The Bride Next Door (Chapel of Love #4)

The Bride Next Door (Chapel of Love #4)

Courtney Wallace loves her job as a wedding planner, but she's almost given up on her own happily-ever-after. She certainly doesn't it expect to find it with Matthew Lyndon, the hotshot lawyer she overhears taking a bet to seduce her. She's not amused by the challenge, but she decides to play along--after all, what better way to beat him at his own game? Matt never intende Courtney Wallace loves her job as a wedding planner, but she's almost given up on her own happily-ever-after. She cer...

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Title:The Bride Next Door (Chapel of Love #4)
Author:Hope Ramsay
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Genres:Romance
ISBN:B073P4LY4D
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:368 pages pages

The Bride Next Door (Chapel of Love #4) Reviews

  • Janga
    Apr 17, 2018

    The Bride Next Door by Hope Ramsay is the fourth full length novel in the romantic Chapel of Love series. There is also two novellas that fit into this same series but like the full length titles all of these move onto new main characters as couples so they all could be read as a stand...

    ?Can happily ever afters, happen when you least expect them? That is a yes from this gal since Hope Ramsay has for sure outdone herself with this wonderful trope romance... ?I'm not a big fan of trope romances, but this one I just found rather endearing to read and truly d...

    1. Hero is a misogynistic shit with double standards along with being a manchild with the maturity of the 2 month old. All his ?alphaness? cannot be camouflaged as maturity to save his character. I can?t see how a strong heroine like this one would be able to go through a whole b...

    I was lucky enough to get an ARC of this next book in Hope Ramsay's new series Chapel of Love. Courtney and Matt are adversaries in the start of this book. Courtney is in the wedding business, she works for Edge Hill Manor in her capacity of Wedding and Events planner. Who oddly en...

    Courtney is all about putting guys in categories where she thinks they belong. Matt is young and feels like a disappointment to his dad. The story of these two getting together was great. They both have deal with their insecurities and trust issues from their past. I enjoyed this book ...

    Here comes the... player and the man-hater! Sparks fly and a battle wages as the two least likely to walk down the aisle get their story. The Bride Next Door is the fifth book in the Chapel of Love series. The stories wouldn't be impossible to read out of order, but this series real...

    MY RATING: 3.5 STARS OUT OF 5 I was provided an ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.  I fell in love with my first Hope Ramsay book 'Here Comes the Bride' and when I heard the next one in the Chapel of Love Series was coming out, I knew I had to request to r...

    I have read most of Hope Ramsay?s books, and this one, compared to most of the others, came across as rather mediocre. My biggest problem was that the book was very predictable and about one quarter too long. At about the three-quarter mark, I knew what was going to happen, and then ...

    eyeroll https://www.goodreads.com/review/show... ...

    Life sometimes throws us curve balls. It?s up to us to decide what we are going to do with those opportunities and challenges. This story has its main characters, Courtney and Matt, but the ?supporting characters? have some great stories going on too. I felt several different emo...

    Courtney is in her ?zone? as a wedding planner: she?s got her life, her list about ?men? and with both of her friends now pregnant, she?s also got a ton of work to do. She?s well and truly out of the dating game (or so she tells herself) because in an instant she can put ...

    Received in exchange for a honest review. This was sweet. I loved how Matt wasn?t what Courtney thought. He kept surprising her and she began to see who he really was. Matt wasn?t stuck up or competitive and he certainly wasn?t a player. He was a young man who was trying to...

    I admit, this cover drew me in from the start. That plus a heroine who is single amid a sea of married friends and I?m in. I can relate to that woman (having been one of the last of my friends to marry). I can also relate to the walls that build up when love seems to find everyone bu...

    I received an arc from NG for review. I am a new fan of this author and I have read two books prior to this one. Of all of them this was my least favorite. However it is well written and my dislike had more to do with the age gap between the two main characters than anything else. ...

    Review written by Marie for Ever After Book Reviews! I have to be honest, this one was a little hard for me to chew for a while. But, as the story went on, I warmed a little bit to the characters and their storyline. I think it?d be difficult for me to write a true ?review? of...

    Shenandoah Falls, Virginia, is far enough away from the DC area to have a small town feel, yet close enough to attract greedy developers who want to make hefty changes to it. The apartment complex in Dogwood Estates is feared to be demolished and the residents driven out. Matthew Lyndo...

    I received a copy of this book in a Goodreads giveaway, and it has not affected my review. This was a very cute and enjoyable contemporary romance. I admit, I was a little skeptical at the beginning, as the setup situation with the bet was not only contrived but incredibly offensive...

    Courtney is a wedding planner in her quaint home town. While she?s busy planning each bride's perfect day, she?s also watching most of her single friends enjoying their own happily ever afters and now starting families. She?s torn between wanting her own ever after or resigning h...

    This is the fourth novel in Ramsay?s Chapel of Love series. It is rich in small-town appeal, family dynamics, and the ties of friendship. How much readers like the book will depend largely upon how much they like the protagonists. Courtney and Matt are not immediately sympathetic ch...

  • Elaine
    Mar 17, 2018

    The Bride Next Door by Hope Ramsay is the fourth full length novel in the romantic Chapel of Love series. There is also two novellas that fit into this same series but like the full length titles all of these move onto new main characters as couples so they all could be read as a stand...

    ?Can happily ever afters, happen when you least expect them? That is a yes from this gal since Hope Ramsay has for sure outdone herself with this wonderful trope romance... ?I'm not a big fan of trope romances, but this one I just found rather endearing to read and truly d...

    1. Hero is a misogynistic shit with double standards along with being a manchild with the maturity of the 2 month old. All his ?alphaness? cannot be camouflaged as maturity to save his character. I can?t see how a strong heroine like this one would be able to go through a whole b...

    I was lucky enough to get an ARC of this next book in Hope Ramsay's new series Chapel of Love. Courtney and Matt are adversaries in the start of this book. Courtney is in the wedding business, she works for Edge Hill Manor in her capacity of Wedding and Events planner. Who oddly en...

    Courtney is all about putting guys in categories where she thinks they belong. Matt is young and feels like a disappointment to his dad. The story of these two getting together was great. They both have deal with their insecurities and trust issues from their past. I enjoyed this book ...

    Here comes the... player and the man-hater! Sparks fly and a battle wages as the two least likely to walk down the aisle get their story. The Bride Next Door is the fifth book in the Chapel of Love series. The stories wouldn't be impossible to read out of order, but this series real...

    MY RATING: 3.5 STARS OUT OF 5 I was provided an ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.  I fell in love with my first Hope Ramsay book 'Here Comes the Bride' and when I heard the next one in the Chapel of Love Series was coming out, I knew I had to request to r...

    I have read most of Hope Ramsay?s books, and this one, compared to most of the others, came across as rather mediocre. My biggest problem was that the book was very predictable and about one quarter too long. At about the three-quarter mark, I knew what was going to happen, and then ...

    eyeroll https://www.goodreads.com/review/show... ...

    Life sometimes throws us curve balls. It?s up to us to decide what we are going to do with those opportunities and challenges. This story has its main characters, Courtney and Matt, but the ?supporting characters? have some great stories going on too. I felt several different emo...

    Courtney is in her ?zone? as a wedding planner: she?s got her life, her list about ?men? and with both of her friends now pregnant, she?s also got a ton of work to do. She?s well and truly out of the dating game (or so she tells herself) because in an instant she can put ...

    Received in exchange for a honest review. This was sweet. I loved how Matt wasn?t what Courtney thought. He kept surprising her and she began to see who he really was. Matt wasn?t stuck up or competitive and he certainly wasn?t a player. He was a young man who was trying to...

    I admit, this cover drew me in from the start. That plus a heroine who is single amid a sea of married friends and I?m in. I can relate to that woman (having been one of the last of my friends to marry). I can also relate to the walls that build up when love seems to find everyone bu...

    I received an arc from NG for review. I am a new fan of this author and I have read two books prior to this one. Of all of them this was my least favorite. However it is well written and my dislike had more to do with the age gap between the two main characters than anything else. ...

    Review written by Marie for Ever After Book Reviews! I have to be honest, this one was a little hard for me to chew for a while. But, as the story went on, I warmed a little bit to the characters and their storyline. I think it?d be difficult for me to write a true ?review? of...

    Shenandoah Falls, Virginia, is far enough away from the DC area to have a small town feel, yet close enough to attract greedy developers who want to make hefty changes to it. The apartment complex in Dogwood Estates is feared to be demolished and the residents driven out. Matthew Lyndo...

    I received a copy of this book in a Goodreads giveaway, and it has not affected my review. This was a very cute and enjoyable contemporary romance. I admit, I was a little skeptical at the beginning, as the setup situation with the bet was not only contrived but incredibly offensive...

    Courtney is a wedding planner in her quaint home town. While she?s busy planning each bride's perfect day, she?s also watching most of her single friends enjoying their own happily ever afters and now starting families. She?s torn between wanting her own ever after or resigning h...

    This is the fourth novel in Ramsay?s Chapel of Love series. It is rich in small-town appeal, family dynamics, and the ties of friendship. How much readers like the book will depend largely upon how much they like the protagonists. Courtney and Matt are not immediately sympathetic ch...

    I received this book as an ARC. I have been following Hope Ramsey for quite some time now. This new series, Chapel of Love, that takes place in Shenandoah Falls, WV is quite setup as a small town but near enough to the D.C. area to bring in varied levels of income and status on the eco...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. I have enjoyed all of the books by this author that I have read. I have read all the books so far in the Chapel of Love series. I liked this one, but not quite as much as the others. It is a good story, but I think too ma...

  • Margaret Dombrowski
    Mar 14, 2018

    The Bride Next Door by Hope Ramsay is the fourth full length novel in the romantic Chapel of Love series. There is also two novellas that fit into this same series but like the full length titles all of these move onto new main characters as couples so they all could be read as a stand...

    ?Can happily ever afters, happen when you least expect them? That is a yes from this gal since Hope Ramsay has for sure outdone herself with this wonderful trope romance... ?I'm not a big fan of trope romances, but this one I just found rather endearing to read and truly d...

    1. Hero is a misogynistic shit with double standards along with being a manchild with the maturity of the 2 month old. All his ?alphaness? cannot be camouflaged as maturity to save his character. I can?t see how a strong heroine like this one would be able to go through a whole b...

    I was lucky enough to get an ARC of this next book in Hope Ramsay's new series Chapel of Love. Courtney and Matt are adversaries in the start of this book. Courtney is in the wedding business, she works for Edge Hill Manor in her capacity of Wedding and Events planner. Who oddly en...

    Courtney is all about putting guys in categories where she thinks they belong. Matt is young and feels like a disappointment to his dad. The story of these two getting together was great. They both have deal with their insecurities and trust issues from their past. I enjoyed this book ...

    Here comes the... player and the man-hater! Sparks fly and a battle wages as the two least likely to walk down the aisle get their story. The Bride Next Door is the fifth book in the Chapel of Love series. The stories wouldn't be impossible to read out of order, but this series real...

    MY RATING: 3.5 STARS OUT OF 5 I was provided an ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.  I fell in love with my first Hope Ramsay book 'Here Comes the Bride' and when I heard the next one in the Chapel of Love Series was coming out, I knew I had to request to r...

    I have read most of Hope Ramsay?s books, and this one, compared to most of the others, came across as rather mediocre. My biggest problem was that the book was very predictable and about one quarter too long. At about the three-quarter mark, I knew what was going to happen, and then ...

    eyeroll https://www.goodreads.com/review/show... ...

    Life sometimes throws us curve balls. It?s up to us to decide what we are going to do with those opportunities and challenges. This story has its main characters, Courtney and Matt, but the ?supporting characters? have some great stories going on too. I felt several different emo...

    Courtney is in her ?zone? as a wedding planner: she?s got her life, her list about ?men? and with both of her friends now pregnant, she?s also got a ton of work to do. She?s well and truly out of the dating game (or so she tells herself) because in an instant she can put ...

    Received in exchange for a honest review. This was sweet. I loved how Matt wasn?t what Courtney thought. He kept surprising her and she began to see who he really was. Matt wasn?t stuck up or competitive and he certainly wasn?t a player. He was a young man who was trying to...

    I admit, this cover drew me in from the start. That plus a heroine who is single amid a sea of married friends and I?m in. I can relate to that woman (having been one of the last of my friends to marry). I can also relate to the walls that build up when love seems to find everyone bu...

    I received an arc from NG for review. I am a new fan of this author and I have read two books prior to this one. Of all of them this was my least favorite. However it is well written and my dislike had more to do with the age gap between the two main characters than anything else. ...

    Review written by Marie for Ever After Book Reviews! I have to be honest, this one was a little hard for me to chew for a while. But, as the story went on, I warmed a little bit to the characters and their storyline. I think it?d be difficult for me to write a true ?review? of...

    Shenandoah Falls, Virginia, is far enough away from the DC area to have a small town feel, yet close enough to attract greedy developers who want to make hefty changes to it. The apartment complex in Dogwood Estates is feared to be demolished and the residents driven out. Matthew Lyndo...

    I received a copy of this book in a Goodreads giveaway, and it has not affected my review. This was a very cute and enjoyable contemporary romance. I admit, I was a little skeptical at the beginning, as the setup situation with the bet was not only contrived but incredibly offensive...

    Courtney is a wedding planner in her quaint home town. While she?s busy planning each bride's perfect day, she?s also watching most of her single friends enjoying their own happily ever afters and now starting families. She?s torn between wanting her own ever after or resigning h...

    This is the fourth novel in Ramsay?s Chapel of Love series. It is rich in small-town appeal, family dynamics, and the ties of friendship. How much readers like the book will depend largely upon how much they like the protagonists. Courtney and Matt are not immediately sympathetic ch...

    I received this book as an ARC. I have been following Hope Ramsey for quite some time now. This new series, Chapel of Love, that takes place in Shenandoah Falls, WV is quite setup as a small town but near enough to the D.C. area to bring in varied levels of income and status on the eco...

  • Judy
    Mar 04, 2018

    The Bride Next Door by Hope Ramsay is the fourth full length novel in the romantic Chapel of Love series. There is also two novellas that fit into this same series but like the full length titles all of these move onto new main characters as couples so they all could be read as a stand...

    ?Can happily ever afters, happen when you least expect them? That is a yes from this gal since Hope Ramsay has for sure outdone herself with this wonderful trope romance... ?I'm not a big fan of trope romances, but this one I just found rather endearing to read and truly d...

    1. Hero is a misogynistic shit with double standards along with being a manchild with the maturity of the 2 month old. All his ?alphaness? cannot be camouflaged as maturity to save his character. I can?t see how a strong heroine like this one would be able to go through a whole b...

    I was lucky enough to get an ARC of this next book in Hope Ramsay's new series Chapel of Love. Courtney and Matt are adversaries in the start of this book. Courtney is in the wedding business, she works for Edge Hill Manor in her capacity of Wedding and Events planner. Who oddly en...

    Courtney is all about putting guys in categories where she thinks they belong. Matt is young and feels like a disappointment to his dad. The story of these two getting together was great. They both have deal with their insecurities and trust issues from their past. I enjoyed this book ...

    Here comes the... player and the man-hater! Sparks fly and a battle wages as the two least likely to walk down the aisle get their story. The Bride Next Door is the fifth book in the Chapel of Love series. The stories wouldn't be impossible to read out of order, but this series real...

    MY RATING: 3.5 STARS OUT OF 5 I was provided an ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.  I fell in love with my first Hope Ramsay book 'Here Comes the Bride' and when I heard the next one in the Chapel of Love Series was coming out, I knew I had to request to r...

    I have read most of Hope Ramsay?s books, and this one, compared to most of the others, came across as rather mediocre. My biggest problem was that the book was very predictable and about one quarter too long. At about the three-quarter mark, I knew what was going to happen, and then ...

    eyeroll https://www.goodreads.com/review/show... ...

    Life sometimes throws us curve balls. It?s up to us to decide what we are going to do with those opportunities and challenges. This story has its main characters, Courtney and Matt, but the ?supporting characters? have some great stories going on too. I felt several different emo...

  • Elizabeth
    May 31, 2018

    The Bride Next Door by Hope Ramsay is the fourth full length novel in the romantic Chapel of Love series. There is also two novellas that fit into this same series but like the full length titles all of these move onto new main characters as couples so they all could be read as a stand...

    ?Can happily ever afters, happen when you least expect them? That is a yes from this gal since Hope Ramsay has for sure outdone herself with this wonderful trope romance... ?I'm not a big fan of trope romances, but this one I just found rather endearing to read and truly d...

    1. Hero is a misogynistic shit with double standards along with being a manchild with the maturity of the 2 month old. All his ?alphaness? cannot be camouflaged as maturity to save his character. I can?t see how a strong heroine like this one would be able to go through a whole b...

    I was lucky enough to get an ARC of this next book in Hope Ramsay's new series Chapel of Love. Courtney and Matt are adversaries in the start of this book. Courtney is in the wedding business, she works for Edge Hill Manor in her capacity of Wedding and Events planner. Who oddly en...

    Courtney is all about putting guys in categories where she thinks they belong. Matt is young and feels like a disappointment to his dad. The story of these two getting together was great. They both have deal with their insecurities and trust issues from their past. I enjoyed this book ...

    Here comes the... player and the man-hater! Sparks fly and a battle wages as the two least likely to walk down the aisle get their story. The Bride Next Door is the fifth book in the Chapel of Love series. The stories wouldn't be impossible to read out of order, but this series real...

    MY RATING: 3.5 STARS OUT OF 5 I was provided an ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.  I fell in love with my first Hope Ramsay book 'Here Comes the Bride' and when I heard the next one in the Chapel of Love Series was coming out, I knew I had to request to r...

    I have read most of Hope Ramsay?s books, and this one, compared to most of the others, came across as rather mediocre. My biggest problem was that the book was very predictable and about one quarter too long. At about the three-quarter mark, I knew what was going to happen, and then ...

    eyeroll https://www.goodreads.com/review/show... ...

    Life sometimes throws us curve balls. It?s up to us to decide what we are going to do with those opportunities and challenges. This story has its main characters, Courtney and Matt, but the ?supporting characters? have some great stories going on too. I felt several different emo...

    Courtney is in her ?zone? as a wedding planner: she?s got her life, her list about ?men? and with both of her friends now pregnant, she?s also got a ton of work to do. She?s well and truly out of the dating game (or so she tells herself) because in an instant she can put ...

    Received in exchange for a honest review. This was sweet. I loved how Matt wasn?t what Courtney thought. He kept surprising her and she began to see who he really was. Matt wasn?t stuck up or competitive and he certainly wasn?t a player. He was a young man who was trying to...

    I admit, this cover drew me in from the start. That plus a heroine who is single amid a sea of married friends and I?m in. I can relate to that woman (having been one of the last of my friends to marry). I can also relate to the walls that build up when love seems to find everyone bu...

    I received an arc from NG for review. I am a new fan of this author and I have read two books prior to this one. Of all of them this was my least favorite. However it is well written and my dislike had more to do with the age gap between the two main characters than anything else. ...

    Review written by Marie for Ever After Book Reviews! I have to be honest, this one was a little hard for me to chew for a while. But, as the story went on, I warmed a little bit to the characters and their storyline. I think it?d be difficult for me to write a true ?review? of...

  • Marjorie
    Mar 27, 2018

    The Bride Next Door by Hope Ramsay is the fourth full length novel in the romantic Chapel of Love series. There is also two novellas that fit into this same series but like the full length titles all of these move onto new main characters as couples so they all could be read as a stand...

    ?Can happily ever afters, happen when you least expect them? That is a yes from this gal since Hope Ramsay has for sure outdone herself with this wonderful trope romance... ?I'm not a big fan of trope romances, but this one I just found rather endearing to read and truly d...

    1. Hero is a misogynistic shit with double standards along with being a manchild with the maturity of the 2 month old. All his ?alphaness? cannot be camouflaged as maturity to save his character. I can?t see how a strong heroine like this one would be able to go through a whole b...

    I was lucky enough to get an ARC of this next book in Hope Ramsay's new series Chapel of Love. Courtney and Matt are adversaries in the start of this book. Courtney is in the wedding business, she works for Edge Hill Manor in her capacity of Wedding and Events planner. Who oddly en...

    Courtney is all about putting guys in categories where she thinks they belong. Matt is young and feels like a disappointment to his dad. The story of these two getting together was great. They both have deal with their insecurities and trust issues from their past. I enjoyed this book ...

    Here comes the... player and the man-hater! Sparks fly and a battle wages as the two least likely to walk down the aisle get their story. The Bride Next Door is the fifth book in the Chapel of Love series. The stories wouldn't be impossible to read out of order, but this series real...

    MY RATING: 3.5 STARS OUT OF 5 I was provided an ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.  I fell in love with my first Hope Ramsay book 'Here Comes the Bride' and when I heard the next one in the Chapel of Love Series was coming out, I knew I had to request to r...

    I have read most of Hope Ramsay?s books, and this one, compared to most of the others, came across as rather mediocre. My biggest problem was that the book was very predictable and about one quarter too long. At about the three-quarter mark, I knew what was going to happen, and then ...

    eyeroll https://www.goodreads.com/review/show... ...

    Life sometimes throws us curve balls. It?s up to us to decide what we are going to do with those opportunities and challenges. This story has its main characters, Courtney and Matt, but the ?supporting characters? have some great stories going on too. I felt several different emo...

    Courtney is in her ?zone? as a wedding planner: she?s got her life, her list about ?men? and with both of her friends now pregnant, she?s also got a ton of work to do. She?s well and truly out of the dating game (or so she tells herself) because in an instant she can put ...

    Received in exchange for a honest review. This was sweet. I loved how Matt wasn?t what Courtney thought. He kept surprising her and she began to see who he really was. Matt wasn?t stuck up or competitive and he certainly wasn?t a player. He was a young man who was trying to...

    I admit, this cover drew me in from the start. That plus a heroine who is single amid a sea of married friends and I?m in. I can relate to that woman (having been one of the last of my friends to marry). I can also relate to the walls that build up when love seems to find everyone bu...

    I received an arc from NG for review. I am a new fan of this author and I have read two books prior to this one. Of all of them this was my least favorite. However it is well written and my dislike had more to do with the age gap between the two main characters than anything else. ...

    Review written by Marie for Ever After Book Reviews! I have to be honest, this one was a little hard for me to chew for a while. But, as the story went on, I warmed a little bit to the characters and their storyline. I think it?d be difficult for me to write a true ?review? of...

    Shenandoah Falls, Virginia, is far enough away from the DC area to have a small town feel, yet close enough to attract greedy developers who want to make hefty changes to it. The apartment complex in Dogwood Estates is feared to be demolished and the residents driven out. Matthew Lyndo...

  • Sophia
    Apr 01, 2018

    The Bride Next Door by Hope Ramsay is the fourth full length novel in the romantic Chapel of Love series. There is also two novellas that fit into this same series but like the full length titles all of these move onto new main characters as couples so they all could be read as a stand...

    ?Can happily ever afters, happen when you least expect them? That is a yes from this gal since Hope Ramsay has for sure outdone herself with this wonderful trope romance... ?I'm not a big fan of trope romances, but this one I just found rather endearing to read and truly d...

    1. Hero is a misogynistic shit with double standards along with being a manchild with the maturity of the 2 month old. All his ?alphaness? cannot be camouflaged as maturity to save his character. I can?t see how a strong heroine like this one would be able to go through a whole b...

    I was lucky enough to get an ARC of this next book in Hope Ramsay's new series Chapel of Love. Courtney and Matt are adversaries in the start of this book. Courtney is in the wedding business, she works for Edge Hill Manor in her capacity of Wedding and Events planner. Who oddly en...

    Courtney is all about putting guys in categories where she thinks they belong. Matt is young and feels like a disappointment to his dad. The story of these two getting together was great. They both have deal with their insecurities and trust issues from their past. I enjoyed this book ...

    Here comes the... player and the man-hater! Sparks fly and a battle wages as the two least likely to walk down the aisle get their story. The Bride Next Door is the fifth book in the Chapel of Love series. The stories wouldn't be impossible to read out of order, but this series real...

  • Terri
    May 08, 2018

    The Bride Next Door by Hope Ramsay is the fourth full length novel in the romantic Chapel of Love series. There is also two novellas that fit into this same series but like the full length titles all of these move onto new main characters as couples so they all could be read as a stand...

    ?Can happily ever afters, happen when you least expect them? That is a yes from this gal since Hope Ramsay has for sure outdone herself with this wonderful trope romance... ?I'm not a big fan of trope romances, but this one I just found rather endearing to read and truly d...

    1. Hero is a misogynistic shit with double standards along with being a manchild with the maturity of the 2 month old. All his ?alphaness? cannot be camouflaged as maturity to save his character. I can?t see how a strong heroine like this one would be able to go through a whole b...

    I was lucky enough to get an ARC of this next book in Hope Ramsay's new series Chapel of Love. Courtney and Matt are adversaries in the start of this book. Courtney is in the wedding business, she works for Edge Hill Manor in her capacity of Wedding and Events planner. Who oddly en...

    Courtney is all about putting guys in categories where she thinks they belong. Matt is young and feels like a disappointment to his dad. The story of these two getting together was great. They both have deal with their insecurities and trust issues from their past. I enjoyed this book ...

    Here comes the... player and the man-hater! Sparks fly and a battle wages as the two least likely to walk down the aisle get their story. The Bride Next Door is the fifth book in the Chapel of Love series. The stories wouldn't be impossible to read out of order, but this series real...

    MY RATING: 3.5 STARS OUT OF 5 I was provided an ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.  I fell in love with my first Hope Ramsay book 'Here Comes the Bride' and when I heard the next one in the Chapel of Love Series was coming out, I knew I had to request to r...

    I have read most of Hope Ramsay?s books, and this one, compared to most of the others, came across as rather mediocre. My biggest problem was that the book was very predictable and about one quarter too long. At about the three-quarter mark, I knew what was going to happen, and then ...

    eyeroll https://www.goodreads.com/review/show... ...

    Life sometimes throws us curve balls. It?s up to us to decide what we are going to do with those opportunities and challenges. This story has its main characters, Courtney and Matt, but the ?supporting characters? have some great stories going on too. I felt several different emo...

    Courtney is in her ?zone? as a wedding planner: she?s got her life, her list about ?men? and with both of her friends now pregnant, she?s also got a ton of work to do. She?s well and truly out of the dating game (or so she tells herself) because in an instant she can put ...

    Received in exchange for a honest review. This was sweet. I loved how Matt wasn?t what Courtney thought. He kept surprising her and she began to see who he really was. Matt wasn?t stuck up or competitive and he certainly wasn?t a player. He was a young man who was trying to...

    I admit, this cover drew me in from the start. That plus a heroine who is single amid a sea of married friends and I?m in. I can relate to that woman (having been one of the last of my friends to marry). I can also relate to the walls that build up when love seems to find everyone bu...

    I received an arc from NG for review. I am a new fan of this author and I have read two books prior to this one. Of all of them this was my least favorite. However it is well written and my dislike had more to do with the age gap between the two main characters than anything else. ...

    Review written by Marie for Ever After Book Reviews! I have to be honest, this one was a little hard for me to chew for a while. But, as the story went on, I warmed a little bit to the characters and their storyline. I think it?d be difficult for me to write a true ?review? of...

    Shenandoah Falls, Virginia, is far enough away from the DC area to have a small town feel, yet close enough to attract greedy developers who want to make hefty changes to it. The apartment complex in Dogwood Estates is feared to be demolished and the residents driven out. Matthew Lyndo...

    I received a copy of this book in a Goodreads giveaway, and it has not affected my review. This was a very cute and enjoyable contemporary romance. I admit, I was a little skeptical at the beginning, as the setup situation with the bet was not only contrived but incredibly offensive...

    Courtney is a wedding planner in her quaint home town. While she?s busy planning each bride's perfect day, she?s also watching most of her single friends enjoying their own happily ever afters and now starting families. She?s torn between wanting her own ever after or resigning h...

    This is the fourth novel in Ramsay?s Chapel of Love series. It is rich in small-town appeal, family dynamics, and the ties of friendship. How much readers like the book will depend largely upon how much they like the protagonists. Courtney and Matt are not immediately sympathetic ch...

    I received this book as an ARC. I have been following Hope Ramsey for quite some time now. This new series, Chapel of Love, that takes place in Shenandoah Falls, WV is quite setup as a small town but near enough to the D.C. area to bring in varied levels of income and status on the eco...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. I have enjoyed all of the books by this author that I have read. I have read all the books so far in the Chapel of Love series. I liked this one, but not quite as much as the others. It is a good story, but I think too ma...

    I wasn't a fan of this one. The two main characters, Courtney and Matt, both have issues that needed to be dealt with. Courtney automatically puts every guy she meets into a category, regardless of the fact that she knows nothing about them personally. She was harassing a guy that left...

    ADORABLE!!!! Well not in the beginning, in the beginning it was pretty obvious, Courtney was classifying each and every man, putting them in categories, and giving up on love all together, when i read this book all I thought was (this woman is HELLA insecure, and that?s annoying). T...

    Very enjoyable read. Courtney feels she's the last of her friend that's still single and not pregnant, oh, and her biological clock is ticking. But even with all that she's still relationship shy because of some image hangups and high school drama. Matt has moved back home after loosin...

    Matt tries to do the honorable thing at times, ?get this straight. I?m happy to tell you bedtime stories. In fact, I need to tell you this particular story. But no ***. Not tonight. You?ve had too much to drink.? Matt is realizing that it's the little things that make his g...

    I really enjoyed this book. The main female character, Courtney, is rather jaded as far as men go. She has distinct categories that she likes to put them in and none of them are flattering. Matthew is a guy that she knows and that she has pegged. When she hears him take a bet that he c...

  • Peggy Clayton
    Apr 24, 2018

    The Bride Next Door by Hope Ramsay is the fourth full length novel in the romantic Chapel of Love series. There is also two novellas that fit into this same series but like the full length titles all of these move onto new main characters as couples so they all could be read as a stand...

    ?Can happily ever afters, happen when you least expect them? That is a yes from this gal since Hope Ramsay has for sure outdone herself with this wonderful trope romance... ?I'm not a big fan of trope romances, but this one I just found rather endearing to read and truly d...

    1. Hero is a misogynistic shit with double standards along with being a manchild with the maturity of the 2 month old. All his ?alphaness? cannot be camouflaged as maturity to save his character. I can?t see how a strong heroine like this one would be able to go through a whole b...

    I was lucky enough to get an ARC of this next book in Hope Ramsay's new series Chapel of Love. Courtney and Matt are adversaries in the start of this book. Courtney is in the wedding business, she works for Edge Hill Manor in her capacity of Wedding and Events planner. Who oddly en...

    Courtney is all about putting guys in categories where she thinks they belong. Matt is young and feels like a disappointment to his dad. The story of these two getting together was great. They both have deal with their insecurities and trust issues from their past. I enjoyed this book ...

    Here comes the... player and the man-hater! Sparks fly and a battle wages as the two least likely to walk down the aisle get their story. The Bride Next Door is the fifth book in the Chapel of Love series. The stories wouldn't be impossible to read out of order, but this series real...

    MY RATING: 3.5 STARS OUT OF 5 I was provided an ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.  I fell in love with my first Hope Ramsay book 'Here Comes the Bride' and when I heard the next one in the Chapel of Love Series was coming out, I knew I had to request to r...

    I have read most of Hope Ramsay?s books, and this one, compared to most of the others, came across as rather mediocre. My biggest problem was that the book was very predictable and about one quarter too long. At about the three-quarter mark, I knew what was going to happen, and then ...

    eyeroll https://www.goodreads.com/review/show... ...

    Life sometimes throws us curve balls. It?s up to us to decide what we are going to do with those opportunities and challenges. This story has its main characters, Courtney and Matt, but the ?supporting characters? have some great stories going on too. I felt several different emo...

    Courtney is in her ?zone? as a wedding planner: she?s got her life, her list about ?men? and with both of her friends now pregnant, she?s also got a ton of work to do. She?s well and truly out of the dating game (or so she tells herself) because in an instant she can put ...

    Received in exchange for a honest review. This was sweet. I loved how Matt wasn?t what Courtney thought. He kept surprising her and she began to see who he really was. Matt wasn?t stuck up or competitive and he certainly wasn?t a player. He was a young man who was trying to...

    I admit, this cover drew me in from the start. That plus a heroine who is single amid a sea of married friends and I?m in. I can relate to that woman (having been one of the last of my friends to marry). I can also relate to the walls that build up when love seems to find everyone bu...

    I received an arc from NG for review. I am a new fan of this author and I have read two books prior to this one. Of all of them this was my least favorite. However it is well written and my dislike had more to do with the age gap between the two main characters than anything else. ...

    Review written by Marie for Ever After Book Reviews! I have to be honest, this one was a little hard for me to chew for a while. But, as the story went on, I warmed a little bit to the characters and their storyline. I think it?d be difficult for me to write a true ?review? of...

    Shenandoah Falls, Virginia, is far enough away from the DC area to have a small town feel, yet close enough to attract greedy developers who want to make hefty changes to it. The apartment complex in Dogwood Estates is feared to be demolished and the residents driven out. Matthew Lyndo...

    I received a copy of this book in a Goodreads giveaway, and it has not affected my review. This was a very cute and enjoyable contemporary romance. I admit, I was a little skeptical at the beginning, as the setup situation with the bet was not only contrived but incredibly offensive...

    Courtney is a wedding planner in her quaint home town. While she?s busy planning each bride's perfect day, she?s also watching most of her single friends enjoying their own happily ever afters and now starting families. She?s torn between wanting her own ever after or resigning h...

    This is the fourth novel in Ramsay?s Chapel of Love series. It is rich in small-town appeal, family dynamics, and the ties of friendship. How much readers like the book will depend largely upon how much they like the protagonists. Courtney and Matt are not immediately sympathetic ch...

    I received this book as an ARC. I have been following Hope Ramsey for quite some time now. This new series, Chapel of Love, that takes place in Shenandoah Falls, WV is quite setup as a small town but near enough to the D.C. area to bring in varied levels of income and status on the eco...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. I have enjoyed all of the books by this author that I have read. I have read all the books so far in the Chapel of Love series. I liked this one, but not quite as much as the others. It is a good story, but I think too ma...

    I wasn't a fan of this one. The two main characters, Courtney and Matt, both have issues that needed to be dealt with. Courtney automatically puts every guy she meets into a category, regardless of the fact that she knows nothing about them personally. She was harassing a guy that left...

    ADORABLE!!!! Well not in the beginning, in the beginning it was pretty obvious, Courtney was classifying each and every man, putting them in categories, and giving up on love all together, when i read this book all I thought was (this woman is HELLA insecure, and that?s annoying). T...

    Very enjoyable read. Courtney feels she's the last of her friend that's still single and not pregnant, oh, and her biological clock is ticking. But even with all that she's still relationship shy because of some image hangups and high school drama. Matt has moved back home after loosin...

    Matt tries to do the honorable thing at times, ?get this straight. I?m happy to tell you bedtime stories. In fact, I need to tell you this particular story. But no ***. Not tonight. You?ve had too much to drink.? Matt is realizing that it's the little things that make his g...

    I really enjoyed this book. The main female character, Courtney, is rather jaded as far as men go. She has distinct categories that she likes to put them in and none of them are flattering. Matthew is a guy that she knows and that she has pegged. When she hears him take a bet that he c...

    Spring makes me think of weddings. That makes it the perfect time for the next installment in Hope Ramsays Chapel of Love series. We?ve watch Courtney judge everyone around her for the past few books. Now, she?s met her match in Matthew Lyndon. Courtney and Matt are fun from page...

    I was so happy to finally be able to read Courtney & Matthew's story. The book, as always, was very well written. I really enjoy that the characters from the prior books in the series are always showing back up in the new stories. This was a very quick read and I thoroughly enjoyed...

    Probably one of the worst books I've read. No plot. No character development. I found it extremely difficult to like the characters at all. The writing was mediocre at best. There was description when it wasn't needed or wanted and anything that could have been made interesting was tol...

    Hope writes really good romances and this one is at the top. I started reading this one and then found I was not wanting to stop . She puts her own heart into the book and you can really feel it as you read. Hope hit a grand slam with this book. ...

  • Susan Gwisdala
    Apr 16, 2018

    The Bride Next Door by Hope Ramsay is the fourth full length novel in the romantic Chapel of Love series. There is also two novellas that fit into this same series but like the full length titles all of these move onto new main characters as couples so they all could be read as a stand...

    ?Can happily ever afters, happen when you least expect them? That is a yes from this gal since Hope Ramsay has for sure outdone herself with this wonderful trope romance... ?I'm not a big fan of trope romances, but this one I just found rather endearing to read and truly d...

    1. Hero is a misogynistic shit with double standards along with being a manchild with the maturity of the 2 month old. All his ?alphaness? cannot be camouflaged as maturity to save his character. I can?t see how a strong heroine like this one would be able to go through a whole b...

    I was lucky enough to get an ARC of this next book in Hope Ramsay's new series Chapel of Love. Courtney and Matt are adversaries in the start of this book. Courtney is in the wedding business, she works for Edge Hill Manor in her capacity of Wedding and Events planner. Who oddly en...

    Courtney is all about putting guys in categories where she thinks they belong. Matt is young and feels like a disappointment to his dad. The story of these two getting together was great. They both have deal with their insecurities and trust issues from their past. I enjoyed this book ...

    Here comes the... player and the man-hater! Sparks fly and a battle wages as the two least likely to walk down the aisle get their story. The Bride Next Door is the fifth book in the Chapel of Love series. The stories wouldn't be impossible to read out of order, but this series real...

    MY RATING: 3.5 STARS OUT OF 5 I was provided an ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.  I fell in love with my first Hope Ramsay book 'Here Comes the Bride' and when I heard the next one in the Chapel of Love Series was coming out, I knew I had to request to r...

    I have read most of Hope Ramsay?s books, and this one, compared to most of the others, came across as rather mediocre. My biggest problem was that the book was very predictable and about one quarter too long. At about the three-quarter mark, I knew what was going to happen, and then ...

    eyeroll https://www.goodreads.com/review/show... ...

    Life sometimes throws us curve balls. It?s up to us to decide what we are going to do with those opportunities and challenges. This story has its main characters, Courtney and Matt, but the ?supporting characters? have some great stories going on too. I felt several different emo...

    Courtney is in her ?zone? as a wedding planner: she?s got her life, her list about ?men? and with both of her friends now pregnant, she?s also got a ton of work to do. She?s well and truly out of the dating game (or so she tells herself) because in an instant she can put ...

    Received in exchange for a honest review. This was sweet. I loved how Matt wasn?t what Courtney thought. He kept surprising her and she began to see who he really was. Matt wasn?t stuck up or competitive and he certainly wasn?t a player. He was a young man who was trying to...

    I admit, this cover drew me in from the start. That plus a heroine who is single amid a sea of married friends and I?m in. I can relate to that woman (having been one of the last of my friends to marry). I can also relate to the walls that build up when love seems to find everyone bu...

    I received an arc from NG for review. I am a new fan of this author and I have read two books prior to this one. Of all of them this was my least favorite. However it is well written and my dislike had more to do with the age gap between the two main characters than anything else. ...

    Review written by Marie for Ever After Book Reviews! I have to be honest, this one was a little hard for me to chew for a while. But, as the story went on, I warmed a little bit to the characters and their storyline. I think it?d be difficult for me to write a true ?review? of...

    Shenandoah Falls, Virginia, is far enough away from the DC area to have a small town feel, yet close enough to attract greedy developers who want to make hefty changes to it. The apartment complex in Dogwood Estates is feared to be demolished and the residents driven out. Matthew Lyndo...

    I received a copy of this book in a Goodreads giveaway, and it has not affected my review. This was a very cute and enjoyable contemporary romance. I admit, I was a little skeptical at the beginning, as the setup situation with the bet was not only contrived but incredibly offensive...

    Courtney is a wedding planner in her quaint home town. While she?s busy planning each bride's perfect day, she?s also watching most of her single friends enjoying their own happily ever afters and now starting families. She?s torn between wanting her own ever after or resigning h...

    This is the fourth novel in Ramsay?s Chapel of Love series. It is rich in small-town appeal, family dynamics, and the ties of friendship. How much readers like the book will depend largely upon how much they like the protagonists. Courtney and Matt are not immediately sympathetic ch...

    I received this book as an ARC. I have been following Hope Ramsey for quite some time now. This new series, Chapel of Love, that takes place in Shenandoah Falls, WV is quite setup as a small town but near enough to the D.C. area to bring in varied levels of income and status on the eco...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. I have enjoyed all of the books by this author that I have read. I have read all the books so far in the Chapel of Love series. I liked this one, but not quite as much as the others. It is a good story, but I think too ma...

    I wasn't a fan of this one. The two main characters, Courtney and Matt, both have issues that needed to be dealt with. Courtney automatically puts every guy she meets into a category, regardless of the fact that she knows nothing about them personally. She was harassing a guy that left...

    ADORABLE!!!! Well not in the beginning, in the beginning it was pretty obvious, Courtney was classifying each and every man, putting them in categories, and giving up on love all together, when i read this book all I thought was (this woman is HELLA insecure, and that?s annoying). T...

    Very enjoyable read. Courtney feels she's the last of her friend that's still single and not pregnant, oh, and her biological clock is ticking. But even with all that she's still relationship shy because of some image hangups and high school drama. Matt has moved back home after loosin...

    Matt tries to do the honorable thing at times, ?get this straight. I?m happy to tell you bedtime stories. In fact, I need to tell you this particular story. But no ***. Not tonight. You?ve had too much to drink.? Matt is realizing that it's the little things that make his g...

    I really enjoyed this book. The main female character, Courtney, is rather jaded as far as men go. She has distinct categories that she likes to put them in and none of them are flattering. Matthew is a guy that she knows and that she has pegged. When she hears him take a bet that he c...

    Spring makes me think of weddings. That makes it the perfect time for the next installment in Hope Ramsays Chapel of Love series. We?ve watch Courtney judge everyone around her for the past few books. Now, she?s met her match in Matthew Lyndon. Courtney and Matt are fun from page...

    I was so happy to finally be able to read Courtney & Matthew's story. The book, as always, was very well written. I really enjoy that the characters from the prior books in the series are always showing back up in the new stories. This was a very quick read and I thoroughly enjoyed...

  • Kathleen
    Mar 20, 2018

    The Bride Next Door by Hope Ramsay is the fourth full length novel in the romantic Chapel of Love series. There is also two novellas that fit into this same series but like the full length titles all of these move onto new main characters as couples so they all could be read as a stand...

    ?Can happily ever afters, happen when you least expect them? That is a yes from this gal since Hope Ramsay has for sure outdone herself with this wonderful trope romance... ?I'm not a big fan of trope romances, but this one I just found rather endearing to read and truly d...

    1. Hero is a misogynistic shit with double standards along with being a manchild with the maturity of the 2 month old. All his ?alphaness? cannot be camouflaged as maturity to save his character. I can?t see how a strong heroine like this one would be able to go through a whole b...

    I was lucky enough to get an ARC of this next book in Hope Ramsay's new series Chapel of Love. Courtney and Matt are adversaries in the start of this book. Courtney is in the wedding business, she works for Edge Hill Manor in her capacity of Wedding and Events planner. Who oddly en...

  • Jamie Beck
    Apr 29, 2018

    The Bride Next Door by Hope Ramsay is the fourth full length novel in the romantic Chapel of Love series. There is also two novellas that fit into this same series but like the full length titles all of these move onto new main characters as couples so they all could be read as a stand...

    ?Can happily ever afters, happen when you least expect them? That is a yes from this gal since Hope Ramsay has for sure outdone herself with this wonderful trope romance... ?I'm not a big fan of trope romances, but this one I just found rather endearing to read and truly d...

    1. Hero is a misogynistic shit with double standards along with being a manchild with the maturity of the 2 month old. All his ?alphaness? cannot be camouflaged as maturity to save his character. I can?t see how a strong heroine like this one would be able to go through a whole b...

    I was lucky enough to get an ARC of this next book in Hope Ramsay's new series Chapel of Love. Courtney and Matt are adversaries in the start of this book. Courtney is in the wedding business, she works for Edge Hill Manor in her capacity of Wedding and Events planner. Who oddly en...

    Courtney is all about putting guys in categories where she thinks they belong. Matt is young and feels like a disappointment to his dad. The story of these two getting together was great. They both have deal with their insecurities and trust issues from their past. I enjoyed this book ...

    Here comes the... player and the man-hater! Sparks fly and a battle wages as the two least likely to walk down the aisle get their story. The Bride Next Door is the fifth book in the Chapel of Love series. The stories wouldn't be impossible to read out of order, but this series real...

    MY RATING: 3.5 STARS OUT OF 5 I was provided an ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.  I fell in love with my first Hope Ramsay book 'Here Comes the Bride' and when I heard the next one in the Chapel of Love Series was coming out, I knew I had to request to r...

    I have read most of Hope Ramsay?s books, and this one, compared to most of the others, came across as rather mediocre. My biggest problem was that the book was very predictable and about one quarter too long. At about the three-quarter mark, I knew what was going to happen, and then ...

    eyeroll https://www.goodreads.com/review/show... ...

    Life sometimes throws us curve balls. It?s up to us to decide what we are going to do with those opportunities and challenges. This story has its main characters, Courtney and Matt, but the ?supporting characters? have some great stories going on too. I felt several different emo...

    Courtney is in her ?zone? as a wedding planner: she?s got her life, her list about ?men? and with both of her friends now pregnant, she?s also got a ton of work to do. She?s well and truly out of the dating game (or so she tells herself) because in an instant she can put ...

    Received in exchange for a honest review. This was sweet. I loved how Matt wasn?t what Courtney thought. He kept surprising her and she began to see who he really was. Matt wasn?t stuck up or competitive and he certainly wasn?t a player. He was a young man who was trying to...

    I admit, this cover drew me in from the start. That plus a heroine who is single amid a sea of married friends and I?m in. I can relate to that woman (having been one of the last of my friends to marry). I can also relate to the walls that build up when love seems to find everyone bu...

  • Heather andrews
    Mar 21, 2018

    The Bride Next Door by Hope Ramsay is the fourth full length novel in the romantic Chapel of Love series. There is also two novellas that fit into this same series but like the full length titles all of these move onto new main characters as couples so they all could be read as a stand...

    ?Can happily ever afters, happen when you least expect them? That is a yes from this gal since Hope Ramsay has for sure outdone herself with this wonderful trope romance... ?I'm not a big fan of trope romances, but this one I just found rather endearing to read and truly d...

    1. Hero is a misogynistic shit with double standards along with being a manchild with the maturity of the 2 month old. All his ?alphaness? cannot be camouflaged as maturity to save his character. I can?t see how a strong heroine like this one would be able to go through a whole b...

    I was lucky enough to get an ARC of this next book in Hope Ramsay's new series Chapel of Love. Courtney and Matt are adversaries in the start of this book. Courtney is in the wedding business, she works for Edge Hill Manor in her capacity of Wedding and Events planner. Who oddly en...

    Courtney is all about putting guys in categories where she thinks they belong. Matt is young and feels like a disappointment to his dad. The story of these two getting together was great. They both have deal with their insecurities and trust issues from their past. I enjoyed this book ...

    Here comes the... player and the man-hater! Sparks fly and a battle wages as the two least likely to walk down the aisle get their story. The Bride Next Door is the fifth book in the Chapel of Love series. The stories wouldn't be impossible to read out of order, but this series real...

    MY RATING: 3.5 STARS OUT OF 5 I was provided an ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.  I fell in love with my first Hope Ramsay book 'Here Comes the Bride' and when I heard the next one in the Chapel of Love Series was coming out, I knew I had to request to r...

    I have read most of Hope Ramsay?s books, and this one, compared to most of the others, came across as rather mediocre. My biggest problem was that the book was very predictable and about one quarter too long. At about the three-quarter mark, I knew what was going to happen, and then ...

    eyeroll https://www.goodreads.com/review/show... ...

    Life sometimes throws us curve balls. It?s up to us to decide what we are going to do with those opportunities and challenges. This story has its main characters, Courtney and Matt, but the ?supporting characters? have some great stories going on too. I felt several different emo...

    Courtney is in her ?zone? as a wedding planner: she?s got her life, her list about ?men? and with both of her friends now pregnant, she?s also got a ton of work to do. She?s well and truly out of the dating game (or so she tells herself) because in an instant she can put ...

    Received in exchange for a honest review. This was sweet. I loved how Matt wasn?t what Courtney thought. He kept surprising her and she began to see who he really was. Matt wasn?t stuck up or competitive and he certainly wasn?t a player. He was a young man who was trying to...

    I admit, this cover drew me in from the start. That plus a heroine who is single amid a sea of married friends and I?m in. I can relate to that woman (having been one of the last of my friends to marry). I can also relate to the walls that build up when love seems to find everyone bu...

    I received an arc from NG for review. I am a new fan of this author and I have read two books prior to this one. Of all of them this was my least favorite. However it is well written and my dislike had more to do with the age gap between the two main characters than anything else. ...

    Review written by Marie for Ever After Book Reviews! I have to be honest, this one was a little hard for me to chew for a while. But, as the story went on, I warmed a little bit to the characters and their storyline. I think it?d be difficult for me to write a true ?review? of...

    Shenandoah Falls, Virginia, is far enough away from the DC area to have a small town feel, yet close enough to attract greedy developers who want to make hefty changes to it. The apartment complex in Dogwood Estates is feared to be demolished and the residents driven out. Matthew Lyndo...

    I received a copy of this book in a Goodreads giveaway, and it has not affected my review. This was a very cute and enjoyable contemporary romance. I admit, I was a little skeptical at the beginning, as the setup situation with the bet was not only contrived but incredibly offensive...

    Courtney is a wedding planner in her quaint home town. While she?s busy planning each bride's perfect day, she?s also watching most of her single friends enjoying their own happily ever afters and now starting families. She?s torn between wanting her own ever after or resigning h...

    This is the fourth novel in Ramsay?s Chapel of Love series. It is rich in small-town appeal, family dynamics, and the ties of friendship. How much readers like the book will depend largely upon how much they like the protagonists. Courtney and Matt are not immediately sympathetic ch...

    I received this book as an ARC. I have been following Hope Ramsey for quite some time now. This new series, Chapel of Love, that takes place in Shenandoah Falls, WV is quite setup as a small town but near enough to the D.C. area to bring in varied levels of income and status on the eco...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. I have enjoyed all of the books by this author that I have read. I have read all the books so far in the Chapel of Love series. I liked this one, but not quite as much as the others. It is a good story, but I think too ma...

    I wasn't a fan of this one. The two main characters, Courtney and Matt, both have issues that needed to be dealt with. Courtney automatically puts every guy she meets into a category, regardless of the fact that she knows nothing about them personally. She was harassing a guy that left...

    ADORABLE!!!! Well not in the beginning, in the beginning it was pretty obvious, Courtney was classifying each and every man, putting them in categories, and giving up on love all together, when i read this book all I thought was (this woman is HELLA insecure, and that?s annoying). T...

    Very enjoyable read. Courtney feels she's the last of her friend that's still single and not pregnant, oh, and her biological clock is ticking. But even with all that she's still relationship shy because of some image hangups and high school drama. Matt has moved back home after loosin...

    Matt tries to do the honorable thing at times, ?get this straight. I?m happy to tell you bedtime stories. In fact, I need to tell you this particular story. But no ***. Not tonight. You?ve had too much to drink.? Matt is realizing that it's the little things that make his g...

  • Kathy
    Apr 26, 2018

    The Bride Next Door by Hope Ramsay is the fourth full length novel in the romantic Chapel of Love series. There is also two novellas that fit into this same series but like the full length titles all of these move onto new main characters as couples so they all could be read as a stand...

    ?Can happily ever afters, happen when you least expect them? That is a yes from this gal since Hope Ramsay has for sure outdone herself with this wonderful trope romance... ?I'm not a big fan of trope romances, but this one I just found rather endearing to read and truly d...

    1. Hero is a misogynistic shit with double standards along with being a manchild with the maturity of the 2 month old. All his ?alphaness? cannot be camouflaged as maturity to save his character. I can?t see how a strong heroine like this one would be able to go through a whole b...

    I was lucky enough to get an ARC of this next book in Hope Ramsay's new series Chapel of Love. Courtney and Matt are adversaries in the start of this book. Courtney is in the wedding business, she works for Edge Hill Manor in her capacity of Wedding and Events planner. Who oddly en...

    Courtney is all about putting guys in categories where she thinks they belong. Matt is young and feels like a disappointment to his dad. The story of these two getting together was great. They both have deal with their insecurities and trust issues from their past. I enjoyed this book ...

    Here comes the... player and the man-hater! Sparks fly and a battle wages as the two least likely to walk down the aisle get their story. The Bride Next Door is the fifth book in the Chapel of Love series. The stories wouldn't be impossible to read out of order, but this series real...

    MY RATING: 3.5 STARS OUT OF 5 I was provided an ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.  I fell in love with my first Hope Ramsay book 'Here Comes the Bride' and when I heard the next one in the Chapel of Love Series was coming out, I knew I had to request to r...

    I have read most of Hope Ramsay?s books, and this one, compared to most of the others, came across as rather mediocre. My biggest problem was that the book was very predictable and about one quarter too long. At about the three-quarter mark, I knew what was going to happen, and then ...

  • books are love
    Apr 10, 2018

    The Bride Next Door by Hope Ramsay is the fourth full length novel in the romantic Chapel of Love series. There is also two novellas that fit into this same series but like the full length titles all of these move onto new main characters as couples so they all could be read as a stand...

    ?Can happily ever afters, happen when you least expect them? That is a yes from this gal since Hope Ramsay has for sure outdone herself with this wonderful trope romance... ?I'm not a big fan of trope romances, but this one I just found rather endearing to read and truly d...

    1. Hero is a misogynistic shit with double standards along with being a manchild with the maturity of the 2 month old. All his ?alphaness? cannot be camouflaged as maturity to save his character. I can?t see how a strong heroine like this one would be able to go through a whole b...

    I was lucky enough to get an ARC of this next book in Hope Ramsay's new series Chapel of Love. Courtney and Matt are adversaries in the start of this book. Courtney is in the wedding business, she works for Edge Hill Manor in her capacity of Wedding and Events planner. Who oddly en...

    Courtney is all about putting guys in categories where she thinks they belong. Matt is young and feels like a disappointment to his dad. The story of these two getting together was great. They both have deal with their insecurities and trust issues from their past. I enjoyed this book ...

    Here comes the... player and the man-hater! Sparks fly and a battle wages as the two least likely to walk down the aisle get their story. The Bride Next Door is the fifth book in the Chapel of Love series. The stories wouldn't be impossible to read out of order, but this series real...

    MY RATING: 3.5 STARS OUT OF 5 I was provided an ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.  I fell in love with my first Hope Ramsay book 'Here Comes the Bride' and when I heard the next one in the Chapel of Love Series was coming out, I knew I had to request to r...

    I have read most of Hope Ramsay?s books, and this one, compared to most of the others, came across as rather mediocre. My biggest problem was that the book was very predictable and about one quarter too long. At about the three-quarter mark, I knew what was going to happen, and then ...

    eyeroll https://www.goodreads.com/review/show... ...

    Life sometimes throws us curve balls. It?s up to us to decide what we are going to do with those opportunities and challenges. This story has its main characters, Courtney and Matt, but the ?supporting characters? have some great stories going on too. I felt several different emo...

    Courtney is in her ?zone? as a wedding planner: she?s got her life, her list about ?men? and with both of her friends now pregnant, she?s also got a ton of work to do. She?s well and truly out of the dating game (or so she tells herself) because in an instant she can put ...

    Received in exchange for a honest review. This was sweet. I loved how Matt wasn?t what Courtney thought. He kept surprising her and she began to see who he really was. Matt wasn?t stuck up or competitive and he certainly wasn?t a player. He was a young man who was trying to...

  • Toni
    Mar 25, 2018

    The Bride Next Door by Hope Ramsay is the fourth full length novel in the romantic Chapel of Love series. There is also two novellas that fit into this same series but like the full length titles all of these move onto new main characters as couples so they all could be read as a stand...

    ?Can happily ever afters, happen when you least expect them? That is a yes from this gal since Hope Ramsay has for sure outdone herself with this wonderful trope romance... ?I'm not a big fan of trope romances, but this one I just found rather endearing to read and truly d...

    1. Hero is a misogynistic shit with double standards along with being a manchild with the maturity of the 2 month old. All his ?alphaness? cannot be camouflaged as maturity to save his character. I can?t see how a strong heroine like this one would be able to go through a whole b...

    I was lucky enough to get an ARC of this next book in Hope Ramsay's new series Chapel of Love. Courtney and Matt are adversaries in the start of this book. Courtney is in the wedding business, she works for Edge Hill Manor in her capacity of Wedding and Events planner. Who oddly en...

    Courtney is all about putting guys in categories where she thinks they belong. Matt is young and feels like a disappointment to his dad. The story of these two getting together was great. They both have deal with their insecurities and trust issues from their past. I enjoyed this book ...

    Here comes the... player and the man-hater! Sparks fly and a battle wages as the two least likely to walk down the aisle get their story. The Bride Next Door is the fifth book in the Chapel of Love series. The stories wouldn't be impossible to read out of order, but this series real...

    MY RATING: 3.5 STARS OUT OF 5 I was provided an ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.  I fell in love with my first Hope Ramsay book 'Here Comes the Bride' and when I heard the next one in the Chapel of Love Series was coming out, I knew I had to request to r...

    I have read most of Hope Ramsay?s books, and this one, compared to most of the others, came across as rather mediocre. My biggest problem was that the book was very predictable and about one quarter too long. At about the three-quarter mark, I knew what was going to happen, and then ...

    eyeroll https://www.goodreads.com/review/show... ...

    Life sometimes throws us curve balls. It?s up to us to decide what we are going to do with those opportunities and challenges. This story has its main characters, Courtney and Matt, but the ?supporting characters? have some great stories going on too. I felt several different emo...

    Courtney is in her ?zone? as a wedding planner: she?s got her life, her list about ?men? and with both of her friends now pregnant, she?s also got a ton of work to do. She?s well and truly out of the dating game (or so she tells herself) because in an instant she can put ...

    Received in exchange for a honest review. This was sweet. I loved how Matt wasn?t what Courtney thought. He kept surprising her and she began to see who he really was. Matt wasn?t stuck up or competitive and he certainly wasn?t a player. He was a young man who was trying to...

    I admit, this cover drew me in from the start. That plus a heroine who is single amid a sea of married friends and I?m in. I can relate to that woman (having been one of the last of my friends to marry). I can also relate to the walls that build up when love seems to find everyone bu...

    I received an arc from NG for review. I am a new fan of this author and I have read two books prior to this one. Of all of them this was my least favorite. However it is well written and my dislike had more to do with the age gap between the two main characters than anything else. ...

    Review written by Marie for Ever After Book Reviews! I have to be honest, this one was a little hard for me to chew for a while. But, as the story went on, I warmed a little bit to the characters and their storyline. I think it?d be difficult for me to write a true ?review? of...

    Shenandoah Falls, Virginia, is far enough away from the DC area to have a small town feel, yet close enough to attract greedy developers who want to make hefty changes to it. The apartment complex in Dogwood Estates is feared to be demolished and the residents driven out. Matthew Lyndo...

    I received a copy of this book in a Goodreads giveaway, and it has not affected my review. This was a very cute and enjoyable contemporary romance. I admit, I was a little skeptical at the beginning, as the setup situation with the bet was not only contrived but incredibly offensive...

    Courtney is a wedding planner in her quaint home town. While she?s busy planning each bride's perfect day, she?s also watching most of her single friends enjoying their own happily ever afters and now starting families. She?s torn between wanting her own ever after or resigning h...

    This is the fourth novel in Ramsay?s Chapel of Love series. It is rich in small-town appeal, family dynamics, and the ties of friendship. How much readers like the book will depend largely upon how much they like the protagonists. Courtney and Matt are not immediately sympathetic ch...

    I received this book as an ARC. I have been following Hope Ramsey for quite some time now. This new series, Chapel of Love, that takes place in Shenandoah Falls, WV is quite setup as a small town but near enough to the D.C. area to bring in varied levels of income and status on the eco...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. I have enjoyed all of the books by this author that I have read. I have read all the books so far in the Chapel of Love series. I liked this one, but not quite as much as the others. It is a good story, but I think too ma...

    I wasn't a fan of this one. The two main characters, Courtney and Matt, both have issues that needed to be dealt with. Courtney automatically puts every guy she meets into a category, regardless of the fact that she knows nothing about them personally. She was harassing a guy that left...

    ADORABLE!!!! Well not in the beginning, in the beginning it was pretty obvious, Courtney was classifying each and every man, putting them in categories, and giving up on love all together, when i read this book all I thought was (this woman is HELLA insecure, and that?s annoying). T...

    Very enjoyable read. Courtney feels she's the last of her friend that's still single and not pregnant, oh, and her biological clock is ticking. But even with all that she's still relationship shy because of some image hangups and high school drama. Matt has moved back home after loosin...

    Matt tries to do the honorable thing at times, ?get this straight. I?m happy to tell you bedtime stories. In fact, I need to tell you this particular story. But no ***. Not tonight. You?ve had too much to drink.? Matt is realizing that it's the little things that make his g...

    I really enjoyed this book. The main female character, Courtney, is rather jaded as far as men go. She has distinct categories that she likes to put them in and none of them are flattering. Matthew is a guy that she knows and that she has pegged. When she hears him take a bet that he c...

    Spring makes me think of weddings. That makes it the perfect time for the next installment in Hope Ramsays Chapel of Love series. We?ve watch Courtney judge everyone around her for the past few books. Now, she?s met her match in Matthew Lyndon. Courtney and Matt are fun from page...

  • Gaele
    Apr 03, 2018

    The Bride Next Door by Hope Ramsay is the fourth full length novel in the romantic Chapel of Love series. There is also two novellas that fit into this same series but like the full length titles all of these move onto new main characters as couples so they all could be read as a stand...

    ?Can happily ever afters, happen when you least expect them? That is a yes from this gal since Hope Ramsay has for sure outdone herself with this wonderful trope romance... ?I'm not a big fan of trope romances, but this one I just found rather endearing to read and truly d...

    1. Hero is a misogynistic shit with double standards along with being a manchild with the maturity of the 2 month old. All his ?alphaness? cannot be camouflaged as maturity to save his character. I can?t see how a strong heroine like this one would be able to go through a whole b...

    I was lucky enough to get an ARC of this next book in Hope Ramsay's new series Chapel of Love. Courtney and Matt are adversaries in the start of this book. Courtney is in the wedding business, she works for Edge Hill Manor in her capacity of Wedding and Events planner. Who oddly en...

    Courtney is all about putting guys in categories where she thinks they belong. Matt is young and feels like a disappointment to his dad. The story of these two getting together was great. They both have deal with their insecurities and trust issues from their past. I enjoyed this book ...

    Here comes the... player and the man-hater! Sparks fly and a battle wages as the two least likely to walk down the aisle get their story. The Bride Next Door is the fifth book in the Chapel of Love series. The stories wouldn't be impossible to read out of order, but this series real...

    MY RATING: 3.5 STARS OUT OF 5 I was provided an ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.  I fell in love with my first Hope Ramsay book 'Here Comes the Bride' and when I heard the next one in the Chapel of Love Series was coming out, I knew I had to request to r...

    I have read most of Hope Ramsay?s books, and this one, compared to most of the others, came across as rather mediocre. My biggest problem was that the book was very predictable and about one quarter too long. At about the three-quarter mark, I knew what was going to happen, and then ...

    eyeroll https://www.goodreads.com/review/show... ...

    Life sometimes throws us curve balls. It?s up to us to decide what we are going to do with those opportunities and challenges. This story has its main characters, Courtney and Matt, but the ?supporting characters? have some great stories going on too. I felt several different emo...

    Courtney is in her ?zone? as a wedding planner: she?s got her life, her list about ?men? and with both of her friends now pregnant, she?s also got a ton of work to do. She?s well and truly out of the dating game (or so she tells herself) because in an instant she can put ...

  • Shari Kay
    Feb 27, 2018

    The Bride Next Door by Hope Ramsay is the fourth full length novel in the romantic Chapel of Love series. There is also two novellas that fit into this same series but like the full length titles all of these move onto new main characters as couples so they all could be read as a stand...

    ?Can happily ever afters, happen when you least expect them? That is a yes from this gal since Hope Ramsay has for sure outdone herself with this wonderful trope romance... ?I'm not a big fan of trope romances, but this one I just found rather endearing to read and truly d...

    1. Hero is a misogynistic shit with double standards along with being a manchild with the maturity of the 2 month old. All his ?alphaness? cannot be camouflaged as maturity to save his character. I can?t see how a strong heroine like this one would be able to go through a whole b...

    I was lucky enough to get an ARC of this next book in Hope Ramsay's new series Chapel of Love. Courtney and Matt are adversaries in the start of this book. Courtney is in the wedding business, she works for Edge Hill Manor in her capacity of Wedding and Events planner. Who oddly en...

    Courtney is all about putting guys in categories where she thinks they belong. Matt is young and feels like a disappointment to his dad. The story of these two getting together was great. They both have deal with their insecurities and trust issues from their past. I enjoyed this book ...

    Here comes the... player and the man-hater! Sparks fly and a battle wages as the two least likely to walk down the aisle get their story. The Bride Next Door is the fifth book in the Chapel of Love series. The stories wouldn't be impossible to read out of order, but this series real...

    MY RATING: 3.5 STARS OUT OF 5 I was provided an ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.  I fell in love with my first Hope Ramsay book 'Here Comes the Bride' and when I heard the next one in the Chapel of Love Series was coming out, I knew I had to request to r...

    I have read most of Hope Ramsay?s books, and this one, compared to most of the others, came across as rather mediocre. My biggest problem was that the book was very predictable and about one quarter too long. At about the three-quarter mark, I knew what was going to happen, and then ...

    eyeroll https://www.goodreads.com/review/show... ...

  • Amanda Mahaffey
    Mar 09, 2018

    The Bride Next Door by Hope Ramsay is the fourth full length novel in the romantic Chapel of Love series. There is also two novellas that fit into this same series but like the full length titles all of these move onto new main characters as couples so they all could be read as a stand...

    ?Can happily ever afters, happen when you least expect them? That is a yes from this gal since Hope Ramsay has for sure outdone herself with this wonderful trope romance... ?I'm not a big fan of trope romances, but this one I just found rather endearing to read and truly d...

    1. Hero is a misogynistic shit with double standards along with being a manchild with the maturity of the 2 month old. All his ?alphaness? cannot be camouflaged as maturity to save his character. I can?t see how a strong heroine like this one would be able to go through a whole b...

    I was lucky enough to get an ARC of this next book in Hope Ramsay's new series Chapel of Love. Courtney and Matt are adversaries in the start of this book. Courtney is in the wedding business, she works for Edge Hill Manor in her capacity of Wedding and Events planner. Who oddly en...

    Courtney is all about putting guys in categories where she thinks they belong. Matt is young and feels like a disappointment to his dad. The story of these two getting together was great. They both have deal with their insecurities and trust issues from their past. I enjoyed this book ...

  • Leslie Ooten
    Apr 03, 2018

    The Bride Next Door by Hope Ramsay is the fourth full length novel in the romantic Chapel of Love series. There is also two novellas that fit into this same series but like the full length titles all of these move onto new main characters as couples so they all could be read as a stand...

    ?Can happily ever afters, happen when you least expect them? That is a yes from this gal since Hope Ramsay has for sure outdone herself with this wonderful trope romance... ?I'm not a big fan of trope romances, but this one I just found rather endearing to read and truly d...

    1. Hero is a misogynistic shit with double standards along with being a manchild with the maturity of the 2 month old. All his ?alphaness? cannot be camouflaged as maturity to save his character. I can?t see how a strong heroine like this one would be able to go through a whole b...

    I was lucky enough to get an ARC of this next book in Hope Ramsay's new series Chapel of Love. Courtney and Matt are adversaries in the start of this book. Courtney is in the wedding business, she works for Edge Hill Manor in her capacity of Wedding and Events planner. Who oddly en...

    Courtney is all about putting guys in categories where she thinks they belong. Matt is young and feels like a disappointment to his dad. The story of these two getting together was great. They both have deal with their insecurities and trust issues from their past. I enjoyed this book ...

    Here comes the... player and the man-hater! Sparks fly and a battle wages as the two least likely to walk down the aisle get their story. The Bride Next Door is the fifth book in the Chapel of Love series. The stories wouldn't be impossible to read out of order, but this series real...

    MY RATING: 3.5 STARS OUT OF 5 I was provided an ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.  I fell in love with my first Hope Ramsay book 'Here Comes the Bride' and when I heard the next one in the Chapel of Love Series was coming out, I knew I had to request to r...

    I have read most of Hope Ramsay?s books, and this one, compared to most of the others, came across as rather mediocre. My biggest problem was that the book was very predictable and about one quarter too long. At about the three-quarter mark, I knew what was going to happen, and then ...

    eyeroll https://www.goodreads.com/review/show... ...

    Life sometimes throws us curve balls. It?s up to us to decide what we are going to do with those opportunities and challenges. This story has its main characters, Courtney and Matt, but the ?supporting characters? have some great stories going on too. I felt several different emo...

    Courtney is in her ?zone? as a wedding planner: she?s got her life, her list about ?men? and with both of her friends now pregnant, she?s also got a ton of work to do. She?s well and truly out of the dating game (or so she tells herself) because in an instant she can put ...

    Received in exchange for a honest review. This was sweet. I loved how Matt wasn?t what Courtney thought. He kept surprising her and she began to see who he really was. Matt wasn?t stuck up or competitive and he certainly wasn?t a player. He was a young man who was trying to...

    I admit, this cover drew me in from the start. That plus a heroine who is single amid a sea of married friends and I?m in. I can relate to that woman (having been one of the last of my friends to marry). I can also relate to the walls that build up when love seems to find everyone bu...

    I received an arc from NG for review. I am a new fan of this author and I have read two books prior to this one. Of all of them this was my least favorite. However it is well written and my dislike had more to do with the age gap between the two main characters than anything else. ...

    Review written by Marie for Ever After Book Reviews! I have to be honest, this one was a little hard for me to chew for a while. But, as the story went on, I warmed a little bit to the characters and their storyline. I think it?d be difficult for me to write a true ?review? of...

    Shenandoah Falls, Virginia, is far enough away from the DC area to have a small town feel, yet close enough to attract greedy developers who want to make hefty changes to it. The apartment complex in Dogwood Estates is feared to be demolished and the residents driven out. Matthew Lyndo...

    I received a copy of this book in a Goodreads giveaway, and it has not affected my review. This was a very cute and enjoyable contemporary romance. I admit, I was a little skeptical at the beginning, as the setup situation with the bet was not only contrived but incredibly offensive...

    Courtney is a wedding planner in her quaint home town. While she?s busy planning each bride's perfect day, she?s also watching most of her single friends enjoying their own happily ever afters and now starting families. She?s torn between wanting her own ever after or resigning h...

    This is the fourth novel in Ramsay?s Chapel of Love series. It is rich in small-town appeal, family dynamics, and the ties of friendship. How much readers like the book will depend largely upon how much they like the protagonists. Courtney and Matt are not immediately sympathetic ch...

    I received this book as an ARC. I have been following Hope Ramsey for quite some time now. This new series, Chapel of Love, that takes place in Shenandoah Falls, WV is quite setup as a small town but near enough to the D.C. area to bring in varied levels of income and status on the eco...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. I have enjoyed all of the books by this author that I have read. I have read all the books so far in the Chapel of Love series. I liked this one, but not quite as much as the others. It is a good story, but I think too ma...

    I wasn't a fan of this one. The two main characters, Courtney and Matt, both have issues that needed to be dealt with. Courtney automatically puts every guy she meets into a category, regardless of the fact that she knows nothing about them personally. She was harassing a guy that left...

  • Sharon Moritz-rosenthal
    Feb 25, 2018

    The Bride Next Door by Hope Ramsay is the fourth full length novel in the romantic Chapel of Love series. There is also two novellas that fit into this same series but like the full length titles all of these move onto new main characters as couples so they all could be read as a stand...

    ?Can happily ever afters, happen when you least expect them? That is a yes from this gal since Hope Ramsay has for sure outdone herself with this wonderful trope romance... ?I'm not a big fan of trope romances, but this one I just found rather endearing to read and truly d...

    1. Hero is a misogynistic shit with double standards along with being a manchild with the maturity of the 2 month old. All his ?alphaness? cannot be camouflaged as maturity to save his character. I can?t see how a strong heroine like this one would be able to go through a whole b...

    I was lucky enough to get an ARC of this next book in Hope Ramsay's new series Chapel of Love. Courtney and Matt are adversaries in the start of this book. Courtney is in the wedding business, she works for Edge Hill Manor in her capacity of Wedding and Events planner. Who oddly en...

    Courtney is all about putting guys in categories where she thinks they belong. Matt is young and feels like a disappointment to his dad. The story of these two getting together was great. They both have deal with their insecurities and trust issues from their past. I enjoyed this book ...

    Here comes the... player and the man-hater! Sparks fly and a battle wages as the two least likely to walk down the aisle get their story. The Bride Next Door is the fifth book in the Chapel of Love series. The stories wouldn't be impossible to read out of order, but this series real...

    MY RATING: 3.5 STARS OUT OF 5 I was provided an ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.  I fell in love with my first Hope Ramsay book 'Here Comes the Bride' and when I heard the next one in the Chapel of Love Series was coming out, I knew I had to request to r...

    I have read most of Hope Ramsay?s books, and this one, compared to most of the others, came across as rather mediocre. My biggest problem was that the book was very predictable and about one quarter too long. At about the three-quarter mark, I knew what was going to happen, and then ...

    eyeroll https://www.goodreads.com/review/show... ...

    Life sometimes throws us curve balls. It?s up to us to decide what we are going to do with those opportunities and challenges. This story has its main characters, Courtney and Matt, but the ?supporting characters? have some great stories going on too. I felt several different emo...

    Courtney is in her ?zone? as a wedding planner: she?s got her life, her list about ?men? and with both of her friends now pregnant, she?s also got a ton of work to do. She?s well and truly out of the dating game (or so she tells herself) because in an instant she can put ...

    Received in exchange for a honest review. This was sweet. I loved how Matt wasn?t what Courtney thought. He kept surprising her and she began to see who he really was. Matt wasn?t stuck up or competitive and he certainly wasn?t a player. He was a young man who was trying to...

    I admit, this cover drew me in from the start. That plus a heroine who is single amid a sea of married friends and I?m in. I can relate to that woman (having been one of the last of my friends to marry). I can also relate to the walls that build up when love seems to find everyone bu...

    I received an arc from NG for review. I am a new fan of this author and I have read two books prior to this one. Of all of them this was my least favorite. However it is well written and my dislike had more to do with the age gap between the two main characters than anything else. ...

  • Lisa (Remarkablylisa)
    Mar 21, 2018

    The Bride Next Door by Hope Ramsay is the fourth full length novel in the romantic Chapel of Love series. There is also two novellas that fit into this same series but like the full length titles all of these move onto new main characters as couples so they all could be read as a stand...

    ?Can happily ever afters, happen when you least expect them? That is a yes from this gal since Hope Ramsay has for sure outdone herself with this wonderful trope romance... ?I'm not a big fan of trope romances, but this one I just found rather endearing to read and truly d...

    1. Hero is a misogynistic shit with double standards along with being a manchild with the maturity of the 2 month old. All his ?alphaness? cannot be camouflaged as maturity to save his character. I can?t see how a strong heroine like this one would be able to go through a whole b...

    I was lucky enough to get an ARC of this next book in Hope Ramsay's new series Chapel of Love. Courtney and Matt are adversaries in the start of this book. Courtney is in the wedding business, she works for Edge Hill Manor in her capacity of Wedding and Events planner. Who oddly en...

    Courtney is all about putting guys in categories where she thinks they belong. Matt is young and feels like a disappointment to his dad. The story of these two getting together was great. They both have deal with their insecurities and trust issues from their past. I enjoyed this book ...

    Here comes the... player and the man-hater! Sparks fly and a battle wages as the two least likely to walk down the aisle get their story. The Bride Next Door is the fifth book in the Chapel of Love series. The stories wouldn't be impossible to read out of order, but this series real...

    MY RATING: 3.5 STARS OUT OF 5 I was provided an ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.  I fell in love with my first Hope Ramsay book 'Here Comes the Bride' and when I heard the next one in the Chapel of Love Series was coming out, I knew I had to request to r...

  • Francis M.
    Jun 02, 2018

    The Bride Next Door by Hope Ramsay is the fourth full length novel in the romantic Chapel of Love series. There is also two novellas that fit into this same series but like the full length titles all of these move onto new main characters as couples so they all could be read as a stand...

    ?Can happily ever afters, happen when you least expect them? That is a yes from this gal since Hope Ramsay has for sure outdone herself with this wonderful trope romance... ?I'm not a big fan of trope romances, but this one I just found rather endearing to read and truly d...

    1. Hero is a misogynistic shit with double standards along with being a manchild with the maturity of the 2 month old. All his ?alphaness? cannot be camouflaged as maturity to save his character. I can?t see how a strong heroine like this one would be able to go through a whole b...

    I was lucky enough to get an ARC of this next book in Hope Ramsay's new series Chapel of Love. Courtney and Matt are adversaries in the start of this book. Courtney is in the wedding business, she works for Edge Hill Manor in her capacity of Wedding and Events planner. Who oddly en...

    Courtney is all about putting guys in categories where she thinks they belong. Matt is young and feels like a disappointment to his dad. The story of these two getting together was great. They both have deal with their insecurities and trust issues from their past. I enjoyed this book ...

    Here comes the... player and the man-hater! Sparks fly and a battle wages as the two least likely to walk down the aisle get their story. The Bride Next Door is the fifth book in the Chapel of Love series. The stories wouldn't be impossible to read out of order, but this series real...

    MY RATING: 3.5 STARS OUT OF 5 I was provided an ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.  I fell in love with my first Hope Ramsay book 'Here Comes the Bride' and when I heard the next one in the Chapel of Love Series was coming out, I knew I had to request to r...

    I have read most of Hope Ramsay?s books, and this one, compared to most of the others, came across as rather mediocre. My biggest problem was that the book was very predictable and about one quarter too long. At about the three-quarter mark, I knew what was going to happen, and then ...

    eyeroll https://www.goodreads.com/review/show... ...

    Life sometimes throws us curve balls. It?s up to us to decide what we are going to do with those opportunities and challenges. This story has its main characters, Courtney and Matt, but the ?supporting characters? have some great stories going on too. I felt several different emo...

    Courtney is in her ?zone? as a wedding planner: she?s got her life, her list about ?men? and with both of her friends now pregnant, she?s also got a ton of work to do. She?s well and truly out of the dating game (or so she tells herself) because in an instant she can put ...

    Received in exchange for a honest review. This was sweet. I loved how Matt wasn?t what Courtney thought. He kept surprising her and she began to see who he really was. Matt wasn?t stuck up or competitive and he certainly wasn?t a player. He was a young man who was trying to...

    I admit, this cover drew me in from the start. That plus a heroine who is single amid a sea of married friends and I?m in. I can relate to that woman (having been one of the last of my friends to marry). I can also relate to the walls that build up when love seems to find everyone bu...

    I received an arc from NG for review. I am a new fan of this author and I have read two books prior to this one. Of all of them this was my least favorite. However it is well written and my dislike had more to do with the age gap between the two main characters than anything else. ...

    Review written by Marie for Ever After Book Reviews! I have to be honest, this one was a little hard for me to chew for a while. But, as the story went on, I warmed a little bit to the characters and their storyline. I think it?d be difficult for me to write a true ?review? of...

    Shenandoah Falls, Virginia, is far enough away from the DC area to have a small town feel, yet close enough to attract greedy developers who want to make hefty changes to it. The apartment complex in Dogwood Estates is feared to be demolished and the residents driven out. Matthew Lyndo...

    I received a copy of this book in a Goodreads giveaway, and it has not affected my review. This was a very cute and enjoyable contemporary romance. I admit, I was a little skeptical at the beginning, as the setup situation with the bet was not only contrived but incredibly offensive...

    Courtney is a wedding planner in her quaint home town. While she?s busy planning each bride's perfect day, she?s also watching most of her single friends enjoying their own happily ever afters and now starting families. She?s torn between wanting her own ever after or resigning h...

    This is the fourth novel in Ramsay?s Chapel of Love series. It is rich in small-town appeal, family dynamics, and the ties of friendship. How much readers like the book will depend largely upon how much they like the protagonists. Courtney and Matt are not immediately sympathetic ch...

    I received this book as an ARC. I have been following Hope Ramsey for quite some time now. This new series, Chapel of Love, that takes place in Shenandoah Falls, WV is quite setup as a small town but near enough to the D.C. area to bring in varied levels of income and status on the eco...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. I have enjoyed all of the books by this author that I have read. I have read all the books so far in the Chapel of Love series. I liked this one, but not quite as much as the others. It is a good story, but I think too ma...

    I wasn't a fan of this one. The two main characters, Courtney and Matt, both have issues that needed to be dealt with. Courtney automatically puts every guy she meets into a category, regardless of the fact that she knows nothing about them personally. She was harassing a guy that left...

    ADORABLE!!!! Well not in the beginning, in the beginning it was pretty obvious, Courtney was classifying each and every man, putting them in categories, and giving up on love all together, when i read this book all I thought was (this woman is HELLA insecure, and that?s annoying). T...

  • Carrie
    Apr 01, 2018

    The Bride Next Door by Hope Ramsay is the fourth full length novel in the romantic Chapel of Love series. There is also two novellas that fit into this same series but like the full length titles all of these move onto new main characters as couples so they all could be read as a stand...

  • Mindy
    Apr 04, 2018

    The Bride Next Door by Hope Ramsay is the fourth full length novel in the romantic Chapel of Love series. There is also two novellas that fit into this same series but like the full length titles all of these move onto new main characters as couples so they all could be read as a stand...

    ?Can happily ever afters, happen when you least expect them? That is a yes from this gal since Hope Ramsay has for sure outdone herself with this wonderful trope romance... ?I'm not a big fan of trope romances, but this one I just found rather endearing to read and truly d...

    1. Hero is a misogynistic shit with double standards along with being a manchild with the maturity of the 2 month old. All his ?alphaness? cannot be camouflaged as maturity to save his character. I can?t see how a strong heroine like this one would be able to go through a whole b...

    I was lucky enough to get an ARC of this next book in Hope Ramsay's new series Chapel of Love. Courtney and Matt are adversaries in the start of this book. Courtney is in the wedding business, she works for Edge Hill Manor in her capacity of Wedding and Events planner. Who oddly en...

    Courtney is all about putting guys in categories where she thinks they belong. Matt is young and feels like a disappointment to his dad. The story of these two getting together was great. They both have deal with their insecurities and trust issues from their past. I enjoyed this book ...

    Here comes the... player and the man-hater! Sparks fly and a battle wages as the two least likely to walk down the aisle get their story. The Bride Next Door is the fifth book in the Chapel of Love series. The stories wouldn't be impossible to read out of order, but this series real...

    MY RATING: 3.5 STARS OUT OF 5 I was provided an ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.  I fell in love with my first Hope Ramsay book 'Here Comes the Bride' and when I heard the next one in the Chapel of Love Series was coming out, I knew I had to request to r...

    I have read most of Hope Ramsay?s books, and this one, compared to most of the others, came across as rather mediocre. My biggest problem was that the book was very predictable and about one quarter too long. At about the three-quarter mark, I knew what was going to happen, and then ...

    eyeroll https://www.goodreads.com/review/show... ...

    Life sometimes throws us curve balls. It?s up to us to decide what we are going to do with those opportunities and challenges. This story has its main characters, Courtney and Matt, but the ?supporting characters? have some great stories going on too. I felt several different emo...

    Courtney is in her ?zone? as a wedding planner: she?s got her life, her list about ?men? and with both of her friends now pregnant, she?s also got a ton of work to do. She?s well and truly out of the dating game (or so she tells herself) because in an instant she can put ...

    Received in exchange for a honest review. This was sweet. I loved how Matt wasn?t what Courtney thought. He kept surprising her and she began to see who he really was. Matt wasn?t stuck up or competitive and he certainly wasn?t a player. He was a young man who was trying to...

    I admit, this cover drew me in from the start. That plus a heroine who is single amid a sea of married friends and I?m in. I can relate to that woman (having been one of the last of my friends to marry). I can also relate to the walls that build up when love seems to find everyone bu...

    I received an arc from NG for review. I am a new fan of this author and I have read two books prior to this one. Of all of them this was my least favorite. However it is well written and my dislike had more to do with the age gap between the two main characters than anything else. ...

    Review written by Marie for Ever After Book Reviews! I have to be honest, this one was a little hard for me to chew for a while. But, as the story went on, I warmed a little bit to the characters and their storyline. I think it?d be difficult for me to write a true ?review? of...

    Shenandoah Falls, Virginia, is far enough away from the DC area to have a small town feel, yet close enough to attract greedy developers who want to make hefty changes to it. The apartment complex in Dogwood Estates is feared to be demolished and the residents driven out. Matthew Lyndo...

    I received a copy of this book in a Goodreads giveaway, and it has not affected my review. This was a very cute and enjoyable contemporary romance. I admit, I was a little skeptical at the beginning, as the setup situation with the bet was not only contrived but incredibly offensive...

    Courtney is a wedding planner in her quaint home town. While she?s busy planning each bride's perfect day, she?s also watching most of her single friends enjoying their own happily ever afters and now starting families. She?s torn between wanting her own ever after or resigning h...

    This is the fourth novel in Ramsay?s Chapel of Love series. It is rich in small-town appeal, family dynamics, and the ties of friendship. How much readers like the book will depend largely upon how much they like the protagonists. Courtney and Matt are not immediately sympathetic ch...

    I received this book as an ARC. I have been following Hope Ramsey for quite some time now. This new series, Chapel of Love, that takes place in Shenandoah Falls, WV is quite setup as a small town but near enough to the D.C. area to bring in varied levels of income and status on the eco...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. I have enjoyed all of the books by this author that I have read. I have read all the books so far in the Chapel of Love series. I liked this one, but not quite as much as the others. It is a good story, but I think too ma...

    I wasn't a fan of this one. The two main characters, Courtney and Matt, both have issues that needed to be dealt with. Courtney automatically puts every guy she meets into a category, regardless of the fact that she knows nothing about them personally. She was harassing a guy that left...

    ADORABLE!!!! Well not in the beginning, in the beginning it was pretty obvious, Courtney was classifying each and every man, putting them in categories, and giving up on love all together, when i read this book all I thought was (this woman is HELLA insecure, and that?s annoying). T...

    Very enjoyable read. Courtney feels she's the last of her friend that's still single and not pregnant, oh, and her biological clock is ticking. But even with all that she's still relationship shy because of some image hangups and high school drama. Matt has moved back home after loosin...

  • Cristina | CristiinaReads
    Mar 02, 2018

    The Bride Next Door by Hope Ramsay is the fourth full length novel in the romantic Chapel of Love series. There is also two novellas that fit into this same series but like the full length titles all of these move onto new main characters as couples so they all could be read as a stand...

    ?Can happily ever afters, happen when you least expect them? That is a yes from this gal since Hope Ramsay has for sure outdone herself with this wonderful trope romance... ?I'm not a big fan of trope romances, but this one I just found rather endearing to read and truly d...

  • Kiki
    Feb 27, 2018

    The Bride Next Door by Hope Ramsay is the fourth full length novel in the romantic Chapel of Love series. There is also two novellas that fit into this same series but like the full length titles all of these move onto new main characters as couples so they all could be read as a stand...

    ?Can happily ever afters, happen when you least expect them? That is a yes from this gal since Hope Ramsay has for sure outdone herself with this wonderful trope romance... ?I'm not a big fan of trope romances, but this one I just found rather endearing to read and truly d...

    1. Hero is a misogynistic shit with double standards along with being a manchild with the maturity of the 2 month old. All his ?alphaness? cannot be camouflaged as maturity to save his character. I can?t see how a strong heroine like this one would be able to go through a whole b...

  • BookAddict
    Apr 01, 2018

    The Bride Next Door by Hope Ramsay is the fourth full length novel in the romantic Chapel of Love series. There is also two novellas that fit into this same series but like the full length titles all of these move onto new main characters as couples so they all could be read as a stand...

    ?Can happily ever afters, happen when you least expect them? That is a yes from this gal since Hope Ramsay has for sure outdone herself with this wonderful trope romance... ?I'm not a big fan of trope romances, but this one I just found rather endearing to read and truly d...

    1. Hero is a misogynistic shit with double standards along with being a manchild with the maturity of the 2 month old. All his ?alphaness? cannot be camouflaged as maturity to save his character. I can?t see how a strong heroine like this one would be able to go through a whole b...

    I was lucky enough to get an ARC of this next book in Hope Ramsay's new series Chapel of Love. Courtney and Matt are adversaries in the start of this book. Courtney is in the wedding business, she works for Edge Hill Manor in her capacity of Wedding and Events planner. Who oddly en...

    Courtney is all about putting guys in categories where she thinks they belong. Matt is young and feels like a disappointment to his dad. The story of these two getting together was great. They both have deal with their insecurities and trust issues from their past. I enjoyed this book ...

    Here comes the... player and the man-hater! Sparks fly and a battle wages as the two least likely to walk down the aisle get their story. The Bride Next Door is the fifth book in the Chapel of Love series. The stories wouldn't be impossible to read out of order, but this series real...

    MY RATING: 3.5 STARS OUT OF 5 I was provided an ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.  I fell in love with my first Hope Ramsay book 'Here Comes the Bride' and when I heard the next one in the Chapel of Love Series was coming out, I knew I had to request to r...

    I have read most of Hope Ramsay?s books, and this one, compared to most of the others, came across as rather mediocre. My biggest problem was that the book was very predictable and about one quarter too long. At about the three-quarter mark, I knew what was going to happen, and then ...

    eyeroll https://www.goodreads.com/review/show... ...

    Life sometimes throws us curve balls. It?s up to us to decide what we are going to do with those opportunities and challenges. This story has its main characters, Courtney and Matt, but the ?supporting characters? have some great stories going on too. I felt several different emo...

    Courtney is in her ?zone? as a wedding planner: she?s got her life, her list about ?men? and with both of her friends now pregnant, she?s also got a ton of work to do. She?s well and truly out of the dating game (or so she tells herself) because in an instant she can put ...

    Received in exchange for a honest review. This was sweet. I loved how Matt wasn?t what Courtney thought. He kept surprising her and she began to see who he really was. Matt wasn?t stuck up or competitive and he certainly wasn?t a player. He was a young man who was trying to...

    I admit, this cover drew me in from the start. That plus a heroine who is single amid a sea of married friends and I?m in. I can relate to that woman (having been one of the last of my friends to marry). I can also relate to the walls that build up when love seems to find everyone bu...

    I received an arc from NG for review. I am a new fan of this author and I have read two books prior to this one. Of all of them this was my least favorite. However it is well written and my dislike had more to do with the age gap between the two main characters than anything else. ...

    Review written by Marie for Ever After Book Reviews! I have to be honest, this one was a little hard for me to chew for a while. But, as the story went on, I warmed a little bit to the characters and their storyline. I think it?d be difficult for me to write a true ?review? of...

    Shenandoah Falls, Virginia, is far enough away from the DC area to have a small town feel, yet close enough to attract greedy developers who want to make hefty changes to it. The apartment complex in Dogwood Estates is feared to be demolished and the residents driven out. Matthew Lyndo...

    I received a copy of this book in a Goodreads giveaway, and it has not affected my review. This was a very cute and enjoyable contemporary romance. I admit, I was a little skeptical at the beginning, as the setup situation with the bet was not only contrived but incredibly offensive...

    Courtney is a wedding planner in her quaint home town. While she?s busy planning each bride's perfect day, she?s also watching most of her single friends enjoying their own happily ever afters and now starting families. She?s torn between wanting her own ever after or resigning h...

  • Cat C
    May 26, 2018

    The Bride Next Door by Hope Ramsay is the fourth full length novel in the romantic Chapel of Love series. There is also two novellas that fit into this same series but like the full length titles all of these move onto new main characters as couples so they all could be read as a stand...

    ?Can happily ever afters, happen when you least expect them? That is a yes from this gal since Hope Ramsay has for sure outdone herself with this wonderful trope romance... ?I'm not a big fan of trope romances, but this one I just found rather endearing to read and truly d...

    1. Hero is a misogynistic shit with double standards along with being a manchild with the maturity of the 2 month old. All his ?alphaness? cannot be camouflaged as maturity to save his character. I can?t see how a strong heroine like this one would be able to go through a whole b...

    I was lucky enough to get an ARC of this next book in Hope Ramsay's new series Chapel of Love. Courtney and Matt are adversaries in the start of this book. Courtney is in the wedding business, she works for Edge Hill Manor in her capacity of Wedding and Events planner. Who oddly en...

    Courtney is all about putting guys in categories where she thinks they belong. Matt is young and feels like a disappointment to his dad. The story of these two getting together was great. They both have deal with their insecurities and trust issues from their past. I enjoyed this book ...

    Here comes the... player and the man-hater! Sparks fly and a battle wages as the two least likely to walk down the aisle get their story. The Bride Next Door is the fifth book in the Chapel of Love series. The stories wouldn't be impossible to read out of order, but this series real...

    MY RATING: 3.5 STARS OUT OF 5 I was provided an ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.  I fell in love with my first Hope Ramsay book 'Here Comes the Bride' and when I heard the next one in the Chapel of Love Series was coming out, I knew I had to request to r...

    I have read most of Hope Ramsay?s books, and this one, compared to most of the others, came across as rather mediocre. My biggest problem was that the book was very predictable and about one quarter too long. At about the three-quarter mark, I knew what was going to happen, and then ...

    eyeroll https://www.goodreads.com/review/show... ...

    Life sometimes throws us curve balls. It?s up to us to decide what we are going to do with those opportunities and challenges. This story has its main characters, Courtney and Matt, but the ?supporting characters? have some great stories going on too. I felt several different emo...

    Courtney is in her ?zone? as a wedding planner: she?s got her life, her list about ?men? and with both of her friends now pregnant, she?s also got a ton of work to do. She?s well and truly out of the dating game (or so she tells herself) because in an instant she can put ...

    Received in exchange for a honest review. This was sweet. I loved how Matt wasn?t what Courtney thought. He kept surprising her and she began to see who he really was. Matt wasn?t stuck up or competitive and he certainly wasn?t a player. He was a young man who was trying to...

    I admit, this cover drew me in from the start. That plus a heroine who is single amid a sea of married friends and I?m in. I can relate to that woman (having been one of the last of my friends to marry). I can also relate to the walls that build up when love seems to find everyone bu...

    I received an arc from NG for review. I am a new fan of this author and I have read two books prior to this one. Of all of them this was my least favorite. However it is well written and my dislike had more to do with the age gap between the two main characters than anything else. ...

    Review written by Marie for Ever After Book Reviews! I have to be honest, this one was a little hard for me to chew for a while. But, as the story went on, I warmed a little bit to the characters and their storyline. I think it?d be difficult for me to write a true ?review? of...

    Shenandoah Falls, Virginia, is far enough away from the DC area to have a small town feel, yet close enough to attract greedy developers who want to make hefty changes to it. The apartment complex in Dogwood Estates is feared to be demolished and the residents driven out. Matthew Lyndo...

    I received a copy of this book in a Goodreads giveaway, and it has not affected my review. This was a very cute and enjoyable contemporary romance. I admit, I was a little skeptical at the beginning, as the setup situation with the bet was not only contrived but incredibly offensive...

  • Erika
    Jun 27, 2018

    The Bride Next Door by Hope Ramsay is the fourth full length novel in the romantic Chapel of Love series. There is also two novellas that fit into this same series but like the full length titles all of these move onto new main characters as couples so they all could be read as a stand...

    ?Can happily ever afters, happen when you least expect them? That is a yes from this gal since Hope Ramsay has for sure outdone herself with this wonderful trope romance... ?I'm not a big fan of trope romances, but this one I just found rather endearing to read and truly d...

    1. Hero is a misogynistic shit with double standards along with being a manchild with the maturity of the 2 month old. All his ?alphaness? cannot be camouflaged as maturity to save his character. I can?t see how a strong heroine like this one would be able to go through a whole b...

    I was lucky enough to get an ARC of this next book in Hope Ramsay's new series Chapel of Love. Courtney and Matt are adversaries in the start of this book. Courtney is in the wedding business, she works for Edge Hill Manor in her capacity of Wedding and Events planner. Who oddly en...

    Courtney is all about putting guys in categories where she thinks they belong. Matt is young and feels like a disappointment to his dad. The story of these two getting together was great. They both have deal with their insecurities and trust issues from their past. I enjoyed this book ...

    Here comes the... player and the man-hater! Sparks fly and a battle wages as the two least likely to walk down the aisle get their story. The Bride Next Door is the fifth book in the Chapel of Love series. The stories wouldn't be impossible to read out of order, but this series real...

    MY RATING: 3.5 STARS OUT OF 5 I was provided an ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.  I fell in love with my first Hope Ramsay book 'Here Comes the Bride' and when I heard the next one in the Chapel of Love Series was coming out, I knew I had to request to r...

    I have read most of Hope Ramsay?s books, and this one, compared to most of the others, came across as rather mediocre. My biggest problem was that the book was very predictable and about one quarter too long. At about the three-quarter mark, I knew what was going to happen, and then ...

    eyeroll https://www.goodreads.com/review/show... ...

    Life sometimes throws us curve balls. It?s up to us to decide what we are going to do with those opportunities and challenges. This story has its main characters, Courtney and Matt, but the ?supporting characters? have some great stories going on too. I felt several different emo...

    Courtney is in her ?zone? as a wedding planner: she?s got her life, her list about ?men? and with both of her friends now pregnant, she?s also got a ton of work to do. She?s well and truly out of the dating game (or so she tells herself) because in an instant she can put ...

    Received in exchange for a honest review. This was sweet. I loved how Matt wasn?t what Courtney thought. He kept surprising her and she began to see who he really was. Matt wasn?t stuck up or competitive and he certainly wasn?t a player. He was a young man who was trying to...

    I admit, this cover drew me in from the start. That plus a heroine who is single amid a sea of married friends and I?m in. I can relate to that woman (having been one of the last of my friends to marry). I can also relate to the walls that build up when love seems to find everyone bu...

    I received an arc from NG for review. I am a new fan of this author and I have read two books prior to this one. Of all of them this was my least favorite. However it is well written and my dislike had more to do with the age gap between the two main characters than anything else. ...

    Review written by Marie for Ever After Book Reviews! I have to be honest, this one was a little hard for me to chew for a while. But, as the story went on, I warmed a little bit to the characters and their storyline. I think it?d be difficult for me to write a true ?review? of...

    Shenandoah Falls, Virginia, is far enough away from the DC area to have a small town feel, yet close enough to attract greedy developers who want to make hefty changes to it. The apartment complex in Dogwood Estates is feared to be demolished and the residents driven out. Matthew Lyndo...

    I received a copy of this book in a Goodreads giveaway, and it has not affected my review. This was a very cute and enjoyable contemporary romance. I admit, I was a little skeptical at the beginning, as the setup situation with the bet was not only contrived but incredibly offensive...

    Courtney is a wedding planner in her quaint home town. While she?s busy planning each bride's perfect day, she?s also watching most of her single friends enjoying their own happily ever afters and now starting families. She?s torn between wanting her own ever after or resigning h...

    This is the fourth novel in Ramsay?s Chapel of Love series. It is rich in small-town appeal, family dynamics, and the ties of friendship. How much readers like the book will depend largely upon how much they like the protagonists. Courtney and Matt are not immediately sympathetic ch...

    I received this book as an ARC. I have been following Hope Ramsey for quite some time now. This new series, Chapel of Love, that takes place in Shenandoah Falls, WV is quite setup as a small town but near enough to the D.C. area to bring in varied levels of income and status on the eco...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. I have enjoyed all of the books by this author that I have read. I have read all the books so far in the Chapel of Love series. I liked this one, but not quite as much as the others. It is a good story, but I think too ma...

    I wasn't a fan of this one. The two main characters, Courtney and Matt, both have issues that needed to be dealt with. Courtney automatically puts every guy she meets into a category, regardless of the fact that she knows nothing about them personally. She was harassing a guy that left...

    ADORABLE!!!! Well not in the beginning, in the beginning it was pretty obvious, Courtney was classifying each and every man, putting them in categories, and giving up on love all together, when i read this book all I thought was (this woman is HELLA insecure, and that?s annoying). T...

    Very enjoyable read. Courtney feels she's the last of her friend that's still single and not pregnant, oh, and her biological clock is ticking. But even with all that she's still relationship shy because of some image hangups and high school drama. Matt has moved back home after loosin...

    Matt tries to do the honorable thing at times, ?get this straight. I?m happy to tell you bedtime stories. In fact, I need to tell you this particular story. But no ***. Not tonight. You?ve had too much to drink.? Matt is realizing that it's the little things that make his g...

    I really enjoyed this book. The main female character, Courtney, is rather jaded as far as men go. She has distinct categories that she likes to put them in and none of them are flattering. Matthew is a guy that she knows and that she has pegged. When she hears him take a bet that he c...

    Spring makes me think of weddings. That makes it the perfect time for the next installment in Hope Ramsays Chapel of Love series. We?ve watch Courtney judge everyone around her for the past few books. Now, she?s met her match in Matthew Lyndon. Courtney and Matt are fun from page...

    I was so happy to finally be able to read Courtney & Matthew's story. The book, as always, was very well written. I really enjoy that the characters from the prior books in the series are always showing back up in the new stories. This was a very quick read and I thoroughly enjoyed...

    Probably one of the worst books I've read. No plot. No character development. I found it extremely difficult to like the characters at all. The writing was mediocre at best. There was description when it wasn't needed or wanted and anything that could have been made interesting was tol...