Review: A Spring of Weddings

        `A Spring of Weddings` is a contemporary romance Kindle ebook written by author's Toni Shiloh and Melissa Wardwell.

        The first story, A Proxy Wedding, was written by author Toni Shiloh. The female protagonist, Carly James, was to be a proxy bride for her best friend, Brenda. The male protagonist, Damien Nichols, was to be a proxy for his best friend. They were both assured it was legal, only in Montana. Once the vows were set Brenda would be married and stationed in the service where her fiance is stationed.

        The second story, Hope Beyond Savannah, was written by Melissa Wardwell. It is entirely different from the first story as it involves the Samoan language translations, with a glossary to help the reader. However, there are not a lot of Samoan words that take away from the story. It is an easy to understand book.

        The male protagonist, Nik Lagatuo, is described as tall, dark, and handsome. The female protagonist, Lily Allman, is described as shorter than Nik, fair skinned, and truly blessed among women. Could Lily leave Nik if it meant saving his family?

        Both stories fit well together, although they are very different, and I recommend this book to fans of contemporary romance.

Disclaimer: "I was provided a free copy of this ebook. All opinions are my own."
I am linking to the `Book Nook`

About the authors:

Toni Shiloh is a wife, mom, and Christian fiction writer. Once she understood the powerful saving grace of the  love of Christ, she was moved to honor her Savior.  She writes soulfully romantic novels to bring Him glory  and to learn more about His goodness. Before pursuing her dream as a writer, Toni served in the United States Air Force. It was there she met her husband. After countless moves, they ended up in Virginia, where they are raising their two boys. When she's not typing in imagination land, Toni enjoys reading, playing video games, ​making jewelry, and  spending time with ​her family. Toni is a member of the American Christian ​Fiction Writers (ACFW) as well as the ACFW Virginia ​Chapter.

Melissa Wardwell was born and raised in a small mid-Michigan community and lives there still with her husband and three children. She enjoys taking pictures, reading, and leisurely rides with her husband on their motorcycle. Her hope is that each story touches your heart, gives you hope, or just gives you a moment away from the chaos of life. You can find her at


Sandee said…
Sounds like my kind of reads. I'll check these out.

Have a fabulous and blessed Sunday, Michelle. ☺
Linda Kay said…
Thanks for the review....looks like a good read.
Michelle F said…
Thank you for stopping by.
These are quick reads, but enjoyable!

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