Atlanta's billionaire heiress Annie Hartford has been under her father's thumb her entire life. At 29, he is now forcing her to marry a man she doesn't love in front of 600 guests. With only moments to spare, she hijacks the family limo, which breaks down in small town Pinckney, Georgia. Annie, who has never wanted for anything, suddenly finds herself homeless, penniless, and with only the clothes on her back: a designer wedding gown and diamond tiara.
There she meets small town lawyer and restaurant owner Sam Ballard. Unlucky in love, the last thing Sam needs is a red-hot waitress who seems hell-bent on breaking every dish in his Dixieland Café. Still, he can't very well fire her; she has already won the hearts of everyone in town.
After a lifetime of riches, can Annie find happiness in a garage apartment, second-hand clothes, and making her way around town on a borrowed bicycle? And how can Sam be certain that Annie won't run home to daddy when her new life presents one obstacle after another?
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A wonderful feel good story
I really loved See Bride Run. The excellent narration along with a well written, humorous romance made this book a most enjoyable listen and one I'd recommend to my friends and family.
I loved how nice everyone was in the town and how they took Annie under their wing. The burgeoning romance between Sam and Annie was sweet and comedic. It is a really nice story and I would listen to it again.
Elizabeth Klett does an amazing job with the characters. My favourite was Darla because of her quirky personality and her adorable accent. Darla is Annie's new best friend and I loved how the narrator made her stand out from the other characters with her accent.
This book provoked a wide range of emotions and I could imagine it being made into a movie. I laughed on numerous occasions.
The spectacle Annie made of herself when she arrived at their little town was very funny.
Annie and Darla are very quick witted and I laughed at the backchat they gave to Sam when he was being a pain.
Annie's family history is tragic and sad and you can't help but feel sympathy for her. The epilogue rounds the story off in a very happy way and I found myself tearing up at the end.
I received a copy from the author via audiobook blast dot com in exchange for an honest review.
- Inishowen Cailin