Item description for Windswept Weddings: Move a Mountain/Blown Away by Love/Hurricane Allie/Heart's Refuge (Heartsong Novella Collection) by Lena Nelson Dooley, Pamela Griffin, Rachel Hauck & Lynette Sowell...
Overview Wedding bells are ringing, but there are storms on the horizon that may keep everyone from reaching the church. Christine's perfect wedding plans are sorely tested when the worst snowstorm in over a decade hits central Minnesota. Tornado warnings blare on Marie's wedding day, which is great for the storm-chasing best man, but not so great for uniting the bride and groom. As Allie is finishing wedding preparations in Florida and her fiance works in New York, a nasty hurricane bears down on the coast. The wind is changing on Krista's wedding day, sending a wildfire right toward the church. Will these brides find their grooms in the midst of raging storms?
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Studio: Barbour Publishing, Incorporated
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.9" Width: 5.2" Height: 1.3" Weight: 0.55 lbs.
Release Date Jun 30, 2006
Publisher Barbour Publishing Company
ISBN 1597890855 ISBN13 9781597890854
Availability 0 units.
More About Lena Nelson Dooley, Pamela Griffin, Rachel Hauck & Lynette Sowell
Lena Nelson Dooley is an award-winning author with more than 690,000 books in print. She is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers where she received the Mentor of the Year award in 2006 and three Carol award silver pins. She lives in Hurst, Texas, with her husband of over 47 years.
Reviews - What do customers think about Windswept Weddings: Move a Mountain/Blown Away by Love/Hurricane Allie/Heart's Refuge (Heartsong Novella Collection)?
Too short, rushed, and just a bad book Sep 17, 2008
I only read the first story (Move a Mountain) and that was enough to make me put this book down. The character development was horrible. It seemed too rushed, and then the writer threw in a happy ending, and it was out of the blue. I can't say anything about the other stories in the book, but the first story was bad. I give it three stars because I am hoping the rest of the stories are better.
Romance colides with Mother Nature Jul 12, 2006
MOVE A MOUNTAIN, Lena Nelson Dooley Christine knew exactly how she wanted her wedding, and nothing was going to interfere with her plans. She wanted to be married on Valentine's day. Her friends tried to warn her about planning anything for February in Minnesota, but she was sure God would smile on her. It couldn't snow on her wedding day, could it? Sure it could. And snow, and snow, and snow. Only a miracle could get the bride and groom to the church on time. BLOWN AWAY BY LOVE, Pamela Griffin Marie Barrett's wedding was tomorrow and her nerves were shot. After all the wedding had already been postponed twice. . . by the groom. Sure he had good excuses, but if he didn't show up this time, he could forget it. Marie hadn't counted on a tornado and Dale's storm watching brother taking him out to snap pictures on the morning of their wedding. Dale has to get back home, and he knows the situation is desperate. Even a tornado wouldn't be a strong enough excuse to save him this time. HURRICANE ALLIE, Rachel Hauck Allie Seton has planned for her wedding all of her life. In two weeks she will be Mrs. Kyle Landon. All her plans are geared around perfection. Nothing can be allowed to spoil this day. Then Kyle has to take a business trip the week of the wedding, and the first hurricane of the season is building up out at sea. Kyle might not even be able to get home in time for the wedding, and besides who wants to get married in the middle of a hurricane? Allie's perfect day is on a collision course with nature and she has finally met a situation she can't control. HEARTS REFUGE, Lynette Sowell Krista Schmidt's wedding day has finally arrived. Unfortunately, Luke Hanson, her groom, has invited Jeff Worley to be his best man. Jeff had been the reason Luke and Krista broke up once before and it took several years to repair the damage. Jeff's lifestyle hasn't changed much since college and having him here stirs up bitter memories. Then a wildfire breaks out and Luke, a firefighter, has to help. Fighting fires is dangerous, and Luke is in the thick of it, and Krista has something bigger than her wedding day to worry about.