It’s the time of year for this reviewer to put her feet up and relax in her favorite chair with a cup of coffee or tea and a book in her hand. This season that book is HAPPILY EVER AFTER by Nora Roberts, the final installment of her Bride Quartet. The community that Roberts creates with her characters is so real that it seems like one might run into these people at the bookstore, library or shopping mall. Readers feel happy when love enters their lives, the way one would be for good friends.
It was Parker Brown’s idea to create a partnership with her friends, producing weddings. The childhood make-believe game of getting married is now a grow