I ran across this book on the Knot Chocolate blog and being a newlywed, the plot immediately caught my eye.
Here’s a summary:
Everyone says the first year of marriage is the hardest . . . but what would you do if you found out that you were never really married in the first place?
In this irresistible romantic comedy from award-winning author Beth Kendrick, three wildly different women form an unlikely friendship as they try to decide whether they’d do it all again.
They’ve had the white dresses and the fancy receptions. But now that the honeymoon’s over, Stella, Casey, and Erin have each had to face some hard truths about the men they’ve married and the lives they’ve chosen. So when the news breaks that the pastor who presided over their weddings failed to file a few critical pieces of paper, none of these newlyweds are rushing down to the courthouse to legalize their vows. Instead, the brides share their hopes, disappointments, and secrets while grappling with that pivotal question: Should they stay or should they go?
And since I’d planned on participating in book blogger Reads4Pleasure’s Colorful Chick Lit challenge, this comes right on time. I don’t think the author is a person of color but she will definitely add toward to my book count. And since I have been stuck in a genre rut for some time, I decided to switch the game up and tackle some lighter fare. I’m going to read the book and come back with a review for ya’ll.
But enough about that!
The REAL question is this: What would you do if you found out you weren’t really legally married AND you’d been dealing with drama in the marriage anyway?? Would you walk??
Let me know your thoughts in the comments.