Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Review - The Wanted Bride by Sylvia McDaniel

The Wanted Bride
Sylvia McDaniel

Genre: Short Contemporary

ISBN: 978-1484122204

Number of pages: 232 pages
Word Count: 60,000

Cover Artist: Kat Baldwin

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Book Description:

She’s a Runaway Bride

Valerie Burrows is running from a wedding, her attorney fiancé and the law. Pampered Valerie takes a bus to nowheresville, where she learns her cash and credit cards have been stolen. Left with only her designer clothes and luggage she takes on a new identity and must learn to be self-reliant. She swears off men, especially attorneys, only to find the one man who refuses a one night stand and wants a relationship.

He’s Looking For A Wife

Matt Jordan, the Colorado Crusher, is the most successful liability lawyer in the state. After the death of his brother-in-law, he realizes he’s ready to settle down with a family of his own. His only requirements are intelligent, great-looking, wants more than a hook-up and doesn’t lie. After witnessing the lies his father told his mother, he demands complete honesty. Yet Valerie Brown shows him sometimes in order to find yourself, you must become someone else. Even if that means lying.
About the Author:
Sylvia McDaniel and her very supportive husband Don, the love of her life, live in Texas with son Shane, Putz the klutzy dachshund and Ashley our shy dachshund. During the day, she works for a small insurance agency, helping clients with their commercial insurance coverage. The weekends are spent working out in the garden until the temperature climbs above ninety degrees. Currently, she's written fourteen novels. Her novel, A Hero's Heart, was a 1996 Golden Heart Finalist. Sylvia is the President Elect of Dallas Area Romance Authors.



The Wanted BrideThe Wanted Bride by Sylvia McDaniel
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

A funny, upbeat chick-lit read. Nothing too taxing here, a nice story and loads of laughs keeping things light. Perfect when you are looking to escape to a happy place and read while soaking in a bubble bath, really the best way to read chick lit in my opinion!

Valerie is a fun campy character, if a bit spoiled in the beginning. I loved following her on her journey and seeing her discover who she is and wants to be. She is engaging and likeable even when acting a touch bratty.

I loved the dynamic between Valerie and Matt was fantastic. I was really rooting for them to get together. The end was predictable, but so is most chick lit!

Really fun read to help take your mind off the world and it's dramas!

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