Finding Love at the Oregon Coast - Reviewed

Monday, July 10, 2017

About the book:

When a wedding is cancelled, three bridesmaids and a runaway bride contemplate the true meaning of love in four related romance novellas. 
Finding Love in Lincoln City: Liz feels stuck at her little beach magazine until a handsome rival sparks more than just friendly competition. 
Finding Love in Oceanside: Anabeth is looking to get out of her rut when a fender bender and a bizarre date with a former marine leads her to a life of love she could never have imagined. 
Finding Love in Cannon Beach: Kadence feels the pressure to write a perfect love song, but an unexpected meeting with a musician will have her living one instead. 
Finding Love in Seaside: Christina plans to spend her honeymoon alone, but when the bed and breakfast owner offers her a position as cook, she starts to feel at home in his kitchen…and in his arms. 

About Angela:

Angela sold her first story to a national magazine while still in high school and went on to study journalism at the University of Oregon. Her debut novel LOVE FINDS YOU IN SUN VALLEY, IDAHO released in 2010 to a four-star review from Romantic Times. Angela loves connecting with fans and mentoring aspiring authors, which led her to start IDAhope Writers. She currently lives in Boise with her husband and three kids. 

My Thoughts:

I enjoyed three of the four stories in this collection. Each of the stories build off of the first story about a cancelled wedding. Bridesmaids, and groomsmen show up in the subsequent stories. I enjoyed the first, second and fourth story. The third story I found dry and I wasn't able to connect with the two main characters. 
In Finding Love in Lincoln City, Finding Love in Oceanside, Finding Love in Seaside I was drawn right into the story. I liked how the authors tied the stories together, taking a horrible event and bringing each character their own happily ever after that wasn't just about a romantic love, but a forever love with our Savior.

I have met Angela in person and she is as adorable and sweet as her picture shows. 

I received an advanced copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review. I was not paid for it.


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