Audio Book Review: Wedding in the Pines by Cassidy Carter

This is definitely a feel-good romance. I liked the relaxed atmosphere at the Cabins in the Pines and although it was clear that there was another book that took place before this one, I had no trouble following along.

I listened to the audio book version and liked that there were two narrators, male and female. They switched off based on whose perspective was the prominent one in each chapter. I wasn’t a huge fan of the male narrator’s version of the women’s voice, however, I got used to it after awhile.

This was a sweet second-chance romance, and truly a second-chance at a life of love and happiness for Hope, rather than the stressful life she had been living the past few years. I was so frustrated with Hope’s father for most of the book, however, I was happy with the way things resolved between the two of them.

(4 stars)

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


Once, they were in love with music—and each other.

Life took them in very different directions…

But a wedding in the pines brings them together.

Slater’s job has never been busier at Cabins in the Pines, the recently expanded resort. On top of everything else, he’s the best man for his boss’s upcoming wedding, and he’s trying to make sure everything goes perfectly. But there was one detail he didn’t plan on: the arrival of his ex-girlfriend, Hope.

Years ago, when Hope dated Slater, she dreamed of a musical career. Now, she’s working at her father’s financial firm, and he expects her to take over someday. Hope’s determined to make their conference at Cabins in the Pines a success…while ignoring her misgivings about her own future.

When Slater and Hope meet again, all their memories come rushing back—including the pain of their breakup. Could this unexpected interlude lead to a new beginning?

This charming second chance romance includes a free Hallmark original recipe.

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With strong, relatable heroines and heroes too lovable not to fall for, Cassidy Carter crafts sweet, fun, family-centered romances that will win readers’ hearts. When she’s not writing, Cassidy can be found digging in the garden or lost in a good book. Originally from the South, she now resides in the desert Southwest with her husband, two daughters, and a cattle dog that has never seen a lick of ranch work.

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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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