Cait’s Review of “Always a Bride” by Michelle MacQueen

By: Cait Marie

Goodreads Blurb

She’s the subject of town gossip…
… and he’s the man from her past.

How did she get here? It wasn’t supposed to be like this. Finley Kelly has dreamed of her wedding day for years. But those dreams didn’t include standing up in front of everyone she knew. Alone.
And it didn’t include doing it two more times.

Three weddings.
No marriage.
A new nickname as the “unwed bride.”

Now that she’s engaged again– this time to her wealthy boss– Finley is determined to make the fourth time stick. When she leaves the church, it will be with a husband at her side.
She just never considered that her fiancé might not love her.

When a man from her past returns to town, it threatens to destroy yet another supposedly perfect day. Knox Morgan is everything she never dared to want, everything she never thought she’d have.

But she made a commitment, and the clock is ticking. This time, when she reaches the end of the aisle, will she get her happily ever after?

Escape into this sweet romance that will give you all the feels. Always a Bride is the first book in the Always in Love series. Enjoy small town beach life with sweet and swoony men, strong-willed women, and family ties that can’t be broken.

Review

Every time I start a new MacQueen series, I think, “This is it. This is the one. This is my new favorite.” Every. Time. And this book was no different.

We’re back in Gulf City, and if you’ve read any of my reviews in the past, you know I love this city and its people. I’ve grown deeply attached to MacQueen’s world, where all the series are connected in one way or another. She continues to build it up and somehow make it more and more incredible.

In Always a Bride, we meet Finley Kelly and her amazing family. She’s engaged for the fourth time, but this time, she’s the doubtful one when Knox Morgan returns to town. Her childhood crush. Her brother’s best friend.

These characters are so well written and feel so real. The book is funny, but it still has sweet and emotional moments, of course. Even the side characters are so well developed that it makes me eager for more books. Between Finley’s brothers and her best friend, Rae, I am completely invested all of their lives.

I highly recommend this book for anyone who likes clean romance. It’s just… so good. And as I write this, I’ve already read and adored the second book too. This series is absolutely one to check out.

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