Someone Old, Someone New, Someone Borrowed And Someone... Blue?

Rated 3.50/5 based on 2 reviews
A bride and her three bridesmaids have one week to get down the aisle and then on with their personal happily-ever-afters. But take an old boy friend, coupled with a new romance, toss in a borrowed date and escort in a groom named Blue, and these girls are certain to take a plunge into calamity! More

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  • Category: Fiction » Christian » Romance
  • Words: 42,050
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781311172419
About Lisa Pendergrass

An insomniac since birth, my earliest memories are of lying in bed at night and making up stories to keep myself entertained. Anytime life got dull, I'd create my own adventure in my mind and suddenly I could be anyone, anywhere. It seemed only natural that those characters who've been bouncing around my own personal make believe world, would eventually find their way to the pages of a book. Each of my characters has a beloved life of their own, and the stories I'm telling about them are just the windows into their adventures.

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Review by: elzycie on Nov. 18, 2014 :
At first, I was put off by the abundance of characters, wondering where it all was headed. But later I began to see, and... I loved it! It was crazy, yet incredibly romantic and very beautiful. Enjoyed it thoroughly. Thank you!
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Review by: I M Vayne on Nov. 12, 2014 :
At first I was surprised no one had reviewed this story, then I started to read it. Or I should say I tried to read it. Characters thrown at the the reader willy-nilly, with no idea who was who and what was what. I quickly became so confused as to what was taking place that I had to stop reading for a while. Unfortunately when I came back to the story, nothing made any more sense than before. I'm sure there is something there but I simply couldn't follow what was taking place and gave up. I'll give the author a generous two stars for trying.
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