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Review: Valentine Bride by Ava Bradley

After being jilted at the altar by her fiancé, Virginia Montgomery quit her job and moved a thousand miles away to manage Hotel Amore on Little West Cay, hoping she’d never see that no-good coward Thomas Bennett again. But Fate and Mother Nature conspire and whip up a little Valentine’s Day magic to bring Virginia and Thomas back together.

You know what they say; Fate doesn’t take no for an answer, and it isn’t nice to mess with Mother Nature.

Title:Valentine Bride
Author:Ava Bradley
Series:n/a
Pages:22
Category / Genre(s):Contemporary
Trope(s):Valentine Romance
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Location:US
HEA:✔️
Release Date:1st January, 2015
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Short and sweet

This is a very short story coming in at just 22 pages – that’s about 15 minutes from the start of the story to the very end. Perfect for a short and sweet quickie romance for the morning, afternoon or evening!

Being so short, you obviously don’t get masses of character development but that’s okay because Virginia and Thomas have known each other a long time so we’re not seeing their story from the very beginning. It’s just the best, and more important bit, when they realise that they can’t live without each other.

Good writing, a sweetly romantic story and surprisingly believable character motivations make this a winner of a short story. If you need a shot of romance in your day then I would recommend this to you. 4 stars.

Ava Bradley has published over twenty books under two pseudonyms and appeared on the USA Today bestseller list. Her books are available in print and ebook formats, which in her opinion, is the best of both worlds.

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