Thursday, June 10, 2010
Sixteen Brides was enjoyable to read. I have to say that I'm glad the author did not actually attempt to cover each life of each of the sixteen women. She conveniently dismissed a few of them and chose to focus in on about six of them. I liked this book, though I found it a little too unauthentic in that each of the women find the perfect mate for them. In reality, I can not imagine that happening though I suppose it could. It was a cute story. Perfect for curling up under a blanket on a rainy day.
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