A season of hope . . .'Tis the season in Shenandoah Falls and the first time Willow Peterson has been home in years. But she's determined to fulfill the wishes of her recently deceased best friend and restore Eagle Hill Manor to its former glory-all in time to host the perfect holiday wedding. She just has to get the owner of the historic inn to hire her. Unfortunately, that means dealing with Scrooge himself...
After the death of his wife, David Lyndon has a bah-humbug approach to Christmas. But as December counts down and the wedding planning is in full swing, it's harder and harder to stay immune to the charms of Willow, especially when he sees how much joy she brings his eight-year-old daughter. After a simple kiss under the mistletoe turns into something more, David is hoping he can turn the magic of the holiday season into the love of a lifetime.
- Series: Chapel of Love (Book 1)
- Mass Market Paperback: 336 pages
- Publisher: Forever (September 27, 2016)
My review: A Christmas Bride by Hope Ramsay (Chapel of Love #1)
A Christmas Bride is full of characters. A whole range of them. I love to read about them and want more of these characters. They get into a lot of fun. I want to go to their painting party or the wedding.
This follows A Fairytale Bride. Where Jeff and Melissa fell in love. Now they are planning a wedding. Melissa is unhappy with the big wedding Jeff's family wants. It is causing a big fight.
Willow Peterson has moved back home because she is a whistle blower. The company she worked for is saying she is a unhappy employee and ex of chairman who was dumped. She is sueing the company to stop there fraud.
Willow tells Melissa about her friend's wedding to David Lyndon that his mother planned too. How Natalie cried before her wedding because it was not what she wanted.
Willow gets the idea to help Melissa have the small local wedding she wants. She gets the idea to be a wedding planner and try and get the funding to buy David's property.
David Lyndon has a little girl. He misses his wife who died two years ago. He is pulled between helping his cousin have the wedding he wants, and having the big wedding with big political wedding his family wants. David has to make some big decisions about
The setting is a small town in the blue ridge mountains of Shenandoah Falls, Virginia
I read the first two books right after each other and wish I could read the next one already. I like Hope Ramsay
I was given a ARC of A Christmas Bride from NetGalley and Forever. In exchanged for a honest review.