I almost forgot to write this up!
So, a Nora romance does what a Nora romance does for me. Makes me smile, makes me chuckle, makes me tear up and makes me sigh a little, a happy sigh, at the end. La Nora is a comfort read for me.
And Vision in White doesn't lack in that category.
It's not the best Nora I've read, nor is it the worst. 4 gals run a wedding business. One stop shopping for the big day. Now this is really all lost on me because I think the money spent on these spectacles would be far better spent on a vacation or a house or a car or... well, you get my drift.
Anyway, book one is about the photographer, Mackensie and Carter, the high school English teacher. I have to say, for the first few chapters I wondered if we were going to find out that Carter was on the spectrum, but no, he was just being an iffily written safe, stable and a little befuddled guy. I liked him a lot in the second half of the book.
Anyway, sweet romance, fun dialogue and far too much details about wedding planning. *LOL* I have the other three in the Kobo for the next time I need a comfort read.