Although she loves Marcus, Allie bolts from the church just before her wedding in a dress that has been handed down through generations of doomed marriages. Now, four months later, her best friend and Marcus' sister, Hannah, asks Allie to be her maid of honor. The former couple has a chance to reconnect and restore their relationship.
The story was cute, and the writing style was entertaining. It was predictable, and the ending was a little too much (although the dress part was perfect, which is all I can say without giving it away). The characters were likeable, too. There really was not any direct Christian content, but the underlying theme, if you looked for it, had an important meaning. It was an easy, fast read and I did enjoy this little novella, so I would recommend it to others.
I was given an ebook version of this novella from BookLookBloggers in exchange for my honest opinion.