So when she tripped on an escalator and fell into Mark Brady's arms, she told him--and herself--that she wasn't interested in marriage. Well, Aunt Millie had a vision of Shelly meeting a man and getting married, so she sent her the dress. A magical wedding dress, two single women who are best friends, and two tense, hardworking men are thrown together in these two novellas. According to legend, when a woman receives this dress, the next man she meets is the man she will one day call her husband. En route to Hawaii, she sits next to workaholic Jordan Wilcox.
You'll be thrilled to spend forever with him. When I saw this book on the exchange rack at the local library, I picked it up. Both these two seem to have missed the memo that you can admire someone and have sex with them, but you don't have to marry them. I don't think Debbie Macomber is my kind of author. They'll both feel extremely sacred to you.
Far too chaste and precious for me. She gives us a reason to like them, to root for them, to understand why our heroine should fall for them. Until, of course, she receives the enchanted dress from the dress maker and her car breaks down. It is also absurd to totally divorce your husband just because he is busy. Sure, she complains that he works too much but.
It's straight to the point and doesn't involve too much plot which is well considered as a light read. Maybe you aren't relationship-oriented, even if someone does sweep you off your feet. Macomber is also the author of the bestselling Cedar Cove Series which the Hallmark Channel chose as the basis for its first dramatic scripted television series. When you meet your future husband, you'll feel like you see the future in the exact same way. No, but what you should do is consider the truths that they may indicate. Who tells a random guy she just met that she is not interested in marriage and not with him? Rather than just be straight forward with him, she told him parables about her own life and expected him to extrapolate them to their situation.
The study of the stars has gone on for hundreds of years and they can be helpful when making major decisions. Unrealistic timeline for the stories but still cute. I really like my own independence, and most of all, I get irritated by things easily. I think the story line and the plot was very interesting but the way it was written was not very good. We continued to put our relationship first, which is something I had never done in my prior relationships. But then she started seeing him everywhere.
This book makes you question it. He works day and night and never sees her. No sexual exploits but also not much to distinguish it from all the other romances out there! I find it very very amusing that it all began with an accident. And for a while, they'll be happy. And usually, when you know, you just know. Astrology is here to help us — not to make decisions about our lives for us, but to help us weigh our options and look at things from another angle.
I'm sure that if only she did wait, Jordan will find time for her and their family. The second was 2 stars, for pushing too many buttons to allow me to enjoy it. I mean it really bring out my hopeless romantic side. It is the dress made for Milly by a dress maker who felt the formal wear Milly ordered to wear to a party to further her career was not what the fabric was intended to be. The mystical wedding dress is just a silly plot device. It was leaping o Debbie Macomber is an author I cannot easily pass up. He'll make it clear that you are incredibly special to him.
You'll Feel Attracted To Him All The Time I'm not trying to brag, but my husband is hot. Sweet because he did that for the love of her life and irritating because what the hell? The story of Jill and Jordan wasn't silly. At first, Virgo will be starstruck by , so much so that they'll marry them without doing their usual and very thorough background search. In her novels, Macomber brings to life compelling relationships that embrace family and enduring friendships, uplifting her readers with stories of connection and hope. It was so funny and very romantic.