Four Weddings and a Kiss is a great way to sample four authors, three of which I had never read before. It is composed of four Novellas, written by Margaret Brownley, Debra Clopton, Mary Connealy, and Robin Lee Hatcher. Overall I enjoyed this book, but I would not count it as a favorite. It is a book I will pass on to friend as a fun, instant gratification kind of read.
In my mind, each author was given a directive to write a historical fiction piece with an independent heroine. The stories all take place in the west and while each one is unique and different, all four are quick romances involving strong female characters. Given the stories are Novellas and not Novels, I suppose a bit of rushing to “I love you” is expected. Of the four stories, A Love Letter to the Editor, by Robin Lee Hatcher, was my favorite. Her characters are believable and not as flamboyant as those featured in the other three books
If you enjoy books that are quick to get to the point and offer instant gratification, Four Weddings and a Kiss is a great choice for you. It is ideal for long trips in the car or a vacation type read. I was given a complimentary copy of this book by BookLookBloggers and the publisher in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own and I have not been compensated.