Monday, December 28, 2015

A Winter Wedding by Brenda Novak


One Christmas can change your life…

Kyle Houseman believes he'll never find anyone he could love as much as Olivia Arnold, who's now married to his stepbrother. Not only did he lose her, he's been through one divorce and has no desire to go through another. He's determined to be extra careful about the next woman he gets involved with—which is why he fights his attraction to the beautiful stranger who rents his farmhouse for the Christmas holiday.

Lourdes Bennett is a country music artist. She's only planning to stay in Whiskey Creek long enough to write the songs for her next album—the album that's going to put her back on top. Her dreams don't include settling in a town even smaller than the one she escaped. But as she comes to know Kyle, she begins to wonder if she'd be making a terrible mistake to leave him behind…

My review:  A Winter Wedding by Brenda Novak
3 stars
Brenda again makes characters that I thought I might not like from previous story line into ones that I could understand why they acted that way in the past.  Wanted them to get there own happy story.
Kyle Houseman was a sad guy for a lot of books. He was in love with Olivia but after she moved away slept with her sister and got Noelle pregnant.  While Olivia than married Kyle 's stepbrother Brandon.  So Kyle still loves his sister-in-law Olivia and divorced Noelle.
Lourdes Bennett is a singer who is in the middle of her own soap opera life right now.  Lourdes has come to Whiskey Creek to write songs.  She wants to hideout at Kyle's farm house that he rented out. Her manager boyfriend decided at last minute not to come. The farm house furnace is not working and a storm is on its way.
Lourdes comes to stay at Kyle's home till he can get furnace repaired because she does not want to be in a public place.  Lourdes wants to have a come back album.

I liked seeing Lourdes and Kyle become friends and help each other out.  Did not like the sex scenes.
I loved Riley & Phoenix's wedding.  How all the friends helped with it.

I was given this ebook to read by Net Galley and Harlequin.  In return I agreed to give a honest review of A Winter Wedding.

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