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Susan Mallery is the New York Times #1 bestselling author of books on the relationships that define women’s lives: Romance, Friendship, Family. With compassion and humor, Susan carefully observes how people think and feel in stories that take readers on an emotional journey.
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The Somerville sisters believe in love but have lost faith that it will happen to them. Reggie hasn’t been home since the world’s shortest engagement ended. When her parents decide to renew her vows, she upgrades her glitter to help with the Christmas wedding. Toby, her first love, also unexpectedly returns and the spark between them shines brighter than ever. In the spirit of the season, will they put past injuries behind and ring in the new year together?
Dena has finished waiting for the one and is purposely pregnant and alone. But then a sad-eyed beautiful songwriter checks into a room at his inn. Micah, unable to write since losing his wife, finds inspiration in Dena’s determination to become a mother. A kiss with snowflakes and he’s lost. But Dena is afraid to think a rock star would fall in love with a small town girl like her.
As the Christmas wedding approaches, these two sisters get to unwrap the most precious gift of all: love.
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The perfect Christmas gift for fans of contemporary romance around the world, Susan Mallery’s The Christmas Wedding Guest is an enchanting Christmas wizard I can’t get enough of.
The Somerville sisters gave up on love long ago. Though they have absolutely no doubt that true love exists, the sisters’ relationship story is an endless catalog of disasters. With their parents’ decision to renew their vows, Reggie and Dena live at home, little knowing that they could find everything they ever wanted in the last place they ever looked.
Reggie hasn’t been home in a while, but with her latest relationship drawing to a bitter end, helping her plan and coordinate her parents’ vow renewals is the distraction she desperately needs. Reggie never thought she would fall in love again, but when she crosses paths with her first love, Toby, she wonders if she should take the leap of faith and take advantage of this unexpected second chance at happiness.
Dena had given up waiting for The One, so she decided to take charge of her destiny and is now looking forward to the birth of her first child. The mom-to-be has come to the conclusion that there’s no happy ending for her until gorgeous songwriter Micah checks into her inn. After losing his wife, Micah suffers from severe writer’s block, but Dena’s courage and determination awakens her muse and she rediscovers the passion for her craft that she thought she buried with her wife. As the two grow closer, they quickly give in to temptation, but could a global superstar like Micah even consider a future with a small-town girl like Dena?
Will Reggie and Dena follow their parents down the aisle this Christmas? Or are they destined to be disappointed again?
Susan Mallery’s books are the literary equivalent of hanging out with your friends: wonderfully uplifting, brilliantly feel-good, and tons of fun! The Christmas Wedding Guest is a must-read, packed with all the humor, charm, mischievousness, romance and heart that Susan Mallery is known for.
A holiday treat that will tug at your heart and tickle your funny bone. Hitting all the right notes, The Christmas Wedding Guest will leave readers gasping when they find themselves unable to put this book down. Reggie and Dena are two amazing heroines who are hard not to worry about and root for to finally get the happy ending they so desperately deserve.
An exceptional romantic read from one of the genre’s most beloved writers, The Christmas Wedding Guest is another keeper of the fabulous Susan Mallery.
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