Tuesday, August 25, 2015

A Wedding in Truhart by Cynthia Tennent (Truhart #1)

Welcome to Truhart . . .

Welcome to Truhart, Michigan, population 1300 and dropping. Where everyone knows everyone else and garage sales are front page news. Not exactly where you'd expect to find the celebrity wedding of the year. As Maid of Honor, and the famous bride's big sister, Annie has to plan a wedding suitable for America's newest sweetheart reporter on The Morning Show. But what she didn't plan on was seeing Nick Conrad again. Her older brother's best friend who left Truhart for the big city, Nick just happens to be Annie's embarrassing childhood crush. He's also the Best Man.

As Atlanta's High Society descends on the tiny Midwest town, Annie has the impossible task of controlling her eccentric family and nutty neighbors, while hosting a wedding fit for a princess at her family's rundown Amble Inn. But what she can't control is the spark reigniting between her and Nick. Between snowstorms, an A.W.O.L. gown, and the broadcast of the wedding on The Morning Show, Annie is just hoping to survive the big day without losing her mind. And to survive being around Nick again without losing her heart
  • Paperback: 240 pages
  • Publisher: Lyrical Shine (September 29, 2015)

My review:  A Wedding in Truhart by Cynthia Tennent  (Truhart #1)

4 stars

I liked it!  Has characters that I like and wanted to find out more about.  I was sorry to see it end but I liked the ending. Lots of charm, drama & family conflict. Had a couple of love scenes that I skipped over.

Annie is one of the main characters. She takes photos, was laid off from teaching art. Her nick name is bump.

Annie, her Aunt Addie and her mother fly into Atlanta for her younger sister Charlotte engagement party and shower.  They are small town coming to the big city. They are not high society but I like them a whole lot better.

Charlotte and Henry wedding has a lot of things go wrong for them.  I do like Henry.

Annie had a school girl crush on Nicholas Conrad.  Nick introduced Henry to Charlotte.  He has not been back to Truhart for sometime.

I love the golf game. The guys are trying to teach Annie about golf because she is just a woman.

The secondary characters make this book so funny, warm hearted and just want to come back and see them again.

Annie's family runs the small inn in Truhart, Michigan.  They are struggling and it looks like it.

I will read the next book in this series.

I was given this book to read by Net Galley and  Lyrical Shine,  In return I agreed to give a honest review of A Wedding in Truhart.

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