Friday, October 19, 2018

A Wedding One Christmas by Therese Beharrie

A Wedding One Christmas

My Rating: 3.5 stars
written by: Therese Beharrie
Print Length: 223 pages
Publisher: Carina Press
Publication Date: November 19, 2018
Sold by: Harlequin Digital Sales Corp.

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Of all the weddings in all the world, Angie Roux had to be mistaken for a bridesmaid in this one.

Caledon, South Africa, is supposed to be just a stop on the way to Christmas in Cape Town, part of Angie’s long-avoided homecoming. She never expected to star in a bizarre comedy of errors, but here she is: convincing a handsome stranger to be her fake boyfriend for the day.

Ezra Johnson, the handsome stranger in question, turns out to be a pleasant distraction from both the wedding and thoughts of her first family Christmas without her father. And he seems to loathe weddings just as much as she does. He’s the perfect temporary companion.

But a lot can happen in twenty-four hours. Including a connection so strong it tempts them both into thinking of something more permanent…

A Wedding One ChristmasA Wedding One Christmas by Therese Beharrie

A Wedding One Christmas is a quirky series of outrageously funny events thrust upon Angie and Ezra both heading home with baggage in tow.

Angie is returning home for the first time in years and since her father’s death.

Ezra is teacher, returning after a failed 7-year relations.

Their chance meeting ignites deep self-reflection the subsequent realization that both have carried emotional scars for years without truly dealing with the circumstances and facing life.

It’s a story of person growth surrounded by humor and chemistry that just can’t be denied.

A Wedding One Christmas was 3.5 star read for me. I appreciated the strong balance of humor while dealing with the emotions. For me, I appreciate less internal and verbal dialog that leans toward sitting in with a counselor and more of the personality and wit that truly creates the emotional bond.

I received this copy of A Wedding One Christmas from HARLEQUIN - Carina Press. This is my honest and voluntary review.

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