Tuesday, 19 April 2016

Review - Rocky Mountain Wedding by Sara Richardson


Title: Rocky Mountain Wedding 
Series: Heart of the Rockies #3.5
Author: Sara Richardson
Release Date: April 12, 2016



Sara Richardson brings us the conclusion to her Heart of the Rockies series in this stunning, heartwarming novella.

SOMETHING OLD, SOMETHING NEW-AND SOMETHING SHE NEVER EXPECTED . . .

If anyone had told Ruby James she'd be marrying the man of her dreams after starting over at the Walker Mountain Ranch, she'd have keeled over laughing, if not crying. Yet here she is: ready to walk down the aisle with her soul mate, Sawyer Hawkins-and make the adoption of their sweet foster daughter, Brooklyn, official. But just days before the event that will make their family complete, a miraculous little wrinkle appears in her plans . . . 

Ruby's already the most beautiful woman in the world to Sawyer, but she seems to be glowing even more than usual . . . and now he knows why. Sawyer couldn't have wished for more. Soon enough he'll have a new wife, a new daughter, and a new bundle of joy. But not everyone sees a happy future for him and Ruby. With a blizzard rolling in, Sawyer must help his family-to-be weather a different kind of storm-and clear the skies for an unforgettable Rocky Mountain wedding.






Sweet, emotional, fantastic!

This was the perfect follow up to Ruby and Sawyer’s story that began in More Than a Feeling. This is the last book in the series and while I am sad that it is over this was a wonderful way to see these characters off…

Ruby and Sawyer were getting ready for their wedding and reveling in being parents to soon-to-be-adopted Brookie. Emotions are high as the final preparations are underway. Whether trying to find that last-minute, perfect wedding gift or weathering the final wedding dress fittings, there are challenges even at the most happiest of times. Throw in unexpected news and some heartbreaking events and the story was full to the brim with emotion, tears and smiles…

I loved Ruby and Sawyer in the first outing and their love for Brookie knew no bounds. Their joy in parenthood is probably the one thing to rival the love they have for each other and it plucks at the heartstrings like nothing else. Once again, when life throws them one wrench after another, they rely on each other and their friends and family to get through. 

Sawyer is proud and solid as ever as the protector for his family but that doesn’t mean his emotions don’t run deep. The hints of vulnerability as fear creeps in reveal how much love he has, and what he wouldn’t do, for the women in his life. My heart kept being battered as it laughed and cried through what turned out to be my favorite instalment in the series.

Five happy, tear-laden stars! 
~ Review by Diane

This was a perfect conclusion to the gang at the Walker Mountain Ranch. A wedding, a baby and a bit of drama thrown in for good measure. 

This is a big family that loves and supports each other through the good and the bad. It's a classic love story for the ages. It's the one my mom would read, or the one that you pick up when you need a sure thing, feel good moment. This is what works. The execution was done well also. 

It's simple and easy and comfortable. Like a Sunday dinner with the family. 
~ Review by Heather




Sara Richardson grew up chasing adventure in Colorado's rugged mountains. She's climbed to the top of a 14,000 foot peak at midnight, swum through Class IV rapids, completed her wilderness first-aid certification, and spent seven days at a time tromping through the wilderness with a thirty-pound backpack strapped to her shoulders. 

Eventually Sara did the responsible thing and got an education in writing and journalism. After a brief stint in the corporate writing world, she stopped ignoring the voices in her head and started writing fiction. Now she uses her experience as a mountain adventure guide to write stories that incorporate adventure with romance. Still indulging her adventurous spirit, Sara lives and plays in Colorado with her saint of a husband and two young sons.



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