Marry Me At Christmas by Susan Mallery is just the right romance novel to get readers into the upcoming holiday season!
Madeline Krug should have known something was up when Mayor Marsha walked into her bridal boutique. Madeline certainly didn’t realize that when she was agreeing to help a local plan a wedding that it was actually the Jonny Blaze who needed help. Jonny had recently moved into town and was hoping to blend in, and have a normal life outside of his acting career. What better way to learn the town then throw his sister her wedding there?
Now Madeline just has to tamp down her crush on Jonny in order to make it through the wedding planning. She’s surprised to find out just how much she enjoys his company, and his family as well. While Jonny appreciates having a friend that treats him like, well a normal person. But will they be able to stay in the friend zone when they’re so obviously attracted to each other?
‘Marry Me At Christmas’ book review:
If you’re a fan of the holiday spirit, Marry Me At Christmas will give you all the right feelings. With Mallery’s ability at writing vivid scenery readers will feel like they’re right there as the snow is falling for a romantic setting. We’re a little sad that we can’t actually see Fool’s Gold during Christmas time because it sounds perfect.
Add Madeline and Jonny to the mix and Marry Me At Christmas is a sweet read, sure to make its fans sigh in happiness. Madeline is the sweet, home town girl, who somehow never settled down. She’s found her happiness, helping others get ready for their own special day. While never getting to appreciate that feeling herself.
Despite being a big time actor, Jonny hasn’t let it get to his head. He’s actually pretty down to earth, but has been protecting his heart ever since his high school sweetheart died. He’s glad to work with a Fool’s Gold local to plan his sister’s wedding. But he wasn’t expecting to get so attached to her in such a short amount of time.
It makes for a perfect tale of friends who wonder if they should become more, but are afraid to cross that line. Will the romantic setting of the holidays be able to persuade them to make the leap?