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Never the Bride by Cheryl McKay
July 11, 2011, 4:07 pm
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I really enjoyed reading this book. Jessie learns the gift of humilty as she searches for true love. She learns that she must be receptive to God’s plan for her. She must accept that before she can find true love. Jessie is a mature woman who has trouble letting go. She is able to do this in the book without coming off seeming ridiculous. I liked how she was portrayed. She has real faults, but allows herself to move forward. There were some parts of the book that fell short. The back cover says “Eleven Bridesmaid Dresses Don’t Lie,” but there is no tie-in inside the book. Jessie has friends, but not enough, it seems, that she has been a bridesmaid eleven times.

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