Image of A Small-Town Bride (Chapel of Love)


Image of A Small-Town Bride (Chapel of Love)

Ramsay’s second book in her Chapel of Love series is a hilarious and heartwarming romantic comedy set in an iconic small town chock full of unforgettable quirky characters. The love story of her seemingly ill-matched couple is touching, and the heroine’s transformation from spoiled rich girl with daddy issues to independent, liberated woman is fabulous.

Twenty-eight-year-old socialite Amy Lyndon finds herself kicked out of the house and cut off by her rich father and has no choice but to find employment. She takes a job working as a gardener for a sexy demanding, insufferable man. Dusty McNeil has a full plate being a horticulturist for a popular resort and battling city hall over trying to take his property by eminent domain. Now he also has to deal with his latest employee, who is a beautiful, spoiled rich girl. (FOREVER, Apr., 336 pp., $7.99)
Reviewed by: 
Debbie Haupt