June is the official (maybe unofficial) wedding season. You’ve got great weather in the western hemisphere that makes for the perfect time to tie the know and say I do. It’s also the perfect time to release an anthology collection about weddings.
I wrote a novella called Finally a Sweetheart that follows a woman who is always the wedding cake baker. Felicity Edwards wants a husband to call her own, but there’s just one problem she’s not sure a man can handle.
When she meets Will Davenport at a cake appointment, she thinks she has another chance to find the right one. But how can she reveal her secret?
What I liked about writing this novella was exploring what makes her person feel valuable. Felicity and Will both dealt with feeling less than because of societal standards on what makes a person successful or “worthy.”
Have you ever battled feelings of inferiority? How did you get through? How did God show you just how much He values you?
That’s what Will and Felicity have to discover along their journey in Finally a Sweetheart.
Love Is Only Business for 4 Wedding Planners
Discover how keeping secrets from each other threatens four women’s friendships, wedding business, and own ability to find love in Loveland, Colorado.
Business partners Felicity Edwards, the cake baker; Kiki Bell, the seamstress; Cassie Blackthorn, the coordinator; and Chef Saffron Delarosa are best of friends in a town that is a romantic wedding destination for many couples—who work together at Weddings by Design to make every bride’s special day perfect. Could each falling into their own romance be the key to working out their differences and learning to trust each other—and God—with their futures?
I have a print copy I’d love to give to one lucky commentator. For entry, tell me your favorite wedding cake flavor or the flavor you had at your own wedding.
Comment by 6/6/21 11:59 pm EDT and I’ll pick a random winner on 6/7.
USA entrants only please.