The Convenient Groom

If I was asked to describe ‘Convenient Groom’ by Denise Hunter in three words, I’d say it’s ‘sweet’, ‘innocent’ and ‘romantic’.

Convenient Groom by Denise Hunter is a well written romance and I couldn’t help but feel warm all over while reading this story. The author wasted no time in introducing conflict at the beginning of this story, and I love how Christian elements were embedded in this story.

The author brought up a lot of issue in this story. One of it is that expressing oneself to the one you love, following God’s plans, blessing in disguise and opening yourself up to wondrous possibilities by being brave.

Convenient Groom is inspiring, easy to read sweet romance and wonderfully written. Highly recommended for romance lovers. It’s a keeper. At least to me it is. I enjoyed this book very much.

I rate this book 4 out of 5 stars. I received an ARC of this book from Thomas Nelson Publisher as a part of their Advance Reader Program. I was not compensated in any ways for writing this review.

Book description

She wrote the book–literally–on finding the right mate. But does she really understand what love’s about?

Five hours before her Nantucket beach wedding–and on the eve of her big book launch–celebrity marriage counselor Kate Lawrence has everything in place.

Everything, that is, but the groom. She might not have a career, either, when her nationwide audience finds out their marriage guru has been left at the altar.

Enter Lucas Wright, who offers to stand in for the missing husband-to-be and marry her. Kate’s desperate enough to agree–although she’s sure this Mr. Wright is completely wrong for her. Can they pull it off? And why would Lucas marry her in the first place?

With her life spinning out of control, Kate wonders what good her carefully laid plans are if they only lead to chaos. Could it be that “Dr. Kate” doesn’t know the first thing about love? When she seeks God’s will instead of her own, Kate finally discovers true and lasting love.


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One Response to The Convenient Groom

  1. cheeyee says:

    Eh did not aware TN has this book. Pinjam?

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