The Wedding Shop By: Rachel Hauck I love the cover of the wedding dress in the window. We’ve all had a Rufus and Birch or a Dax and Cole in our lives, guess if we knew in advance what they were like we’d know exactly whom to pick the first time and not waste all those years waiting on the wrong person. As Rachel is weaving a beautiful tapestry of years gone by of the 1930’s with Cora and with the years of 1900’s with Haley we’ll see the tapestry take on a life of sadness and heart ache, dishonesty and then as God comes to their rescue you’ll see a beautiful tapestry of all that blended together with the heart ache in with richness of God’s presence of hope, change and blessings. So as you travel the journey with Cora in 1930’s waiting for the love of her life, Capitan Rufus on the river boat to come back and make her his wife, and then with Haley in the years in 1900’s dealing with her time in the air force, the lost of a dear friend. Haley comes home to start a new life and keep a promise she and her friend Tammy made when they played in an old wedding shop when they were 10 years old, so as they left the wedding shop in the year 1996 they made a pinky promise and a dream they wanted to come true, of opening the wedding shop up once again. Two good friends and a dream they shared when they were so very young. So as Haley reached home with a heavy heart, no trust the one thing she kept alive was the dream and promise Tammy and Haley had as young friends. So Haley knew she wanted to keep her promise, this was also the only way Haley felt she could keep her friends name alive. So as your journey ends between the years gone by and 1900’s you’ll see the tapestry being finished and woven into beauty of love, forgiveness and happiness. Happy Adventure!!!! I recommend this book highly it truly is a master piece. I received this book free for an honest review from book look. I was not required to write a positive review just an honest one. The opinions I have expressed are entirely my own and no one else’s. 5 Stars ISBN 978-0-310-34154-3

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