Ella and Dylan are in the process of planning her wedding.  This pair has known each other since they were 12 and were a likely pair to eventually marry.  Ella is either having cold feet or finally realizes that this new life may not be what she wants as her happy ever after.

The only reason why I did not rate this book higher is due to a slight cliffhanger.  I am not fond of books that leave you dangling and waiting for the next book to drop.  However, the cliffhanger worked for me this time.  I will definitely check out more books by Ms. Chase.

Thanks to Tantor media for giving me this book in exchange for a honest review.

 

 

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