It is almost a year since Sean and Thea met and it's been a roller-coaster ride: they're getting married on Christmas Day!
Neither Thea or Sean want a big fuss - a simple wedding, with Christmas lights and just a few sprigs of mistletoe for decoration is all they need. But before they know it, things begin to get complicated. Trying to manage a long-distance relationship in the build-up to their Christmas wedding is one thing, but as one challenge after another comes their way, the happy couple begin to wonder if they'll ever make it down the aisle . . .
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A Merry Mistletoe Wedding is the follow up to last year's festive release, It Must Have Been The Mistletoe. I loved It Must Have Been The Mistletoe - so much so that it was my favourite festive read of 2014. So I was excited to learn there was another instalment and a chance to catch up with Thea and her family.
While It Must Have Been The Mistletoe was full of festive spirit, a lot of A Merry Mistletoe Wedding takes place between September and November as Thea and Sean plan their wedding, so there wasn't as much of an abundance of Christmas magic in the follow up. But I did enjoy the book immensely and it was brilliant to catch up with the characters and see where their lives have brought them. I particularly warmed to Charlotte this time round and she quickly became my favourite character, closely followed by Thea's dad, Mike, who provided some laugh-out-loud moments for me.
My full review of A Merry Mistletoe Wedding will be here on the blog as part of the blog tour soon.