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Something Blue (Plains City Bridesmaids #3)

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4.31 of 5 stars 4.31  ·  rating details  ·  51 ratings  ·  22 reviews
Life is going well for Megan. She’s always wanted to marry a missionary and now she’s working with Chance, a charming and daring missionary pilot. Then Micah Zimmerman moves into her parent’s home as a pastoral candidate for their Conservative Mennonite church—and he doesn’t look anything like the gawky young man who had a crush on her in college. As Megan struggles with h ...more
ebook, 323 pages
Published August 1st 2012 by Barbour Publishing (first published January 1st 2012)
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Amanda
I received this from a Goodreads giveaway for an honest review.


At first, the story started out rough and boring to me. It seemed like the love triangle wasn't really put together well. I got tired of it. Maybe it was just because I havent read the other books in the series to where I felt drawn into the story. But, the book later caught me and it turned out to be really good. I usually like these types of stories because it adds a little wholesomeness to your heart.
Nikole Hahn
Something Blue by Dianne Christner defines hero a bit too glibly. The tag line says, “A hero isn’t always easy to spot.” However, the story doesn’t live up to this tag line. Rather, it’s a story about a girl torn between two men.

Chance is Megan’s boss’s brother. Flying planes is his obsession as is being a pilot missionary in Ecuador. Red X’s mark his calendar in the office of Char Air as he impatiently waits for his brother to return. His brother took a leave of absence after cheating on his wi
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Mercedes Cordero
Megan always dreamed of marrying a preacher or a missionary. Now it seems that her dream may come true as her boss' brother, a handsome and charming missionary pilot named Chance, starts working alongside of her. However, Micah Zimmerman reappears in her life as a pastoral candidate in her church. She thought she didn't want anything to do with Micah, but immediately he starts to prove to her that he is not the same tall and gawky guy she knew in college. Now Megan has to choose between the life ...more
Rhonda
Review: Something Blue by Dianne Christner
5 STARS I enjoyed watching Megan grow and change. This was a perfect sunday book to enjoy. Megan is a Mennonite. She is working for a small airplane company. They do private charters and charity flights. Megan's boss is Randy and he is taking off two months to try and save his marriage. His brother Chance Campbell works in Ecuador as a mission piliot and coming to run the company for him. Chance flirts right away with Megan and tells her stories about h
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Kathleen (Kat) Smith
Megan Weaver has a true heart for those in need. As the only daughter of Mennonite parents, she has had to define her own boundaries when it came to protecting her own heart. She is also the only Mennonite working for Char-Air, a company that offers charity flights to those in need from natural disasters or medical supplies that need to be flown in simply based on donations and volunteers. When her boss, Ray leaves work on a temporary leave to work on his own marriage, he has his brother, Chance ...more
Kim Justice
Nov 28, 2012 Kim Justice rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Everyone
Shelves: reviewed
To start with, OH MY! Author Dianne Christner did it again! This story is the third book in author Dianne Christners series, Plain City Bridesmaids. And believe me when I say, "I want more from this series!"

My first book and review of author Dianne Christner's was SOMETHING OLD and then my second was the next in this series SOMETHING NEW and I so enjoyed them both. Was anticipating the third book in the series and devoured it when it came out.

The three girls from the first story has now grown
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Abbie
Megan has watched her two best friends fall in love and get married. She has always seen herself either marring a missionary or a preacher so when her bosses single missionary pilot brother Chance takes over for 6 weeks Megan finds herself drawn to him only problem is he is not Mennonite and off limits. Also adding to her problems is Micah the possible new preacher to her church and someone who tried to date her in college. She finds herself drawn to Chance and his work yet Micah soon becomes a ...more
IrenesBookReviews
This is the third book in the series called The Plain City Bridesmaids. It is about Megan Weaver as she decides the next steps to take in her life. She is working with Chance Campbell and drawn to his personality. She is also finding herself attracted to Micah Zimmerman, whom she has known for awhile. Will she go against her family and choose adventure or stick with her principles and follow her heart?

Overall this was an entertaining book and this is why I gave it 4/5 stars. The dilemma of the m
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Christie Hagerman
Megan's story is the third book in The Plain City Bridesmaids series, but I read it as a standalone novel and had no problem figuring things out. A slight variation from Amish romance, this Mennonite romantic fiction has the same strands. A young adult questions her faith. An outsider tempts her to stray from her conservative roots. Her community puts pressure on her and doesn't understand all of her decisions.

What made this story stand out is that I really didn't know which way she'd go, right
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Iola
Megan Weaver a Conservative Mennonite who works as the assistant to the owner of Char Air, a charter airline who also operate charity flights. Her boss is taking time out to mend his marriage, and his brother is taking over in his absence. Chance Campbell is a missionary pilot in Ecuador, and is immediately attracted to his pretty assistant, despite her unfashionable Mennonite appearance. The attraction is mutual, especially as Megan has always felt she would marry either a minister or a mission ...more
Gail
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Ibjoy1953
ter reading Katy’s story in Something Old and Lil’s story in Something New, I had to read Something Blue to follow Megan’s story as author Dianne Christner continues the journey of these three best friends. Katy and Lil have now found love and married the man of their dreams, and now it is time for Megan.

Megan can’t believe the first new pastor candidate is the same guy that had a crush that really frustrated her while in college. And to beat it all, he would be staying in their home, because th
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Whoopie
Although this is the third book in Dianne Christner’s Bridesmaids of Plain City series and though having not read the previous two books in this series, I found this could be read as a stand along book as well.

In Something Blue, I laughed and cried at the peculiar dilemmas that Meagan Weaver, a single conservative Mennonite gets herself into. She has found herself at a difficult crossroad. Two men, Chance with his Christian beliefs & charm and Micah who is hoping to be their next Conservati
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Desiree
It was a good book as far as the story is concerned. I liked how the main characters were very real a relatable and how we were not portrayed as having "perfect lives" like many authors do. The characters in this book are very real and relatable.
However as far as accuracy and t whole missy face scene needs to be toned down some. A conservative girl would not be kissing each man she dates. We believe our lips are for our husbands. Also a young conservative man would not be writing a young lady s
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Jennifer
loved reading this book
April Suter
And now it is Megan's turn. Lil and Katy are married and starting their families. Micah, a student she had met in college, arrives in Big Darby to be the temporary minister since the congregation just lost their beloved Brother. Megan is working and is attracted the new pilot, Chance. Will she choose going with him to Ecuador or the minister that is right at her side?
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Christina Sparks-Peak
Feb 01, 2015 Christina Sparks-Peak rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: everyone
Recommended to Christina by: I won it through first reads
I won this book from Good-reads First-reads! & I was so excited to get this book! I didn't know much about the Mennonite Religion & It was very interesting and informative. I loved Megan & how strong she was in her Faith. I loved the pure love between her & Micah. I really enjoyed this book & would highly recommend it to everyone!
Sandie
The end of the wonderful series of books.. Megan is the last of the 3 girls to go on. She is having a difficult time deciding the way the Lord wants her to go. She keeps fluctuating, but in the end goes the way He wanted her to.. Mr. Christner is a wonderful writer and keeps you involved all the way through her stories.
Dorrice
Loved it! This is the third in the trilogy Plain City Bridesmaids, and possibly the best of the three.It was clear early in the story how the happy couple were SUPPOSED to be such at the end, but like much in the field of romance, much had to happen first. 5 Stars!
Wendy Lima
I enjoyed this series so much and am sad to see it come to an end!
Shana
I won this from Goodreads First-reads! This was the sweetest book I've ever read. Interesting and informative, a good read.
Andrea Woodard
I read this book awhile ago, it was the kind of book you don't want to put down.
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Dianne Christner - Christian Fiction Author - writes Christian romance novels. While she has several historical books, her current series falls in the Amish fiction sub-genre. Raised in the Mennonite church, she brings authenticity to "The Plain City Bridesmaids" series.

She keeps a lighthearted reality blog called plaingirl romanticizing.

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