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The Wedding Planner's Baby

(Sisters of Wishing Bridge Farm #2)

4.07  ·  Rating details ·  68 Ratings  ·  41 Reviews
Free-spirited Bec Watson was never having children––until she is. No way she’s ready for this, and she’s not going to tie-down the father, not even (especially!) if he’s secretly an English Lord. She’s doing this solo, which means she needs help from the one place she swore she’d never return…Wishing Bridge Farm. Home.

Lincoln Mathews has never known love, only responsibili
ebook, 209 pages
Published April 10th 2017 by Entangled Publishing, LLC: Bliss
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Natalie The Biblioholic
This was a fun and flirty read and I really enjoyed it. As the youngest Watson sister, Bec was rebellious, stubborn, quirky, flighty and free-spirited. Never feeling like she quite fit in, she traveled in order to find her place in the world. Now she's back at the family farm because it's time for her to settle down. Why you ask? Oh that's because she's pregnant and alone. Hurt and humiliated, she fled from England and the father of her child because he forgot to mention that he was a Lord!! The ...more
Twenty-two year old Bec Watson had been off globe trotting, staying in Italy, when she met Lincoln Matthews. They had a brief holiday romance that seemed to be going much further - until she met his mother and learned that he is actually a Lord and owner of a crumbling estate in England. She decides to run back to Wishing Bridge Farm, the place she grew up and now owns with her older sisters and which they now run as a wedding venue. Finding out she’s pregnant is a shock and, despite the advice ...more
Book Gannet
DNF @ 27%

After reading and enjoying Falling for the Best Man, I really thought Piper would be the Watson sister I liked least. Turns out Bec is worse. Her lack of maturity made me feel seriously sorry for that baby she’s carrying. I know she’s only twenty-two, but my word, she’s annoying.

The whole issue around the photos and her running away and keeping the truth from Lincoln when he turned up was bad enough. The way she refuses to even consider giving him a chance because, well, I’m not even su
Apr 20, 2017 rated it really liked it
Bec Watson is the youngest sister and the free spirited girl whom the rest of the family seems to treat as a ghost. Now she finds herself back at Wishing Bridge Farms, pregnant and trying to save the family farm by being a wedding planner. Sure she has her best friend Coop and her sisters for support but the one person she didn't want to see was Lincoln Matthews aka the baby daddy.

After finding out that Lincoln was not who she thought he was (an artist who is really an English Lord) she decides
Bette Hansen
Apr 03, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I really enjoyed this one. It's another light, fun read in this series and I adored these characters. The story is very well done with great pace and character development. Definitely left me wanting Pepper and Coop's story!

Bec has always been the flightly, carefree Watson sister. Never one to settle down but now she's back at Wishing Bridge Farm trying to prove she's serious about staying and working as a wedding planner. Yeah she might be slightly pregnant. She may have left the father back in
Susan (susayq ~)
This was a pretty good read. Nothing too heavy, but not exactly light and fluffy.

Bec was a bit too immature and flighty for my liking. She thought no one loved her and felt sorry for herself. Lincoln was great. He was loyal and loving. I loved that he found a way to save his family and get Bec.

*thanks to the publisher for sharing a copy of this with me*
April Symes
Apr 16, 2017 rated it really liked it
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This was a light and fun romantic read. As the youngest Watson sister, Bec was independent, straight forward and free-spirited. She did what she wanted, when she wanted. Bec did feel like she never fit in with her older sisters and was the odd woman out with them so she traveled in order to find her place in the world. Now she's back at the family farm because she is pregnant and the father isn’t in the picture…or is he? She came back home because the father Lincoln misled her about who he reall ...more
Emily (Mrs B's Books)
**My thanks to NetGalley and Entangled Publishing LLC, for providing me with a free copy for an honest review**

I have not read the first book in the series and did not feel like i needed two and that this can be read as a stand alone book.

Although i liked this book you can tell an American wrote the book as when Lincoln is talking from his point of view he phones home on his cell, where and English man would call it his mobile phone. Little things like this just stood out in the English thinking
Isha Coleman
Apr 10, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Lincoln and Bec found the stuff of romance novels in each others arms. Yet, when the euphoria starts to fade and the real world intrudes, hearts are bound to be broken. Will these two star crossed lovers be able to keep the dream alive? A noteworthy effort, that casts a spell not easily broken.
Mar 08, 2017 rated it really liked it
The Wedding Planner's Baby is the second in the Sisters of Wishing Bridge Farm series. It stands alone and does not end on a cliffhanger. I have not yet read the first book in this series, but that did not impact my enjoyment of this book at all. This one is a light, feel-good kind of book that I would recommend to anyone who wants an easy, fun read that ends with a happily ever after.

Bec and Lincoln were really interesting characters who, at first blush, didn't seem that well-matched, but who
Mar 06, 2017 rated it really liked it
The Wedding Planner's Baby was a great lighthearted read that leaves you with all the good feels you expect out of a sweet romance.

This story wasn't entirely predictable as Lincoln's dilemma kept you wondering throughout the story.

I enjoyed the fact that Bec was a mature young woman and handled herself very well considering the circumstances she was facing.

All in all this was a great read and I will likely pick up the rest of the books in this series.

The Wedding Planner's Baby is book 2 in the

4.5 Stars

Bec Watson never thought she'd return home to Wishing Bridge Farm, the place she inherited along with her sisters after their Aunt died. But learning that the man whose baby she's now carrying lied about who he really is, the only choice to make was to return home. Working as a wedding planner keeps her busy, but when Lincoln Mathews comes back into her life and asks her to plan a wedding, just so she'll give him a chance to explain everything, she's torn between saying yes and telling
Katrina Berry
Mar 20, 2017 rated it really liked it
The Wedding Planner's Baby by Amanda Ashby is Book 2 of the Sisters of Wishing Bridge Farm Series. Although this book is part of a series, it can be read as a standalone.

This was a quick romance that was sweet, heartfelt and very enjoyable. Although quick, it was by no means incomplete. I found the characters to be engaging and the world nicely defined, not to mention who doesn’t enjoy a good baby surprise romance?!?! Ms. Ashby did a good job with this story and it is a nice addition to her seri
Jul 31, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition

Such an AWESOME book once again! I throughly enjoyed the pacing of the book, the characters, and of course, the town of Sunshine, CT!
Mar 16, 2017 rated it really liked it

This is such a cute little story. In the beginning, Bec was making me crazy and a little frustrated. She was very much her 22 year old self. But I am glad I kept reading because she matured as the story went on and I understood her more, even liking her. Now Lincoln, I liked him from the beginning. He was responsible, trying to make everything in his life work, and sexy. I did enjoy Bec and Lincoln together. She brought out his fun side and he made her feel special. The ending to their st
Mar 12, 2017 rated it really liked it
I received this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review.

Bec and Lincoln are complicated. I really enjoyed their story. The unexpected pregnancy. The independent female. The honorable and decent male, who happened to not be so honorable when Bec left him. But I could understand his point of view. The pressure to be someone all the time. When do you get to be yourself. Bec was given two gifts in this book, 1st the baby and second Lincoln's true self.

Well written story, a little confus
Mar 09, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I always enjoy surprise baby plots. This book adds in the added complication that the father, Lincoln, is an English lord with a debt-ridden estate. The mother, Bec, met him on vacation in Italy and didn’t know that Lincoln came from that sort of aristocratic background. His mother was the one to enlighten her and intimidate her to fleeing to her home in Connecticut where she works to make her family form into a wedding location.

When Lincoln shows up and finds out about the baby, he wants to ste
May 16, 2017 rated it it was amazing
The Wedding Planners Baby (Sisters of Wishing Bridge Farms #2) by Amanda Ashby
Because she knows she needs help, after finding out she's pregnant Bec runs for the hills or back to Wishing Bridge Farm ~home as it may be, where she vowed to never return to. She never expects the father, Lincoln (an English Lord~ which he hid from her) to show up on her door step. She thought she had more time to tell him, but such as life in a small town word travels even to an outside visitor. So what's gonna
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This is the second in the series and can be read as a standalone.This was a nice little read and i enjoyed it its perfect for a lazy weekend.It has great characters and a good plot would try more from Amanda
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Mar 22, 2017 rated it really liked it
This is the second book in the "Sisters of Wishing Bridge Farm" and it is the story of the younger of the sisters Bec Watson who has come home from her travelling trip and informs her sisters that she is pregnant after having a fling while travelling in Italy, and decides she wants to stay and be involved with the wedding planning business.

Lincoln Matthews is a British Lord and has travelled to Wishing Bridge Farm to talk to Bec, as his mother had informed him that Bec had naked pictures of him
Apr 11, 2017 rated it really liked it
The Wedding Planner's Baby by Amanda Ashby is a book I wanted to love but found myself liking instead. The plot is interesting enough but I just couldn’t like Bec. I wanted her to behave differently; seeing that she was making mistakes. Lincoln, on the other hand, behaves so much more mature. It makes you wonder why he fell for such immaturity.

This read well as a stand-alone but follows “Falling for the Best Man” which concerns Bec’s sister. In the end is a HEA, with not cliffhanger. This is a c
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Amanda Ashby was born in Australia but now lives in New Zealand where she writes romance, young adult and middle grade books. She also works in a library, owns far too many vintage tablecloths and likes to delight her family by constantly rearranging the furniture.

She has a degree in English and Journalism from the University of Queensland and is married with two children. Her debut book was nomin

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