Series: Cliffside Bay #9
It’s supposed to be the wedding of Lisa’s dreams in the picturesque ski town of Emerson Pass, Colorado. Will a family wedding curse steal her big day?
But when the mother of the groom sets out to rid her son, Rafael, of a family marriage curse before the big day, it seems that all of her best efforts do nothing but keep the curse alive.
And when the mother of the bride drops a bombshell on her daughter the night before the ceremony, it seems the wedding Lisa has always wanted may never become a reality. Join the Wolves and their lovely ladies in snowy Colorado for this sweet, suspenseful installment of USA Today bestselling author Tess Thompson’s much beloved Cliffside Bay Series. But please note that unlike the other books in the series, Christmas Wedding is not a standalone and is intended to be enjoyed after reading Healed: Stone and Pepper.
“Any book that can make me feel sorry for someone that I really don’t like, is a good book.” – B. Jones, Amazon reviewer
“I loved every part of this story as it centers around friendship, family, second chances, moving forward and happily ever after. I highly recommend this one as it will having you laughing and crying.” – Jamie O., Amazon reviewer
“It was almost like reading the inside workings of the characters that you are always left wondering about. I loved the honesty and rawness of this book, showing you once again that there is love and happiness after hurt and tragedy. Another home run for Tess Thompson!” – Bruff0924, Amazon reviewer
“Christmas Wedding is beautifully written story of Lisa and Raphael. This story touched my heart so much. I love Tess’s writing style and the fact she writes good clean romances. The book starts off with Mama Soto. ( Raphael mom ) Lord she had me laughing so much with her Marriage Curse Cures . Lisa is indeed going to have a wonderful mother- n – law. I loved all of the characters and can not wait to read Cliffside Bay Series in order.” – Joyce Stewart, Amazon reviewer
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