Goodreads: In A February Bride by Betsy St. Amant, history repeats itself when this bride runs out of the church on her wedding day—in the same dress that had been passed down for generations and worn by her mom, grandma and great-grandmother who also ran out of their weddings. The heroine struggles to break destructive cycles of the past. Can this bride shuck expectation and discover who SHE is as a bride and in the Bride of Christ? And if she finally walks down the aisle, what dress will she be wearing? Readers will enjoy this novel of redemption centered on a winter wedding.
Ope’s Opinion: I am really enjoying this series of A Year of Weddings. This is the third one I have read. Each one is being written by different authors, but it feels very cohesive. You can feel each authors touch on their story.
In the February bride, she tells herself things that just aren’t true. The dialogue going on inside her head needed editing. It took someone from the outside to set her thinking straight.
Although you know God is at the center of their lives, it is not pushy at all.
It is a very easy, quick read. Each page was enjoyable. You won’t want to stop reading.