Ghosted at the Altar
post written by Emma Filbrun
Title: Ghosted at the Altar
Author: Chautona Havig
Series: New Cheltenham Shopkeepers
Major Themes: Christian Fiction, Romance
Synopsis: Brenna abandoned Mitchell at the altar—why? And could anything be done to fix things up?
Some books are a given—I know before they are even written that I will read them, and like them. Ghosted at the Altar is one of those. If Chautona Havig writes a book, I will read it, and I will like it. There is just no question about that. A couple of years ago, she wrote The Ghosts of New Cheltenham; this one is a sequel, telling the story of what happened to Mitchell and Brenna two years later.
Mitchell couldn’t wait to see Brenna coming up the aisle to him. Imagine his shock when the doors at the back of the church opened—to nothing. Where was Brenna? What happened to her? As for Brenna, she had no idea she would bolt from the altar until she found herself running desperately through the streets. What could have happened? What could fix this?
Enter Lauren, kid-sister, bridesmaid, and amateur sleuth. She set herself to finding the “why” of her sister’s flight, and fixing the problem. Brenna had to get married to Mitchell—she just had to! And time was running out. How could Lauren and Mitchell get everything solved so that Mitchell and Brenna could still get married?
Ghosted at the Altar is a great story. It isn’t a deep one; I would consider it more fluffy than otherwise. It is a good glimpse into what effect past trauma can have on your life, and the need for forgiving yourself for dumb mistakes and moving on, accepting other people’s forgiveness for what you’ve done. If you enjoy light romance and second chances, give this book a try.
I received a free copy of this book from the author, and these are my honest thoughts about it.
Reading Independently—15 and Above, Adults
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Keywords: Christian Fiction, Romance Fiction, Books for Women, Inspirational Fiction