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Review | A September Bride

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When Annie is pulled over by detective tall dark and disturbing she’s sure her life will end. He’s not exactly the knight in shining armor she’s been looking for and she knows he’ll ruin her out of tours as soon as he learns about her past.

Officer Jesse Kent can’t believe anyone could bee as open and living as newcomer Annie Price. She must be hiding something.

Hott Review:

What I liked: So sweet. I absolutely fell in love with this town! These characters are full, fun, and a bit overwhelming.

Must read more!

What I didn’t like: I’ve been noticing an overwhelming trend in fiction recently that bothers me. Not because it’s there but because it’s true. The biggest adversity we must overcome is our self. No matter who we are or what we look like we all struggle with our view of us – but God wants us to focus on HIM, not us – so what are we doing but putting us above Him?


Author: Kathryn Springer
Source: Zondervan via Netgalley
Grade: A
Ages: 14+
Steam: Nada
Setting: Red Leaf, Wisconsin
Series: A Year of Weddings, #10

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Author Bio:

Kathryn Springer, winner of the 2007 Write Touch Reader’s Award (long contemporary), grew up in a small town in northern Wisconsin, where her parents published a weekly newspaper. As a child, she spent many hours sitting at her mother’s typewriter, plunking out stories, and credits her parents for instilling in her a love of books – which eventually turned into a desire to tell stories of her own.

After a number of busy years, when she married her college sweetheart and became a stay-at-home mom, Kathryn rediscovered her love for writing. An unexpected snow day from school became the inspiration for a short story, which she submitted to Brio magazine. She went on to publish over a dozen more short stories for Brio, but it wasn’t until her youngest child started school that she decided to pursue her dream to write a novel. In August 2004, her Love Inspired® debut novel, Tested by Fire, was published.

Encouraging women in their faith journey is the reason Kathryn loves to write inspirational fiction. She hosts a women’s Bible study in her home and volunteers in a local MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) ministry. When she isn’t at the computer, you’ll find her curled up with a good book, spending time with family and friends or walking on the trails near her country home.

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