Happy Ever After (The Bride Quartet #4)

Happy Ever After


Parker Brown turned the quartet's childhood game of Wedding Day into their dream jobs. And now she's the face of Vows—the one who meets every bride's demands; keeps every event on schedule; and brings Emma's romantic flowers, Laurel's delicious treats, and Mac's stunning photography together in one glorious package. She knows how to make dreams come true...

Mechanic Malcolm Kavanaugh loves figuring out how things work, and Parker Brown—with her mile-long legs—is no exception. But as a good friend to Parker's brother, Mal knows that moving from minor flirtation to major hookup is a serious step.

No man has rattled Parker in a long time, but the motorcycle-riding, raven-haired Mal seems to have a knack for it. His passionate kisses always catch her of guard, much like her growing feelings for him. Parker's business risks have always paid off, but now she'll have to take the chance of a lifetime with her heart.  (Summary and book cover courtesy of goodreads.com)


The worst thing about falling in love with a series is when it ends.  In this case, I missed the friendships between Parker, Emma, Mac and Laurel immediately after the conclusion of the book. 

I do have to say though; I think Roberts saved the best for last, mostly because Parker could practically be my doppelganger.  As many friends may vouch for me, I can be a mite obsessed with organization and keeping things on a schedule.  That being said, Parker certainly has superior skills in dealings with crazy wedding-obsessed brides, which is not a job I would want.  I love this book because it’s so lovely to see detail-focused Parker get stirred up about Malcolm and how they play off each other.  Of course Parker’s brother will have to share his thoughts on the situation, but that’s nothing Parker can’t handle.

All in all, this was a lovely end to the series though I wouldn’t be upset if Nora Roberts ever came back to add more to the series!

Warning: Contains sexual content

Rating: 5 stars!

Who should read it? Any romantics and Nora Roberts fan.

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