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Reviewed by Trudi LoPreto for Readers' Favorite
"The Morning After" by Brenda Whiteside is a sweet love-at-first-sight short story that will make you smile. Abigail and Bobby meet at their best friend’s wedding. Bobby falls in love with Abigail on the spot. Abigail is extremely drunk and doesn’t remember much of the wedding celebration. The next morning she awakes to find Bobby in her bed and has no idea who this handsome man is or how he got there. Abigail is surprised and amazed when Bobby tells her that they also got married the night before and that she is the love of his life. Abigail is attracted to the handsome Bobby Stockwell, but unsure about the whole marriage deal. They spend some time together and Abigail becomes more and more attracted to Bobby but not without some pitfalls and concerns. Bobby remains true to his feelings and his love for Abigail never falters.
"The Morning After" is a very quick read that will leave you with a warm and fuzzy feeling. Brenda Whiteside has written a wonderful book for the romantic reader. I was hooked from the first page and stayed up late into the night to finish. "The Morning After" is ninety-eight pages of pure, cleanly presented love between two people that the reader cannot help but become emotionally attached to. Brenda Whiteside is truly a writer who knows how to please the reader. I highly recommend "The Morning After" to all women, young and old, who enjoy a good old-fashioned happy ending love-ever-after, make you feel good book.