Tuesday, April 20, 2010
GIVEAWAY AND REVIEW OF THE BRIDEGROOMS BY ALLISON PITTMAN
The girls take turns caring for Eli who is unconscious for a week. Althea, who has not spoken since her mother's disappearance has an attraction for the man and sticks by his side the whole time writing poems and jotting in a journal.
Hazel is constantly looking for love and she is sends letters all over the country looking for the perfect husband. Does she find him? I will never tell you.
The youngest sister Lizzy is very popular with the boys and they are always following her around. Does she meet the right man? I guess you have to read the book.
While the injured man is in the house, Vada is attracted to the star pitcher of the team and she has to make a difficult decision. What are the girls to do? Will they find Mr. Right? Those questions are answered in the book.
About the Author-
When I first looked at the cover, I thought that the book was about four girls looking for grooms, and I was surprised to find out that it was the name of a baseball team. The book was beautifully written and was easy to read. All of the characters had their own story that was combined perfectly and I was able to connect to each character. Romance novels are not my favorite genre but I really enjoyed this book. I look forward to reading more of Allison Pittman’s novels.
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Disclaimer: This book was provided for review by the WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group and I was not compensated for my review