9/28/2009

Three Weddings and A Barmitzvah

Three Weddings and a Bar Mitzvah
86 Bloomberg Place
Melody Carlson
2009
David C Cook
Fiction/Christian/Contemporary

Reviewed by Cindy Loven

The final installment of the 86 Bloomberg Place series, Three Weddings and a Bar Mitzvah will stand alone. Melody Carlson, brings us the story of four girls, with completely different personalities, from different walks of life, different backgrounds. Living in Kendall's grandmother's home, Kendall, Megan, Anna, and Lelani and her daughter Emma have become family to each other.

Kendall, pregnant with a married man's child and engaged to be married, is planning a wedding. Lelani, also engage is too planning a wedding. They decide to have the weddings on the same day.

Follow this story as each young lady comes to terms and grows in their relationships with each other, with their boyfriends or finacees. Feel their stress as they plan these weddings quickly, deal with family issues and life issues.

I truly enjoyed this story, more than I am able to portray with words. I am afraid to say too much and give away the story, but it is truly a story of healing and growing and completion. Ending with discussion questions for books clubs and groups. Definitely a wonderful book to end the series. Four stars 294 pages $14.99 US

Disclaimer, no payment was received for this review, only compensation was the book, sent from the publicist which was used to write the review

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