To have and to hold from this day forward.
Wedding bells are ringing in the charming town of Christmas, but not for Vivian Westfield. She's just had her heart trampled under the cowboy boots of Chance McBride and lost her dream job at a big-city newspaper. But when she returns for a wedding, she stumbles on a story that could resurrect her career. First, though, she'll have to deal with the handsome man standing in her way...and a still-burning flame that's too hot to ignore.
Chance recognizes trouble when he sees it. He just didn't expect to find it in the first-class cabin on the flight home for his father's wedding. Yet there she is, as gorgeous as ever. Vivi dared Chance to want things he knew he could never have. It's why he left her. But Christmas' meddling matchmakers have them firmly in their sights. So if they want to survive the next week, they'll have to play the part of an adoring couple - an irresistible charade that may give them a second chance at the real thing....
©2015 Debbie Mason (P)2015 Hachette Audio
Wedding Bells in Christmas is a thoroughly entertaining novel written by Debbie Mason. It is the fourth book in the Christmas, Colorado series and I enjoyed it just as much as I did the first book in the series. This series has everything I enjoy in a good book: humor, suspense, romance and great secondary characters.
The couple at the center of the story are Vivian Westfield (one of Madison’s BFF’s from the first book in the series) and Chance McBride (big brother to Gage from the first book). Chance is back in Christmas to attend his father’s wedding. Being back in Christmas for the first time in over four years, Chance can’t help but be haunted by the death of his beloved wife and baby daughter. Vivian is tough as nails and an extremely clever investigative newspaper reporter. She’s also the right remedy for Chance’s heartache so that he can finally move on with his life.
Becket Royce narrated this audiobook and she did an outstanding job. She really brings the characters to life giving each one their own distinct voice. Beckett’s narration is natural and easy to listen to, which really enhanced my enjoyment of this audiobook. I loved it so much, I listened to all 9 1/2 hours in one day!
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