The Christmas Wedding Guest by Susan Mallery

A glorious, heartwarming romance with a sprinkling of Christmas magic!

I was kindly gifted this from Mills and Boon in exchange for an honest review and to be part of the blog tour.

The Christmas Wedding Guest by Susan Mallery
416 Pages
Out Now

A year since she was dumped by her fiancé, the last thing Reggie Somerville wants is to come back home for Christmas. But when her parents announce their plans for a lavish Christmas wedding she has no choice. She expects to face town gossip, she does not expect to run into her first love Toby, or deal with the feelings he stirs in her…

Dena Somerville is single and pregnant-on purpose. Wanting a family her way she’s determined to do it alone. She didn’t expect the distraction of a handsome musician checking into her inn-and one snow-kissed moment-to make her question what she really wants this Christmas…

As the Christmas wedding draws closer, these two sisters may just find the most unexpected gift of all―love.


Rating: 5 out of 5.

There’s just something about romance stories which are set in a small town community and filled with festive cheer that I just can’t resist and Susan Mallery gave me everything I could have wished for with The Christmas Wedding Guest!

The story follows two sisters, Reggie and Dena, who haven’t been the luckiest when it comes to finding love but during the run up to their parents wedding things begin to change as we are introduced to Toby and Micah, who are completely and utterly swoon worthy!

Each of the characters you are introduced to were just wonderful and I connected to them all immediately, especially the standout character, who also happens to be a dog, Belle the Great Dane! I rooted for both Reggie and Dena from the start and they had such an authentic relationship – the hilarious exchanges they had together were great and were exactly what sisters would do.

Both of the romances were lovely to read about, each with their own problems that will having you asking ‘Will they or won’t they?’ and I also found that it wasn’t too cheesy. It all felt believable and it was wonderful to get swept away in this romantic bubble.

Overall this was a glorious romance that completely warmed my heart and has me pining to live in Wishing Tree. If you’re looking for a wonderful romance with great characters and a sprinkling of Christmas magic then I urge you to give this a read.

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