Title: A Christmas Wedding
Series: Desert Kings (novella)
Author: Jennifer Lewis
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Published: December 9, 2014
In A Christmas Wedding, Sam Al Kilanjar attempts to negotiate her first holiday season in a country with different customs, a big fat Ubarite wedding and the arrival of her drama-loving family, all without losing her mind—or her beloved, who is called away to deal with a crisis on the eve of their wedding.
Veronica Baxter is excited about her wedding to Zadir Al Kilanjar, but worries that her estranged parents will ruin everything.
Can they find Christmas miracles among the madness and enjoy the weddings they’ve dreamed of?
Read on for my thoughts on A Christmas Wedding (Desert Kings). No true spoilers, promise.
I’m not even going to attempt to set up a teaser introduction to this review. You have everything you need for the basics in the Story Blurb. 🙂
This novella was such a fun read. I laughed until tears flowed – and that doesn’t happen often. Try bringing Christmas traditions to a country that has none – add in a stress-out Queen who turns into a Bride-zilla or a Christmas-zilla, if you will – a bride’s parents who aren’t speaking to each other – a groom who refuses to not see his intended before the wedding – an eruption of butterflies – goats running rampant and two happily ever after couples finally united in an American style wedding.
Oh come on – how can you not chuckle just reading that? 😉
Please, please I beg you – when you need a good, fun, charming love story no matter the time of the year – when you just need to smile and laugh for a bit in a drudge of a day… turn to A Christmas Wedding (Desert Kings) and simply enjoy. Then find the other books in the series and enjoy even more.
I have to give this one 5 outta 5 – it made me laugh and feel good and if that doesn’t deserve the highest rating, I don’t know what does. This one goes in my Christmas reading collection because I intend to enjoy it again next year and beyond.
*I received an e-ARC of A Christmas Wedding (Desert Kings) from the publisher and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. That does not change what I think of this novel.*