A Model Bride (The Macleans #1)

A Model Bride The Macleans Her plans for her Europe trip didn t include falling in love When Tiffany Gallagher flies to London from L A to spend the holidays with her family volunteering at a homeless shelter on Christmas Day

  • Title: A Model Bride (The Macleans #1)
  • Author: Autumn Macarthur
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 300
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Her plans for her Europe trip didn t include falling in love When Tiffany Gallagher flies to London from L.A to spend the holidays with her family, volunteering at a homeless shelter on Christmas Day and getting nowhere with her job search aren t part of her plan Nor is having to travel with Mac, the wounded and cynical Scottish photojournalist also volunteering at theHer plans for her Europe trip didn t include falling in love When Tiffany Gallagher flies to London from L.A to spend the holidays with her family, volunteering at a homeless shelter on Christmas Day and getting nowhere with her job search aren t part of her plan Nor is having to travel with Mac, the wounded and cynical Scottish photojournalist also volunteering at the shelter, to get the New Year s Eve she d dreamed of, an Edinburgh Hogmanay Determined to prove to her family and to herself that she s good at something other than shopping, she sets up an ambitious back to work partnership between the shelter and Pettett Mayfield s department store But her scheme means she and Mac are thrown together, as he s working at the shelter while he recovers from a bomb blast When he turns the camera on her to help her get a modelling job, she begins to see past his wounds Neither is looking for love, but love finds them anyway, though they know it can t last when their plans are taking them in different directions Can they learn in time that no matter what they ve planned, God s loving purpose for their lives can t be denied Book 1 in The Macleans series of sweet inspirational romances set in Scotland Please note This is NOT a new release This story is also published as Book 3 in the Love In Store series There s no need to read either series in order Each story is a complete romance, following a different couple through the trials and joys of a developing love, deepening their faith in the process, until they re ready for the happy ever after God has planned for them A Model Bride is a clean and sweet Christian romance Includes New Year s Eve dancing, a little kissing, and a doubting cynical hero, as well as British spelling Complete with British English Glossary 54,000 words, approximately 212 print pages

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    About “Autumn Macarthur”

    1. Autumn Macarthur

      Autumn Macarthur is an Australian writer of inspirational romance living near London with her very English husband, three spoiled cats, and a guinea pig with a dandelion addiction She loves reading, cooking, gardening, and writing deeply emotional stories to make you smile and remind you how big and wide and deep God s love and forgiveness can be.She tends to talk a little too much, laugh a little too loud, and eat a little than maybe she should She s thankful to be blessed with some good friends and a very patient husband Most of all, she s eternally grateful for God s great love and mercy.When she s not talking to her strawberry plants or cherry blossoms, she can be found blogging at faithhopeandheartwarming on Facebook as Autumn Macarthur, and on Twitter as autumnmacarthur.She d love to hear from you Sign up for the newsletter at her blog and access exclusive subscriber only behind the book content and giveaways

    146 thoughts on “A Model Bride (The Macleans #1)”

    1. Definitely Sweet and Clean! I enjoyed this delightful love story written with 'a touch of England and a lot of Scotland'. Tiffany is a lovely character and well-developed. Colin or Mac as he is commonly known is a rogue or thinks he is, but not really, he just needed to turn his life over to God and follow God's leading. I loved the shelter or 'soup kitchen' details and how each of the characters from the shelter were described and knitted within the story so that they became part of Tiffany's l [...]

    2. A sweet inspirational read which touched my heart. This clean read introduces us to a woman who has plans for her life but is struggling with them lining up with the will of God or the plans of her family. But you know the old saying make plans and God laughs. Well nothing goes according to her plan but when the praises go up the blessings reign down. A beautifully written story about life, obedience, letting go and seeking, all things we must do in order to hear and follow. Well written without [...]

    3. I am normally one that can push through a book, especially if I believe it to be a good one. However, "A Model Bride" started out very well but then sort of drizzled out around the middle, and then towards the end I kind of lost interest in this book all together. The overall concept for this story has been wonderful, with a compelling story-line, there was just something missing from everything.

    4. God is LoveTwo people in London, just for two months, both feeling like failures, but so drawn to each other. Their lives are headed in different directions, how could they ever find a way together? But does God have better plans for them?

    5. Finding love right in front of you!Tremendous story. Love the charactersey jump off the pages at you. Mac & Tiff work through obstacles to find each other to be just what God ordered. Love the tour of Scotland!!

    6. Big deal in. TrustI don't think I can do this for justice in this book. It is the best story of love and support you will find a true story of how God can get your attention and help youBERT Hewett

    7. Loved itI really enjoyed the story! I thought that the emotional ties between the two primary characters were strong and undeniable! I love that the story is clean but yet still has romance and drama!

    8. Finding ThemselvesTiffany and Mac thought they knew what they wanted to do with their lives. Falling in love wasn't it. Sometimes God has other plans. An awesome story. There were a few typos though.

    9. wonderful. Much better that i was expecting, i love when God is part of the story and not something mention in a chapter, if you like Christian clean romance;this one is just for you! 😏

    10. Wonderful storyThis is a well written story with characters that are not perfect. An excellent job of showing how the main characters deal with real issues and grow through them.

    11. My thoughtsIt was an unforgettable read. Very hard to put down. The characters were perfectly chosen. A well written book. Look forward to the next book.

    12. I was so blessed to receive a copy of A Model Bride by Autumn Macarthur, book number three of the Love In Store series. Once again Autumn Macarthur has presented a totally charming contemporary Christian romance set in both London and Scotland. But her books are so much more - always containing a deep message that will have the reader questioning the depth of their own walk with God.Tiffany is an American pastor's daughter who finds herself as a volunteer, along with the rest of her family, at a [...]

    13. Love Triumphs AgainThis is absolutely one of the best romance books that I have read. If Great Britain and Scotland interest you, then you are in luck as the story is set in these two countries.As the story opens Mac is a famous photojournalist who has been wounded in Afghanistan and is eagerly awaiting a medical release in order to return to the war. When he gets the release, he will be once more embedded in an army unit in the Middle East. He is a loner. Tiffany feels that her family thinks sh [...]

    14. A Model Bride ( Love in Store book 3 )By: Autumn MacarthurThis is the third book in this series, but it can be read as a stand alone. I did not have any problem following the story or the characters. A Model Bride is the first book i have read by Autumn Macarthur and it want be my last. I absolutely loved the story and the characters. Autumn Macarthur has did a wonderful job of penning this story. When I started reading it , I did not want to put it down till the end. This is a Christian Christm [...]

    15. Sweet Christmas RomanceI know I’m not alone when I say just how much I enjoy sweet Christian romances. A Model Bride is a wonderful story of two people who are together in both London and Scotland for the holidays and beyond. While they struggle to keep their relationship on the surface and relate to each other just as friends, God has other things in store for them. Mac is an injured war photojournalist who is tough and focused on his career. Tiffany is a want-to-be fashion designer and is co [...]

    16. I AM SMALL, BUT THOU ART MIGHTYWhat a sweet and inspirational story. Collin better known as Mac is back in the UK recovering from a bomb blast that severely injured his leg. He is a war photojournalist and while in London recovering has been volunteering at a shelter. Tiffany Gallagher is in the UK along with her family on a temporary visa and had been trying to get on as an intern in the fashion industry. She feels that everyone in her family looks down on her as superficial because of her fash [...]

    17. I haven’t read the previous 2 books in this series but you don’t need to in order to follow the storyline in A Model Bride. This is the story of Mac, an injured war photojournalist who has lost his faith in God (a pastor’s son) and Tiffany, a want to be fashion designer, who everyone sees as fluffy on the outside but is really strong on the inside (also a pastor’s kid). They meet in England at a homeless shelter where Mac is taking advertising pictures to help show support for the shelte [...]

    18. A Model Bride is another wonderful installment in Autumn Macarthur's Love In Store series, and the novel can be read as a stand alone book as well. A Model Bride is a beautifully written Christian romance that touched my heart. Mac and Tiffany are on different paths in life, so they try to resist their strong attraction to each other. Mac is a war photographer whose goal is to return to war zone as soon as his wound heals. Tiffany is eager to prove herself in fashion industry and show that she's [...]

    19. Wonderful character developmentMac is a wounded military photographer taking a temp position to photograph at a shelter for the homeless. Dealing with a lot of war related issues from his injury and leading up to it, he loses his Faith in God. Tiffany, on the outside seems fluffy and shallow, but wants to prove to the world and her family she has more to her while volunteering at the homeless shelter. Watch as both characters develop and romance blossom with a strong influence of Faith in God th [...]

    20. A model bride This a third in a series but can be read without reading the other books since even though set in the same place it does not continue from the other books but does mention some of the characters from the first books but that would not matter. Mac is a photographer that got hurt while taking photos in the war and trying to recover. It is set in England, I enjoy reading the words use there. Tiffany is in England with her family for Christmas and she is volunteering at the homeless sh [...]

    21. This is the third book in a series but it can be read as a stand alone. I have enjoyed each book I have read by this author, and this one was no exception. It is a wonderful Christian romance with characters and a story line that kept me reading from the first pages. The author has a wonderful ability to make you feel as if you are living the story with the characters. I was given a copy of the book by the author in return for an honest review. This is definitely one I recommend as a delightful [...]

    22. A Model BrideSweet English Christian romance. Tiffany seems flighty and feather-brained, but once you get to know her, you will find that she does have strength and substance. Colin "Mac" MacLean, is a bitter war photographer on leave to heal from a leg injury that occurred when a bomb went off while he was trying to rescue a young Arab boy. Cry along with Mac and Tiffany as they struggle to figure out God's will for their lives.

    23. This Christmas romance is part of a series but can be read alone. The author has done a suburb job with the storyline and characters. Interwoven into the storyline is the message that God has a plan for each of our lives. It is interesting to see what it takes and how God's plan for the characters of this book come about. I was given a copy of this book for an honest review.

    24. I was given a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Autumn Macarthur does not disappoint. This is another wonderfully written book with a great storyline. This story shows what amazing things God can do with your life when you try to live the life He wants for you rather than what you want.

    25. A Model Bride is an awesome Christian romance. I love books that take me to faraway places and take place during the Christmas season. Great writing style and great characters. This is book three in a great series but can be read as a standalone book. I highly recommend this book as well as books 1 and 2.

    26. I had the honor of reviewing this book for the author. The characters in this book are amazing. Mac and Tiff are amazing how they helped the homeless. Once you start reading this book you won't be able to stop

    27. A very good book.I chose this. rating because I liked this book very much. I like love stories. This author really holds your interest. I would recommend this book to all my friends.

    28. Christian romance taking place in London and Scotland. I felt I was missing context by not having read others in the series. I did like the glimpse of Scottish holiday traditions.

    29. ExceptionalThis book was right up there with the best. This sequel had all the good characters and the the plot was great with the ending.

    30. I liked this book. It kept me on the edge of my seat. It was a clean, Christian book. It wasn't too preachy and it wasn't pushy. I think it was just right.

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