Book Review, Books and Reading, My Life

The Wedding Shop book review

the-wedding-shop    The enchantment continues, this time in a sweet wedding shop.


Early 1930’s Cora Scott is breaking ground as a career woman, following in her great aunt’s footsteps by inheriting her wedding shop. A place where brides come from all over to browse their collection and have a dream wedding. Meanwhile, Cora is waiting for her own love to return to her. More than eighty years later, Haley Morgan has returned home to Heart’s Bend. A devastating death and an unsettling discovery has Haley searching for her place in life. She is hoping that reopening The Wedding Shop will be her calling. As Cora’s and Haley’s lives intertwine within the walls of The Wedding Shop they dare to dream and believe in the power of love.


Rachel Hauck has a way with words. Whether I was walking with Cora by the river or doing remodeling with Haley, I felt as though I was there, really there. I felt each girl’s hopes, their fears. This is a sweet story of dreams and never giving up.


*I received this book free from Zondervan and Fiction Guild in exchange for my honest review. What I have expressed are entirely my own thoughts.*


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