Review: The Fairytale Bride by Scarlet Wilson

The Fairytale Bride

Author: Scarlet Wilson
Publisher: Tule Publishing
Page Count: 112 pages
Format: E-Arc
Source: Publisher
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Series: Montana Born Brides
Heat Level: Sweet & Mild
Release Date: 


25218449Wedding fever has hit the little town of Marietta…

Lisa Renee loves weddings. As owner of Marietta’s bridal salon, Lisa takes charge when a celebrity wedding rolls into town and does what she does best: hosting the fairy tale wedding her clients dream of. But the celebrity’s badly behaving bridesmaids shatter Lisa’s poise, excitement, and hopes of putting Marietta and her boutique on the map. The only place she can find peace is on the pediatric ward of the local hospital where she volunteers, a place that holds more meaning to her than anyone knows. Leave it to the handsome and charming new doctor to change all of that…

Dr. Adam Brady is enjoying his new job and anonymity at Marietta’s hospital, but he hasn’t been able to focus entirely since the gorgeous business owner and hard-working volunteer piqued his interest. As he spends more time with her, sparks fly, and he realizes that he’s not the only one in Marietta with secrets…


* ARC provided by Publisher in exchange for a fair and honest review *

First Impression: Well-written, with a romantic sweetness that draws readers in.

The Fairy Tale Bride is the first book I’ve read by Scarlet Wilson and the first book in the Montana Born Brides series by Tule Publishing. The lead characters are charming, the story sweet, and exactly what I would expect from this book given the title. It has a very real fairy tale feel to it, and yet, contemporary romance readers will relate to it because it also has a very modern, updated feel as well.

I really enjoyed this read. Some elements reminded me of things I’ve loved in a some of the romance movies I watched over the years, which makes the book both a fun new read and a familiar comfort. The story was sweet, with a little bit of angst, but short enough that it didn’t get bogged down in a lot of unnecessary complications or side stories. It was the perfect length for the story being told, and in an easy to read, easy to love kind of way.

If you like sweet romance stories that make you smile and sigh, The Fairy Tale Bride is the perfect romantic read. It will sweep you up and immerse you in the Marietta world so completely that you’ll wonder where the time went after reading it.

I loved it!


* The Fairy Tale Bride *



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(At time of posting)

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You can do so by visiting the Publisher’s website here


Scarlet Wilson wrote her first story aged 8 and has never stopped. She’s worked in the health service for over 20 years, training as a nurse and a health visitor, and now currently works within public health. Writing romances is a dream come true for Scarlet and she’s published with Harlequin Mills and Boon, Tule Publishing and Entangled Publishing. Scarlet lives on the West Coast of Scotland with her fiancé and their two sons. She loves to hear from readers and can be reached via her website.


Deanna | OkieDreams

Deanna Lynn has been a substitute teacher, a baker, a website designer, a ceramic artist, a business co-owner and a sales and marketing manager for a ceramic shop in Oklahoma. She reads widely, laughs often and loves to talk about writing, books, and this confusing thing called life.

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