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The third book in the Montana Born Brides Series, “Bride By Mistake” by Nicole Helm has Kaitlin Shuller and Beckett Larson at loggerheads as they battle antagonism and sudden love for each other.

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Kaitlin and Beckett end up having a one night of consoling sex that has Kate pregnant, unsure and emotional. Beckett had always had feelings for Kate, but he’s got a history of running away from problems. But with Kate he decides to face them, and confess his love for her. Kate is going through an emotional high as she sees the man of her dreams marry her sister, and now been pregnant with Beckett’s baby leaves her insecure and emotional.

I thought both Kate and Beckett needed more character development. The story is short and seemed rushed into a conclusion. Although it’s an okay read, I really wasn’t able to connect with the characters or the story, and definitely missed the aura that usually surrounds the town of Marietta.

Received an ARC from Tule Publishing via NetGalley for an honest review

If you want to get to know different authors and their wonderful stories, check out Tule Publishing on NetGalley. They have been coming up with some amazing writers with sweet love stories and happily-ever-afters. I think I would thrive in this little magical town of Marietta!

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Heading the new series titled “The Montana Born Brides”, Scarlet Wilson comes up with the first wedding in Marietta, and the bride is the sweetest and the most amazing kind person we can come across Lisa Renee. She owns the bridal salon in the town, and she has seen many a brides wear her dresses. She finds happiness in their happiness, thrives in keeping her clients satisfied and brings smiles and fairy tales to the needy, as a volunteer at the Marietta Hospital. And her fairy tales brings her own Prince Charming in the guise of Dr. Adam Brady.

Adam Brady is all ready to set roots in Marietta, away from the nosy gossip columns and attention he’s garnered as on the billionaire lotto winners. Marietta hides his past; he loves the quiet and the calm, thrives in the warmth of the citizens of Marietta and now finds himself weaving dreams of a future with Lisa.

These short stories are brimming with warmth and love, pain and endurance, loss and gain as Scarlet Wilson weaves a fairy tale for Lisa and Adam. Two wonderful and caring people trying to overcome insecurities and uncertainties, following their heart and trusting each other with their lives, “The Fairy Tale Bride” tugs at your heartstrings with its emotions and passion as Lisa and Adam come together…. forever.

Received an ARC from Tule Publishing via NetGalley for an honest review.

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