Obviously I had to read the third book of the quartet, Savor the Moment next, right? Even though I read these years ago, even then I could see Laurel and Del being set up in the previous books. Plus, I love seeing what happens with Mac and Carter and with Jack and Emma.
Delaney Brown, Parker’s brother, has known the quartet essentially all their lives. He calls them all his girls and cares and protects them. This has especially been the case since Parker and his parents died.
Laurel McBane, the baker for Vows, lives in the main house with Parker. While her parents have never divorced, they weren’t exactly the example of wedded bliss. Laurel attended the local public high school, unlike Parker and Emma.
Brief Summary (while trying not to give everything away)
In Savor the Moment, everything changes for Del and Laurel when Laurel gets frustrated and kisses Del in an effort to show Del that she’s NOT his sister. He doesn’t understand how much she wants to stand on her own two feet.
Del is sent reeling from Laurel’s kiss. Being the lawyer that he is, he lays out a plan for seeing if they can date without causing too much upheaval. What happens then? Well, read the book to find out!
As all Nora Roberts’ books, I absolutely love these. I adore her trilogies and quartets the most. This is the third of the Bride Quartet and it was wonderful to revisit them again. Plus, there was a bonus sighting of a previous couple from an earlier book. Maddie O’Hurley’s daughter, Caroline gets married at Vows. If you’re a Nora fan, you might remember her from Dance to the Piper. If you haven’t read this and you’re a sucker for romances, you need to read it. It’s a fantastic story.
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And in case you hadn’t figured it out, my plan for 2021 is to write a blog post for each book I read. Last year, I read 150 books. We’ll see how I do this year.