Review – Something Borrowed: Christmas Weddings Collection

by Jaycee Weaver, Toni Shiloh, Mikal Dawn, Teresa Tysinger, and Andrea Boyd

This was a really fun collection to read! I loved getting to experience the relationships and weddings of each of these five friends. Each story was connected by the “something borrowed” item, a tiara that each woman wore at their wedding.

Always Been Yours by Jaycee Weaver – Keenan and Hanady were so perfect for each other. Keenan treated Hanady so well and truly valued her. I loved it when they FINALLY found love together!

All the Moore by Toni Shiloh – This story was packed with emotion! I loved Leilah and Reggie. My heart really felt for both of them. Reggie was amazing and did such a good job of showing Leilah that he saw her for who she was and not for her disability.

A Holly, Bolly Christmas by Mikal Dawn – Mag and Ana were delightful! They were truly in love, but there seemed to be so many potential snags to getting married. My heart both ached and rejoiced at various times throughout this story and I wondered how everything would ever work out!

Somehow, This Christmas by Teresa Tysinger – This novella was a sweet and uplifting story with a definitely swoony hero. Cate had so many problems arise concerning her wedding, it was beginning to rob her joy. I liked that this novella worked to point out that a wedding is a single day, destined to have something go wrong, and that who we are marrying is the most important part.

A Promise So Sweet by Andrea Boyd – This was a fun second chance romance with a scenario not found in most books. I think these two main characters are going to have a lot of fun making up for lost time!

(4.5 stars)

I received a complimentary copy of this book. All opinions are my own.

ABOUT THE BOOK:

Old friends, new loves, and a borrowed tiara.

Always Been Yours by Jaycee Weaver — Hanady’s planning her dream wedding, but her injured best friend Keenan isn’t the groom. If she can’t see she’s marrying the wrong guy soon, his leg won’t be the only thing broken.

All the Moore by Toni Shiloh — Leilah Anderson has been living behind the screen to hide her disability, then she meets Reggie Moore face-to-face. Can their relationship survive the truth and distance between them?

A Holly, Bolly Christmas by Mikal Dawn — A dream wedding venue at Christmas? Sign Chahna Kapoor up. Even if her fiancé doesn’t know it…

Somehow, This Christmas by Teresa Tysinger — When not-so-merry mishaps threaten wedding planner Cate Forsyth’s holiday wedding and reputation, will her own happily ever after with sweetheart Noah Bennett melt away?

A Promise So Sweet by Andrea Boyd — Lydia Osborn hasn’t heard from her ex in ten years, so imagine her surprise when he shows up proposing marriage. Tis the season for love?

Purchase your own copy here.

Will also be available in Kindle Unlimited.

CONNECT WITH THE AUTHORS:

Jaycee Weaver

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Toni Shiloh

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Mikal Dawn

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Teresa Tysinger

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Andrea Boyd

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About Brittany

As a homeschooling mom and avid reader, I get great joy through reading and reviewing books. I focus my reading and my reviews on Christian fiction, primarily Christian romantic fiction. I also review sweet, clean fiction. I hope you will find my reviews helpful in your decisions on what books to read.
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1 Response to Review – Something Borrowed: Christmas Weddings Collection

  1. andreaboyd11 says:

    Thanks so much!

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