With a title like The Bridegrooms, one would expect Allison Pittman’s latest novel to be full of weddings. Instead, when a sports team invades the Allenhouse residence, more than just baseballs begin to fly. The only thing more enjoyable than reading about one romance is reading about a family of sisters finding romances to fit all of their different personalities. Each robust character played a pivotal part in the drama. I appreciated that Pittman didn’t shy away from genuine feelings and female uncertainties. While some of the conclusions were obvious, there were enough twists to keep me reading long past my usual bedtime.
Time to do the happy dance! This book came with an book to give away! I just love when publishers are generous like that. Anyway, in order to enter, leave me a comment detailing how your husband proposed to you. OR, if you’re single, leave me a comment with your list of qualities that you’re looking for in a husband. Be sure to leave me your email address or contact information. I will choose a random winner on Monday, April 26.
This book was provided for review by the WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group.