Meg’s Best Man

Meg s Best Man A cozy inspirational romance in the mountains of Montana Includes questions for a mother daughter book club Meg Park s plans to spend the weekend with her family and a good book fly out the camper wi

  • Title: Meg’s Best Man
  • Author: Cynthia Bruner
  • ISBN: 9780986215315
  • Page: 399
  • Format: Paperback
  • A cozy, inspirational romance in the mountains of Montana Includes questions for a mother daughter book club.Meg Park s plans to spend the weekend with her family and a good book fly out the camper window when she steps in as a backup bridesmaid at her cousin s mountain wedding She s happy to be on the bride s team, but groomsman Gage seems to think she needs him as herA cozy, inspirational romance in the mountains of Montana Includes questions for a mother daughter book club.Meg Park s plans to spend the weekend with her family and a good book fly out the camper window when she steps in as a backup bridesmaid at her cousin s mountain wedding She s happy to be on the bride s team, but groomsman Gage seems to think she needs him as her companion for than just a short trip down the aisle He s tall, funny, and suspiciously Texan He also has a knack for breaking things Meg s certain Gage is hiding something, but he doesn t open up, even after he stumbles upon her own secret Meg needs to fess up And she needs to find out the truth about Gage so one of the things Gage breaks isn t her heart.

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    1. Warning, I'm reviewing my own book!I loved writing this book. It's just the sort of sweet, funny, and romantic book that I like to read, and I feel blessed to have the chance to share it with you!The setting is a summer wedding near Paradise Valley in Montana. Just so you know, Paradise Valley is north of Yellowstone, and it's one of the prettiest places on earth. My heroine, Meg, is an artist and muralist. Her work life doesn't leave much room for friendship, and no room at all for romance.She [...]

    2. I loved this story. Was blessed to get to read an advanced copy and I know this cute little story is going to go far! Tight writing, good tension between the hero and heroine, and a fun setting! A nice clean romance with a wonderful message that you are sure to enjoy. Give it a try!

    3. This was one of the most enjoyable books I’ve read in a long time. “Weekend Novella” is the perfect description because although it’s a pretty big novella, you can read it over a weekend. I loved the Montana setting and the main character, Meg, right away, and I liked how the author slowly revealed Meg’s background -- and why she thinks what she thinks and does what she does. It’s a fun, sweet read, but the characters and their troubles and interactions (especially Meg and Gage) make [...]

    4. While listed as a novella, this story is 176 pages so it is not a story that will be over with before you start it. I did find it to be a quick and easy to read story, full of very interesting characters, in a wonderful setting.The author did a great job of writing characters that I could quickly like (or dislike). I connected with Meg right from the beginning and felt for her and the situation she found herself in. I really liked Meg. She knows that she has talent as an artist, and has been suc [...]

    5. This was a sweet Christian romance. A short story that is full on family bonds. Meg and Gage were a sweet couple, but what I would really like to see are Mouse the Moose books in publication!! The background story of Meg's secret children's series sounds promising. Cynthia Bruner has shown two very different talents here and I hope she'll consider giving Mouse a chance. :)

    6. I enjoyed this well-written book for several reasons. The characters really appealed to me. The setting and plot were interesting and unique. There was tension, but not too much. When I'm reading a light romance, I don't want to stress over it. I liked that the reader gets to watch the relationship blossom and grow. I look forward to reading more books by this author.

    7. Sometimes a person needs a quick read that allows them to set aside their troubles amidst a chaotic world, if only for the day or two it’ll take to complete this novella. They want a book that leaves them feeling happy and hopeful. In Meg’s Best Man, author Cynthia Bruner has provided just that. The captivating intro, “It was exactly the wrong time to show up at Joshua’s cabin,” creates an instant curiosity that draws readers in. Mostly likeable characters, a dash of intrigue, and witt [...]

    8. I have one BIG complaint about this story ended!! I want more. More Meg. More Gage. More Mouse the Moose, even! *Sigh* This is a delightful, warm and romantic story. Even though I'm sorry it ended, it's just the right length for the storyline. The portrayal of Gage is particularly real, in my opinion, as is Meg's reactions to his behavior. He's trying to do right and gets mad at himself when things go wrong. Meg thinks he's mad at her! The way it all works out is so sweet. I'm looking forward to [...]

    9. I love this book so much that I think I'm gonna go ahead and read it again. I'm writing this review in July because I just finished reading the other two books in the series and I was fairly critical of Jen's Catch. So I wanted to reiterate her just how much fun I think this series concept is, and this book in particular. Each book in the Montana Weekend series is a standalone Novella with all the action taking place over two or three days of a weekend, usually centering around a family event of [...]

    10. I received Meg’s Best Man: A Montana Weekend Novella in exchange for an honest review through GoodReads FirstReads. I really enjoyed this book, I think it was the simplicity of it. The relationships were very down-to-earth and real. That's what makes or breaks a story like this for me. The novella provided a clear 'snapshot' of a rusty wedding weekend, and was beautifully described. I loved the sparks between Meg and Gage, I felt as if I was actually witnessing a budding relationship. With tha [...]

    11. I enjoyed this book. All the characters were lovable and the story flowed.Meg shows up for her cousins wedding only to find out the maid of honor isn't coming. Meg fills in on the weekend festivities and meets the best man, Gage. Gage finds out something that Meg has not even shared with her family, but as she tells them, some of them already knew - she was the Mouse the Moose author. The maid of honor gets there in time for the wedding, but has a history with Gage. Will Meg let her feelings get [...]

    12. This was such a fun book to read, not only because of its setting in my beloved Montana, but also because the characters are a delight to get to know. The relationships range from lighthearted to serious, with family and new acquaintances mixed together in ways that keep you wondering what will happen next. The play on words in the title is a hint of things to come involving Meg, the heroine, and Gage, the best man in her cousin's wedding. Meg's Best Man has a strong Christian message that makes [...]

    13. This novella is absolutely lovely, a very easy and enjoyable read.I finished it in one afternoon and it made me laugh and cry together with the characters.It also made me fall in love with Montana :)I think the thing I like most was the relationship of Meg with her family, as I could relate a lot with how she felt. And the lesson that things don't have to be perfect to be really good is lovely.Disclaimer: I received this book for free through First Reads.

    14. Loved it, a read again bookA sweet and lovely romance beginning. It imparts Christian values , family values, and budding friendship without being preachy. A book beginning and ending with love. Recommend.

    15. I loved thisOh how I loved this cute little story. I loved the premise of a clean Christian romance, with a cute cowboy and an artsy country girl. Just simply adorable.

    16. This was a cute story. I liked the MC's character. It got a little preachy at the end, but it was a clean, happy story.

    17. This was really an adorable story. I loved the family aspect of it, and how close Meg was to Joshua and her brother.I was kind of squee-ing over the adorable ness when I finished it at 1:30AM :P

    18. WonderfulI really loved this story. Meg is beyond wonderful and Gage is great. Add Joshua, Leah and the rest of the family and you get a fantastic love story.

    19. A real treat!Reading this novella was like taking a weekend trip to Montana. I felt I was there, and I enjoyed it so much.

    20. A very enjoyable sweet romance that conveys important messages in an easy to swallow format. I would love to see more by this author.

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