Your favorite Dare Valley characters have survived betrayal, secrets, and tragedy to find true love. Now, follow along as each of these daring brides walk down the aisle to their happily ever after with the man of their dreams. You know, the hero who fires up all their engines. And, of course, the town of Dare Valley comes out to throw these fabulous couples quite a party.
From Nora Roberts Land, Meredith Hale and her own hero, Tanner McBride, embark upon the journey into their new life, marriage land. See what makes Meredith's wedding day so daring, and meet Tanner's best man, international news correspondent Asher Harrington. Then, there's Grandpa Hale's priceless advice about what makes a long-lasting marriage.
Jill Hale, from French Roast, has wanted to marry Brian McConnell since she wore pig tails in grade school. Brian has come around - finally. Sure, she got pregnant before they tied the knot, but it doesn't matter because they're going to live happily ever after. Find out what makes Jill a daring bride besides her wish to rent a pink circus tent for the wedding reception.
Peggy McBride, from The Grand Opening, never imagined getting married again, especially to hotel magnate and poker champion Mac Maven. See what Mac gives her to make their wedding day daring, and find out how her cute-as-a-button son binds their new family together in the most adorable way ever.
Abbie Maven, from The Holiday Serenade, resisted her love for bad-boy Rhett Butler Blaylock, not only because he's a poker player, but also because that Southerner knows how to start a ruckus wherever he goes. Now, it's their wedding day, and Rhett's friends from Dare River show up as well as his mama, Eugenia Lynn, and his cousin, Charleston. Of course, a ruckus breaks out.
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Couldn't get thru this one.....sorry Ava
Yes - I am a fan of Ava Miles books - have listened to probably 10 or so - and Em Eldridge is top notch and my favorite of narrators.
This wrap up of weddings would be out of order if read first - and if read after the series, as I did, was a tad obsolete and it just didn't capture you at all. The weddings could maybe have been an epilogue to each story and worked better.
I love Em Eldridge! Her masculine voices sound like men - and her women like women. There is a pleasantness that makes listening to her easy and flowing so you can stay with the plot and not be cringing from the voices....thanks Em.....
I was disappointed - and please understand I loved all my other reads from Ava.
- Andover Meadow