Marriage by Christmas is a hilarious holiday read that knocked my reindeer socks off.
Anna and Tom are about to get married. It's Anna's dream ChristmaMarriage by Christmas is a hilarious holiday read that knocked my reindeer socks off.
Anna and Tom are about to get married. It's Anna's dream Christmas wedding. Her holiday themed Christmas gown just needs final fitting. The reindeers and the sleds have been sorted out. Everything is in place. But a couple of days before the wedding, Tom is acting distant, so Anna asks Liv, her best friend, to follow Tom. They end up at a pizza place, where Tom is meeting up an attorney. Why? Apparently, Tom is already married to an exotic dancer. There is only one way they could get married on time. It's if Tom's wife, Charisma Jones, signs the annulment papers. But Tom has no idea where Charisma might be. She has no facebook, no twitter.
Anna confronts Tom, that he has to go to New York to look for Charisma, but Tom thinks it's ridiculous and they should just postpone the wedding, and give the private investigator a couple of weeks before they could say that Charisma is missing, and the annulment could take place. But Anna is adamant that they get married on Christmas, so she gets on the first plane out to New York to find Tom's wife.
On the plane ride, Anna is seated beside Miles, someone she dated before, but didn't end well. Miles had ordered a kiwi cocktail for her, which put Anna into anaphylactic shock. Anna did not end up calling Miles back.
The trip changes Anna. Her list making skills forgotten. She knows that the search for Charisma Jones is a wild goose chase but still tries.
Can there be a Christmas miracle for Anna and Tom?
- Despite me enjoying the novel, I did not like Anna and Tom. The selling characters in this book is actually Miles and Liv. I felt Anna was complaining all through out the novel, while Tom seemed shallow and ball-less, until the final chapter of the book. But I still recommend this novel. It's fun and perfect for the holidays. ...more