Blind-Date Bride

  • Title: Blind-Date Bride
  • Author: Jillian Hart
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 332
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Blind Date Bride Getting stood up on a blind date was the best thing that could happen to police officer Max Decker No small talk No personal questions No lies And no pretending he s ready to give his heart to anyone
    Getting stood up on a blind date was the best thing that could happen to police officer Max Decker No small talk No personal questions No lies And no pretending he s ready to give his heart to anyone Anyone like vulnerable Brianna McKaslin who was stood up in the same restaurant The lovely, kind, Christian woman is everything the embittered cop used to dream about inGetting stood up on a blind date was the best thing that could happen to police officer Max Decker No small talk No personal questions No lies And no pretending he s ready to give his heart to anyone Anyone like vulnerable Brianna McKaslin who was stood up in the same restaurant The lovely, kind, Christian woman is everything the embittered cop used to dream about in a bride And Max can t be the one who lets her get away.

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      Published :2020-01-08T14:21:04+00:00

    About Jillian Hart


    1. Jillian Hart grew up on her family s homestead in Washington state, where she raised cattle, rode horses and scribbled stories in her spare time After earning her English degree from Whitman College, she worked in travel and advertising before selling her first novel When Jillian isn t working on her next story, she can be found puttering around her rose garden, curled up with a good book and spending quiet evenings at home with her family.


    395 Comments


    1. Sappy sweet but a wonderful story.

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    2. I'm not sure this author has ever been to Bozeman, MT. I lived there for three years, and I've got to say, considering this book supposedly takes place there, it just doesn't feel like Bozeman to me. Except for the tater tots at the Mexican restaurant, that was authentic.Brianna gets stood up again. This blind dating business isn't obviously for her. But then, Max Decker is also stood up. He wasn't really ready to date anyway, just felt pressured into it, but as he and Brianna strike up a conver [...]

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    3. Blind-Date Bride by Jillian Hart Book 1 in Series 4 of the McKaslin'sBrianna McKaslin and her twin sister, Brandilyn, have come through a lot together. A criminal father and a drunken mother left them with a bleak childhood. Brianna has survived a shooting but she suffers from the post traumatic stress. And now she is facing her third no show blind-date in a row. But she is still optimistic that one day God will give her the family life she did not have growing up. She works in her cousin Ava's [...]

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    4. I found this book at Koorong when I was there at Christmas time and had to buy it. This is the first in a new series of the McKaslin Clan. We see Brianna on a blind date which she has been stood up for when in comes Max who is also on a blind date and his date also stands him up. Neither want to go on these dates but there family and friends tend to wear them down so they give in. Brianna is recovering from a trauma that left her fighting for her life and Max is a police officer who has closed h [...]

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    5. I remember reading snippits aobut Bree and Brandi in the 3rd McKaslin series, and am happy to have the chance to read about them and their branch of the McKaslin clan in this 4th series. (Side note, anyone else reading these McKaslin stories really want Jillian to post a pedigree chart/family group sheets for them? I'm having a hard time keeping track of who is related to who, and how! *grin*)Like with all other Jillian Hart novels, this one is as sweet as a cup of cocoa, and as gently satisfyin [...]

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    6. Jillian Hart is one of the best at making me chuckle and feel a part of the lives of her characters; it seems to be her gift. Some of the things that happen seem so funny, but plausible. This is Brianna McKaslin's story, and I really enjoyed it. Aside from wishing there was some additional tension and/or action at times, I loved the story. The two main characters have very realistic reactions to events that remind them of past traumatic events in their lives, and that makes them very endearing a [...]

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    7. Max and Bree met when both of their blind dates stood them up. Both of them come from less than desirable backgrounds that have caused relational problems. Bree is the kind of loving, caring Christian woman who is always hopeful and the kind of woman that Max longs for; however, he doesn't know if he can open his heart to her. Bree sees Max as her knight in shining armor and is praying for a loving husband and family after what she has been through. Both have to work through their issues.

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    8. I loved this book! Jillian did an amazing job with the characters, portraying their fears and struggles. I like how the characters struggled with their issues without the hero and heroine being at each others throats - rather, they pushed through and got to know each other and understood each other as nobody else did. Great job, Jillian!

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    9. Why, Grandma? Why did you give me a plastic bag of cheap novels to fill my silly little middle school head with? Oh they're clean, they couldn't be otherwise, 'tis a Christian publishing company! But really, not good head-filling material for young girls wondering about love. This can't be all there is to life. Sorry.

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    10. This book by Jillian Hart is part of her "The McKaslin Clan" story line. I call it a story line because they are stand alone stories and don't need to be read in any order. Blind-Date Bride is about Brianna McKaslin who is trying to find stability in her life after a robbery/shoting left her shaken to the core.

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    11. Brianna's blind date doesn't show up at the same restaurant where Max is stood up by his blind date. The two of them are thrown together but have to learn to trust again. As usual, Jillian Hart has written a touching romance.

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    12. Inspirational romance. Borderline cheesy but a good rainy afternoon read.

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    13. Bree and Max both have poor experiences with blind dates. Brianna's twin Brandi and step / half siblings all come together to support each other. Will that be enough? Can she and Max make a life ?

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    14. Max Decker and Brianna McKaslin both meet because of their blind dates never showed up at the bakery cafe. Will they find love or will they not? Read to find out.

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    15. Nice story with just the right amount of unpredictability. Liked the characters and their wholesomeness. Happy ending that was nicely executed. Will have to read the others in the series.

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    16. More like 3.5 stars. The title sounds a little cheesy, but the book has something more to it.

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    17. This book possibly just wasn't my style of book. I thought that the story was drug out way too long.

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    18. If you are a sucker for romance this book by Jillian Hart will deliver. It was cute and had great lines in it that make you "feel" the romance as it happens. Good writer, fun quick read.

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