Book Review: An April Bride by Lenora Worth, Rating: 3/5

An April Bride
by Lenora Worth
Rating: 3/5
A Year of Weddings Novella

Stella Carson is ready to be married to the love of her life, Marshall Henderson, but while he’s stationed overseas, he gets hurt and sent home. He has hysterical amnesia and does not remember Stella and the life they had together. As his memories slowly start coming back, he is determined to honor his promises to her but is so frustrated and scared and also suffering from PTSD. Stella struggles with her faith while trying to help Marshall remember all that they’ve been through and rekindle the love that Marshall knows is there but doesn’t feel anymore. With only weeks before their April wedding, can the two of them reignite their love or will the wedding be cancelled?

I’ve been enjoying this wedding series from some of my favorite authors and I was not disappointed by this one. The main characters were so considerate of each other in everything that they did. They demonstrated such love and respect for one another even though the situation was so strange and tragic. The plot is reminiscent of some other stories, but Worth puts her own spin on the story. Although the story was a bit predictable, I still enjoyed meeting the wonderful characters and wondered what I would be like if I were Stella.

Definitely a light and romantic summer read!

I received this book for free from NetGalley but was not required to give a positive review.

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