They’ve helped orchestrate the perfect day for countless couples. Now twelve new couples will find themselves in the wedding spotlight in the second Year of Weddings novella collection.
MacKenzie thought writing wedding stories was beneath her journalistic abilities. Until one love story rekindled an old flame and opened her heart to love once more.
MacKenzie “Mac” Davis left her hometown of Red Leaf, Wisconsin, ten years ago, and she never looked back. But when her father, beloved Coach Davis, suffers a mild heart attack, she returns home for an extended visit. It means taking a job at the local newspaper, where the biggest news story is the return of Hollis Channing to marry her celebrity fiancé, but Mac would do anything to make sure her dad takes care of himself. She just didn’t know that would include spending extended time with her high school crush, Ethan Channing, brother of the bride and the boy who broke her heart.
When Ethan Channing offered to help his sister plan her fast wedding, he had no idea what a big production it would be. Nor what a dilapidated state their old family home would be in. But when he catches Mac trying to take pictures of the house for an article she’s writing, he ropes her in to helping him. It’s hard to believe the tomboy coach’s daughter he remembers from high school has turned into this beautiful fire ball of a woman. And he has to admit he doesn’t mind needing her help in planning the wedding of a lifetime.
It’s been ten years since they’ve seen each other. And ten years is a long time. But is it long enough to repair broken hearts and turn old high school crushes into love?
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About Kathryn Springer
Kathryn Springer is a full-time writer and the award-winning author of
Front Porch Princess. She won the ACFW 2009 Book of the Year award for
Family Treasures. Her most recent book, The Soldier’s Newfound Family,
hit the New York Times bestseller list in November 2012. Kathryn grew up
in northern Wisconsin, where her parents published a weekly newspaper.
As a child she spent many hours sitting at her mother’s typewriter,
plunking out stories, and credits her parents for instilling in her a
love of books—which eventually turned into a desire to tell stories of
her own. Kathryn has written nineteen books with close to two million copies
sold. She lives with her husband and three children in Marinette,
About Crestina Hardie
Julie Lyles Carr earned a bachelor of science in psychology and a bachelor of arts in English literature at Abilene Christian University. She enjoys running, laughing, photography, reading, music, writing, and, of course, speaking.