Last Chance Bride

Last Chance Bride Last Chance captures the essence of Southern charm and quirkiness I m totally captivated Sherryl Woods New York Times bestselling authorDear Reader My boy Stone has always been the quiet one in the f

  • Title: Last Chance Bride
  • Author: Hope Ramsay
  • ISBN: 9781455528011
  • Page: 183
  • Format: ebook
  • Last Chance captures the essence of Southern charm and quirkiness I m totally captivated Sherryl Woods, New York Times bestselling authorDear Reader,My boy Stone has always been the quiet one in the family, but now he s got the whole town talking He and his long time sweetheart Sharon are crazy about each other, but suddenly they can t see eye to eye on their futu Last Chance captures the essence of Southern charm and quirkiness I m totally captivated Sherryl Woods, New York Times bestselling authorDear Reader,My boy Stone has always been the quiet one in the family, but now he s got the whole town talking He and his long time sweetheart Sharon are crazy about each other, but suddenly they can t see eye to eye on their future Sharon thought they were going to go to college, then get married But Stone had other plans plans he didn t share with anyone So it looks like our resident matchmaker Miriam is going to be wrong for the first time ever She swears Sharon and Stone are true soul mates Well, I think between the broken promises and Sharon s meddling mother, these two kids are going to need a miracle to make it down the aisle There s Arlene I just need to finish her trim and then I can head over to the Watermelon Festival Be sure to stop back by the Cut n Curl for hot rollers, free coffee and the best gossip in town.See you real soon, Ruby Rhodes15,000 words

    One thought on “Last Chance Bride”

    1. To start this was just a short novella about Sharon and Stone, two young lovers planning to begin their lives after high school. Both Sharon and Stone have their own ideas of how their lives will move forward, but they are clearly in love and want to stay together after high school. When Stone decides he doesn’t want to follow along with Sharon’s plan, she feels a bit betrayed and let down. Working through their issues, in the end they decide that just because their paths have veered into di [...]

    2. Short Novella sharing the story of soulmates and true love that can live beyond the grave. I would recommend reading the first three Last Chance books so you are caught up on the characters, and ready for Stone Rhodes story in Last Chance Christmas.From atastyreadLast Chance Bride is a flashback to 1990, giving Last Chance fans a look at Stone and Sharon's relationship right before they go off to college, or so Sharon thinks that is what their plans are. Stone is headed in another direction and [...]

    3. A fun readIn the other books, there is talk about about the watermelon queen who ran off and got married. It is portrayed as a scandal and an amazing romance. This short story is perfect. I just wish it was more than a novella

    4. From :Dear Reader,My boy Stone has always been the quiet one in the family, but now he’s got the whole town talking. He and his long-time sweetheart Sharon are crazy about each other, but suddenly they can’t see eye-to-eye on their future. Sharon thought they were going to go to college, then get married. But Stone had other plans–plans he didn’t share with anyone.So it looks like our resident matchmaker Miriam is going to be wrong for the first time ever. She swears Sharon and Stone are [...]

    5. Published: What I'm ReadingToday I needed something quick and fun. So, I decided to read Hope Ramsay's novella Last Chance Bride. Here's what's it about:Sharon Anne McKee is a planner, you know one of those girls who has there life planned out to the minute. In away she has to, because she's involved in everything. She's about ready to embark on a new adventure, college. How exciting, especially when she will have her high school sweet heart with her?Stone Rhodes, isn't financially ready to go t [...]

    6. Stone and Sharon are an “item” in town. Everyone has their future predicted, it seems. But all of a sudden, a head-on collision occurs! For Stone doesn’t want to do what his family desires, go to college. Instead he’s enlisted in the Marines and wants to tell his love, Sharon, before his family. What will happen to that perfect future they had both talked about – sharing a room and college life before they married, far off in the future of course?Sharon is making lists, lists, and more [...]

    7. Last Chance Bride is a really quick read. I haven't read all four of the previous books. I've only read the first one, Welcome to Last Chance. With that being said, I don't know how much Sharon was talked about. I like this book in that it gave me a glance into what Sharon was like. It also allowed me to see what Stone was like as an eighteen year old.Last Chance Bride is only about two weeks in the lives of Stone Rhodes and Sharon McKee, in August of 1990. You already know that Stone and Sharon [...]

    8. Reviewed by CrystalBook provided by NetGalley for reviewReview originally posted at Romancing the BookLast Chance Bride is a great inspirational read and it will leave you with a great feeling. I really loved this book. Sharon is a lot like me as she makes lists and that’s something that I do all the time. I couldn’t tell you how many times I make lists and how many times that I rewrite them. The story is just giving you the background for Sharon and Stone and how they became to be. The auth [...]

    9. I received this book as an ARC from Grand Central Publishing and I'm not entirely sure what to make of it.This short story is based around a couple who's lives have both been mapped out by their families and the town's expectations. When Stone secretly decides to sign up for the Marines instead of going to college, he changes the course of his life and the life of his long time girlfriend Sharon.The story was okay. It was well written, but it was so short, I honestly kept expecting it to flash f [...]

    10. This was an interesting short. Through all the books we have heard about Stony and Sharon, their courtship, their runaway wedding. It seems like the whole community put them on a pedestal. So it was interesting to read this one, the true story. Sharon is a real person, one with faults. Stony seems so different as a kid. All in all it was an interesting point of view for a past event that lives as an epic event within this series.

    11. I really enjoyed this short story. Stone and Sharon were planning to go to college together, but Stone changes his mind and decides to go into the military instead. He doesn't tell Sharon until the last minute. She is hurt that he didn't discuss it with her before deciding to enlist. I can't really say too much without giving away the entire story. I got the book in exchange for a review from netgalley.

    12. Love this short story giving the back ground on Stone & Sharon's history. I loved the way Sharon was strong in her beliefs & did't back down. Stone shows his true love to her & finally believing nothing can stand in there way of being together.

    13. Read this after starting Last Chance Christmas. Perfect place to read it. Great short story. Love this series.

    14. This was a sweet novella, giving some background for those of us following this Last Chance series, about Stone and Sharon's love story. Short, but well done.

    15. I wish this one was longer. I really liked Stone Rhodes, he's my favorite male lead of the Last Chance series so far.

    16. I didn't realize this was a novella. It was a quick read, but very concise because now I know the back story on Sharon. It explains everything. spoilers here :)

    17. Not bad for a short story. Would have been nice if we could have had a little more time with them, but still good.

    18. Sharon's StoryThis gave you Sharon's perspective and told about her feelings for Stone. Great little story. I wish I had read this before I read Stone's story.

    19. Lovely little novella that tells the story of Stone & Sharon during their Watermelon Festival whirlwind "engagement" that almost never was

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