Image of Bed of Roses (The Bride Quartet, Book 2)


Image of Bed of Roses (The Bride Quartet, Book 2)

The wedding business is booming for four childhood friends, but their own love lives could use some assistance. One interesting element of this series
is how relationships that have developed over years can suddenly change. In this second book, the focus of the story is on florist Emma, who must juggle the reality of love with her misty childhood dreams. Warmth, humor
and romance abound!

It's spring, which means the four partners of VOWS -- Parker, Laurel, Emma and Mac -- are enmeshed in the madness of wedding season. Thankfully business is brisk, even though it means having to deal with bridezillas. Of the friends, Emma has been the most socially active, but her heart has not been engaged -- until she sees old friend and architect Jack in a new way.

Jack has been a player and is not big on commitment, plus he knows that any relationship with Emma runs the risk of damaging his lifelong friendship with his best friend Del. Despite the odds, are Emma and Jack willing to chance their hearts? (BERKLEY, Nov., 368 pp., $16.00)
Reviewed by: 
Jill M. Smith