Happy Ever After

Happy Ever After

Large Print - 2010
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Bridal expert Parker "Legs" Brown meets her perfect match in Roberts's delicious ode to weddings and happy endings, the charming conclusion of the Bride Quartet (after Savor the Moment) about four childhood friends who as adults form a Connecticut wedding planning company. In the palatial Brown estate, a multitude of marriages have been celebrated while each wedding planner in turn has found her heart's desire. Cupid's target for Parker is her brother Del's friend Malcolm Kavanaugh, a former stuntman turned mechanic. Harley-riding Mal is a rough-and-tumble hunk who captures Parker's heart with twinkling eyes and steamy moves that melt her cool reserve.
Publisher: Waterville, Me. :, Thorndike Press,, 2010.
Edition: Large print edition.
ISBN: 9781410421883
Branch Call Number: LT FIC ROBE
Characteristics: 485 pages (large print) ; 23 cm.
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JCLHeatherM Dec 08, 2018

Parker Brown is a fixer by nature: she's the head of Vows, the wedding planning organization that she co-owns with her childhood best friends, MaKensie Elliot, Laurel McBane, and Emma Grant. Parker has the ability to fix a wedding crisis, run a successful business and keep everything on a tight schedule. While Parker normally doesn't schedule time for her love life, she can't help but make room for former bad-boy Malcom Kavanaugh.

This is the final book in the Bridal Quartet series, which features a delightful callback to the origins of 'Vows' and promises all four ladies an eventual 'Happy Ever After'.

Feb 01, 2016

I liked the Quartet series. It is easy and light reading with happy endings. The one thing I did not enjoy is Roberts' constant usage of the word "mused". I found it a little bit annoying that she constantly uses that word.

sablegirl Jul 31, 2012

Some might say this series of books is predictable. Sometimes it's nice to read a happy ending book. I enjoyed all and recommend them if you want some light, happy reading.

Jun 19, 2012


Jul 26, 2011

This book was the perfect conclusion to the Bride Quartet. Parker and Malcolm's story had just the right mix of sweet and spicy, lust and love, peace and conflict. I loved every second of it! And Mac's wedding toward the end was a real bonus.

May 01, 2011

surprisingly not as good as the first three in the series. this book felt too rushed and there was not as much excitement as was in the other books. nevertheless, great series overall, im disappointed that it ended so poorly.

Feb 16, 2011

As each book in this series went by they got worse. This one I could barely finish. How disappointing because the series started out so well.

Dec 28, 2010

on hold list

Nov 09, 2010

I loved the whole series, and this one ties everything into a bow. Sweet and powerful in moments...I don't know how Nora Roberts does it to pull out all those stories out of her hat, and have them all turn out good to great!


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d3ilien Feb 01, 2012

As the public face of Vows wedding planning company, Parker Brown has an uncanny knack for fulfilling every bride's vision, but she just can't see where her own life is headed, until mechanic Malcomb Kavanaugh helps her retool her priorities and gives her a good reason to risk her heart for something more.
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Nov 09, 2010

Parker's the glue that holds them all together. Four women, all friends, all talented, all working together in one business...and each contribution makes it a darned successful one too. But when three out of four have found their "one", Parker's faced with a cocky pain-in-the-behind that is in turn the most annoying guy out there...and the sweetest. If she just could figure Mal out, maybe she could focus on tweaking her outline of the perfect man.


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Jul 26, 2011

Sexual Content: Several very steamy sex scenes

Jul 26, 2011

Coarse Language: A fair amount of swearing


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Jul 26, 2011

jgrnlees thinks this title is suitable for 16 years and over


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Nov 09, 2010

P 167

“Why do we go to all this trouble?” Parker asked. “Men don’t notice anyway.”
“Because what we wear affects how we feel, how we act, how we move. And that they do notice. Especially the move. Get dressed, smoke the eyes. You’ll know you look good so you’ll feel good.”

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