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SNOWED IN WITH HER EX (Brides and Belles Series)
Was their breakup justified? Is it too late to fix it now?
Upcoming starlet Missy Klein is getting married to Ian Lawson, founder of the SpinTrax recording label, and From This Moment, Nashville’s hottest wedding planners, have gotten the contract to arrange the wedding. There’s only one problem—cofounder and photographer Briana Harper had a college romance with Ian, and they’re now stuck in a snowed-in cabin! With the relationship warming up faster than the weather outside, Briana and Ian start to reconnect…but Ian’s abandonment of his own music career to pursue the business side of things has always irked Briana. She begins to ask herself if she could get together with Ian again, but how is that possible when he’s getting married to the mother of his unborn child?
About the Author
Andrea Laurence is an award-winning contemporary author who has been a lover of books and writing stories since she learned to read. A dedicated West Coast girl transplanted into the Deep South, she’s constantly trying to develop a taste for sweet tea and grits while caring for her collection of animals that includes a Siberian Husky that sheds like nobody’s business. You can contact Andrea at her website: http://www.andrealaurence.com.
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- 3.5 it was good 3
- JAB 07/22/2018 1 people found the following review helpful
The heroine gets a real surprise when she discovers that she will be photographing her ex-boyfriend from college's wedding but more surprised when the weather blocks the roads and forces the hero and the heroine to stay in the same cabin with no connection to the outside world. The hero is just as surprised to find the girl he was in love with is going to be the photographer for his wedding. Yet, as they spend time together, they open about things even things that they didn't say when they were dating and led up to their breakup. The hero reveals that his "fiancee" was really one of the signers who he helped achieved stardom had a one night stand that resulted in a pregnancy. So, the hero wants to be in the child's life, even if that means marrying her. The heroine reveals to the hero the reason why she broke up with him in the first place was that he was becoming like her workaholic father who placed her in second. They fight hard and the next morning, they get network and another surprise pops up: a car accident the fiancee was in reveals from the leaking of a nurse that the fiancee isn't pregnant at all. The hero cuts that line quick and tries to his best to hold in his anger over the OW's lie of him becoming a father. Luckily for him, the heroine is right there to comfort him. Yet, when the spark of passion is about to be ablaze, the heroine snuffs it out with telling that before anything else happens, he needs to get his priorities straight. I really liked that the heroine condition but it doesn't last long and the two are going at it. Then they go back to society where problems like the OW making a huge scene pop up. Then the hero misses the heroine's gallery show but not of his own record but because the OW was making threats to sue. However, the heroine doesn't risk and breaks up their relationship. However, the hero has the heroine's friends to help him win her back and it was really romantic in how he did it. He sings a lot of songs that the heroine loved then sings a real cheesy song about them that touches the heroine's heart. The two meet privately where the hero explains everything and reveals that he plans to try being a musician. Then the hero asks the heroine to marry him and she says yes. It was a nice ending.
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