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Five Brides (English Edition) di [Everson, Eva Marie]
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One dress, five women, a lifetime of memories.
Five single, fiercely independent women live together in a Chicago apartment in the early 1950s but rarely see one another. One Saturday afternoon, as they are serendipitously together downtown, they spy a wedding dress in a storefront window at the famous Carson, Pirie, Scott & Co. After trying it on—much to the dismay of the salesclerk and without a single boyfriend or date between the five of them—they decide to pool their money to purchase it. Can one dress forever connect five women who live together only a short time before taking their own journeys to love and whatever comes happily ever after?

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  • Formato: Formato Kindle
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  • Lunghezza stampa: 475
  • Editore: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc. (21 maggio 2015)
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  • Lingua: Inglese
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5.0 su 5 stelle Five Brides stays with you even after the last page is turned 21 maggio 2016
Di Cindy_Huff - Pubblicato su
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
Eva Marie Everson takes the reader back to 1950s Chicago. Five woman share an apartment. Each different, yet they all wear the same size. They see a gorgeous wedding dress in the window at Carson Pierre Scott. And on a lark decide to go in and try it on. Each looks stunning in it. Even though none of them are engaged they agree to pool their resources and purchases the dress.
There actually were five women who bought a wedding dress to share from Carson Pierre Scott in the 1950s. And that is what made this book so intriguing to me. It was fun to get inside the heads of these women. Joan, a Brit in America to work and send money home to her family in war ravaged England. Betty, rebelling against her wealthy parents by becoming a working girl. Inga and Magda , Minnesota sisters who are nothing alike. And Evelyn a Georgia farm girl looking for something more in the big city.
Eva Marie’s beautifully crafted story gave me a feel of a time gone by when women weren’t expected to be smart or pursue careers. She also captured the moral standard of the time both the good and the bad. Even with so many main characters the action kept moving. Each woman finds love in unexpected places. (Like readers want it to be easy.) The uniqueness of the relationships and the struggles evolving around them showcased the era with authenticity. Little known events that significantly shaped our world during this time are captured on the pages of this story.
I love Eva Marie’s writing style, it always moves me and the story stays with me long after I’ve read the last page. Five Brides is no exception. Loved, loved, love it.
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4.0 su 5 stelle I really loved this book 24 settembre 2015
Di Kristen - Pubblicato su
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I really loved this book! It did get a little confusing at times having 5 main characters plus all of the secondary characters. But for the most part I really enjoyed this novel. I did feel that the ending was rushed and it left me with some questions about some of the characters. I would love a follow up novel to see how the characters lives turned out. But the story and the premise were great. And even better that part of it was based on a true person/story. Would recommend to those who love a good historical with some romance thrown in.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Five Brides 11 ottobre 2015
Di pengie - Pubblicato su
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I did not know that when I began reading this book that I was going to need a score card to keep up with all of the characters.

Betty and Patrick
Joan and Robert
Inga and Axel
Magda and Barry
Evelyn and Edwin

The five girls begin as roommates and slowly settle in together into their jobs and into their combined friendships. On a rare day, they were all off work and all enjoying an afternoon together, and as they were walking downtown, they see a wedding dress in a store window. They all try it on, and decide to pitch in and buy it. It will be the dress for each of their weddings. Betty was going to be the keeper of the dress and each girl who wore it would have it cleaned after the wedding and returned to Betty. Whoever married last got to keep the dress and hand it down to her daughters or granddaughters. The story opens and closes with Evelyn's daughter telling HER daughter the story of the dress.

The only story that kept me a bit confused was Joan and Robert's story, but it cleared itself up for me in jig time. Eva Marie Everson has taken a post-war world and turned it on its side with five independent, modern women who are trying to take their world by storm. Through their work they all happen to meet the men who seem to be the men of their dreams, and except for Inga, those meetings turn into lifetime commitments. The way Eva Marie Everson has meshed all five of these couples' love stories together makes an entertaining read. In spite of the sheer number of characters, Eva Marie has been able to develop them into complex people who live real lives and have real problems that are universal to nearly all women, and yet they somehow seem to survive and thrive. Each of their episodes become a living testament to their integrity, their ingenuity, and their indomitable spirits.

I have to give this book five stars, two thumbs up, and a wedding dress to share with your four best friends.

Tyndale House is to be thanked for allowing me to read and review this book. My only obligation was to give my honest opinion.
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4.0 su 5 stelle Delightful 20 maggio 2016
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A delightful story of 5 young women who become friends and on a whim find a wedding dress they all love, pool their money together, purchase it and decide to all wear it when they marry. The last to marry gets to keep the dress. The kicker to the story is one of the stories told of these 5 women is true. Will you guess which it will be?
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5.0 su 5 stelle A "stay up all night reading" book 23 giugno 2015
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This book was by far one of my favorite summer reads. Five women, five lives, one dress. The way that God was woven into the story was both subtle and captivating. I loved the vivid descriptions of the clothes, the food, the architecture and the music. I could imagine myself laughing on the streets of Chicago, drinking hot coffee in the chilly German air, or smelling the beautiful flowers of a southern spring. Another great book by Eva Marie.
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