Bride in Trouble - Serenity Woods

Bride in Trouble

By Serenity Woods

  • Release Date: 2018-02-14
  • Genre: Contemporary
Bride in Trouble book review score

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 86 Ratings)

Bride in Trouble Serenity Woods Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

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  • Romantic

    3
    By Speechstitch
    A soon to be bride loses her memory in a freak accident. Will it bring her closer to her fiancé or tear them apart?
  • Bride in Trouble

    5
    By Nanabanana55
    Love the storyline, glad it had a happy ending, the suspense was there. Highly recommend this book.
  • Worth your time to read

    5
    By 1Alannah
    Sizzling hot romance. I have read hundreds of romance novels and most are the same themed plots. The story line in this one is quite different and I did not guess the secret kept by Rafe until it was revealed. Another good one by Senerity Woods.
  • Bride in Trouble

    4
    By Tiggy/Cookie
    Well written. Thought what was kept a secret from Phoebe would be more dramatic than it turned out to be. All in all, a good story. Would read more by this author.
  • Great!

    5
    By Hope in Gulfport
    Good read!
  • Amnesia can’t forget passion

    4
    By Sharon O.J.
    Loved this romance. Different approach to the cliched amnesia fiancée. In this case amnesia is the best thing to happen to this couple.
  • Bride in Trouble

    5
    By Anitri Nicole
    I enjoy reading books by Serenity Woods; being presently surprised, I received an e-book free through my e-mail account. Bride in Trouble kept me in suspense, would not let me put my I-phone down until, I finished the book. I am in the process of downloading the 2nd book in the series & will look forward to each of the following in the series. It is hard to Imagine waking up after an accident with no memory of the recent eight years of one’s life. To make matters more interesting, you find out, your wedding is in two weeks; to a handsome man you can not remember, how you meet much less, the type of work He does or any likes or dislikes. What is the couple to do? Does the bride -to- be decide to go ahead with the wedding? I want to Thank Serenity Woods for the first book in the series. Della S Burkhart
  • Bride in Trouble

    5
    By GH-Queen
    Another amazing Serenity Woods creation! The story of Phoebe and Rafe (delicious Rafe) is one for the ages. I found myself very open to being hit by a car if I would wake up to Rafe. Like all her books, this book makes you feel like you’re one with the main characters and feeling every emotion they go through. Beautiful story, stirring emotions and a sense of completion when it ends. I LOVED THIS BOOK! Every time I read one of Ms. Woods books I think this is my favorite series; that is a God given talent. I cannot wait to see what happens with the rest of the series. Definitely worth the read!
  • Bride in Trouble

    5
    By Texas109
    Bride in Trouble. “Getting to know you, getting to know all about you, getting to like you; hoping that like me...” With apologies to the great lyricist Oscar Hammerstein, this story about an engaged woman who has suffered a traumatic brain injury resulting in her having lost all memories of the past 8 years just 10 days before her wedding gives getting to know you a whole new meaning. Phoebe and Rafe both have a lot of getting to know because the Phoebe who wakes up after the accident isn’t the same as she had been before. But getting to know comes with questions and feelings that there is something she isn’t being told. Should she go ahead with the wedding even though she really doesn’t remember her intended? Is 10 days really enough time to decide? What if her memory never returns? ‘‘Tis a puzzlement” for sure. Because this is a Serenity Woods story readers are sure to get a tour of New Zealand and end up with a smoking hot ereader! No more to say, except that I voluntarily reviewed an advance copy of this book. Most highly recommend.

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