The Bride Wore Blue
By: Mona Hodgson
From the Back of the Book:
The youngest Sinclair, the family “baby”, is moving from Maine to Cripple Creek, Colorado and joining Kat, Nell, and Ida. But Vivian is a young woman with a will of her own, and made some decisions back in Portland that have begun to haunt her. Will she be able to live up to the expectations of her three perfect and now happily-settled sisters?
This book is one of three. I think a long while back I may have read the first in the series, but it has been so long that I could not remember much from the story line. Though it was not hard to read the story without the other two books I feel that the story is really lacking in getting a good picture of the characters and their connections and feeling to each other from the other books. I did not relate well to the main character, Vivian, her line of thinking and bitterness toward her sisters was well annoying at times. I also did not think the romance between her and Carter was not believable. They just seemed to fall in love without knowing anything about each other, it was just to abrupt. This book was ok but far from a favorite of mine. Bottom line I give it at 3 out of 5.
Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book for review purposes only. All opinions in this review are my own and were not influenced by the company.