By: Dianne Christner
Life is going well for Megan. She’s always wanted to marry a missionary and now she’s working with Chance, a charming and daring missionary pilot. Then Micah Zimmerman moves into her parent’s home as a pastoral candidate for their Conservative Mennonite church—and he doesn’t look anything like the gawky young man who had a crush on her in college. As Megan struggles with her own personal identity and faith, she begins to see the true difference between Chance and Micah. Will her insight come too late, or is there still time to find the hero of her dreams?
After reading Katy’s story in Something Old and Lil’s story in Something New, I had to read Something Blue to follow Megan’s story as author Dianne Christner continues the journey of these three best friends. Katy and Lil have now found love and married the man of their dreams, and now it is time for Megan.
Megan can’t believe the first new pastor candidate is the same guy that had a crush that really frustrated her while in college. And to beat it all, he would be staying in their home, because they had more room than other church members. Has Micah changed from his college years, or is his mind still set on Megan? This could be a long weekend, and even longer because it is a holiday weekend and Megan is off from work.
I thoroughly enjoyed this third book in the Plain City Bridesmaids Series. Where I thought this book started off a bit slow, it soon captured my attention and I had to keep reading until I finished the last page. The characters created by the author were real and enjoyable. I really like Megan and her close family. And Micah and Chance made the story very interesting with many twists and turns.
If you are looking for a really good, clean, sweet, light story, then you will love Something Blue. I highly recommend that you pick up a copy for your reading enjoyment. And while you are at it, go ahead and pick up Something Old and Something New and read them together. You will not be disappointed.
Thanks to Barbour Books for providing a copy of this book for me to read and review. I was not expected or required to write a positive review. The opinions in this review are mine only.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Dianne Christner’s first book was published in 1994, and she now writes full time. She has written several historical fiction titles and has started writing contemporary fiction from her experience of being raised in the Mennonite church. Dianne lives in Phoenix, Arizona, where she enjoys the beauty of her desert surroundings and life sizzles in the summer when temperatures soar above 100 degrees. Dianne and her husband have two married children and five grandchildren.