Bride Quartet Collection (Bride Quartet #1-4)
As little girls MacKensie, Emma, Laurel, and Parker spent hours acting out their perfect make believe I do moments. Years later their fantasies become reality when they start their own wedding planning compan
After reading the first, I immediately went to Nora Roberts website to find out more about her Quartet.
Mac, Emma, Laurel and Parker remind me of another four friends we've seen - Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte and Miranda. This series show the ins and outs of girls relationships, lives...more
Girl decides she may want to be with boy and thinks about it for about a month.
They get together and stay together for about a month.
Boy doesn't really do anything wrong, but girl overreacts and either breaks up with or ignores boy for about 7-12 days.
Boy comes and apologizes for somethings he shouldn't really need to apologize for and proposes marriage, girl says yes even though they were together for one month.
Fill 75% of each book with rando...more
Love the characters, Love the details and the various bonds that held together the characters. Its made me Aww! :D
I wanted to give a 4.5 but Seriously,Too much build up for the Parker Story with not much of a result.
These are feel-good humorous books with interesting strong characters and I recommend it to anyone who feels like reading a romance( Its weird I have been over-us...more
I grew up reading Nora Roberts' novels and as usual, I am very pleased with this series! Everything that a girl dreams of is in this series - fancy wedding gowns, lovely flowers, luxurious cakes and a nice picture that would say it all...for the hopeless romantic or romantically challenged ladies, this is a fun read!
I find it unfair to rank or choose just one from this series, each story is unique yet embedded with love, friendship and a chunk of humor and witty lines. Once again, the Nora Rober...more
The second books ending was good and different from what I had expected so I was a lil' disappointed with the ending but the heat b/tween the characters was great.
I wished sometimes I could see in real life what flowers Emma used and how Laurel's cakes turned out! I loved the banter of the men; it was so real and authe...more
Eleanor Marie Robertson was born on October 10, 1950 in Silver Spring, Maryland, USA. She was the youngest of five children, also the only girl, of a marriage with Irish ancestors. Her family were avid readers, so books were always important in her life. She attended a Catholic school and credits the nuns with instilling in her a sense of discipline. During her...more