Christmas Wedding at the Gingerbread Café
Snow is falling thick and fast outside the Gingerbread Cafe and inside, its owner Lily is planning the wedding of the year. Her wedding! She never dreamt it would happen, but this Christmas, she'll be marrying the man of her dreams - in a Christmas-card-perfect ceremony!
The gingerbread is baking, the dress is fitted and the mi ...more
I am so sad this is the last book in this deliciously sweet series. The author really knows how to write wonderful heartwarming and touching stories. Despite the fact I would love to see the series continue there couldn't have been a better ending.
When Lily and Damon first met a year ago, things got ...more
Christmas at the Gingerbread Café - Book 1................
Chocolate Dreams at the Gingerbread Café - Book 2...............
The Bookshop on the Corner - A Gingerbread Café Story..............AND THEN THIS BOOK :-
Christmas Wedding at the Gingerbread Café - Book 3................
Reading Christmas Wedding at the Gingerbread Café has been like coming home, to my favourite village of Ashford. If I wasn't me and lived in my *real* life, this is where I would lik ...more
Lily runs an adorable 'Gingerbread' cafe- where all the locals pop in for cosy chats and tasty treats. She's due to marry her fiance in a matter of days and all the plans and preparations are well under way. Her dress is being made loca ...more
Its Christmas one year on, from when Lily and Damon met in the first book. And they are getting married on their first anniversary of being together.
This book is about the run up to the wedding, and the wedding day, and of course Christmas.
The storyline of CeeCee and Janey had tears in my eyes, as it was so emotional. There are plenty of new characters introduced, including both sets of parents, and mentions of a character that I beli ...more
Part of me has been dreading reading this book, but purely because I know it is the final book in the series and I don't want it to end. Rebecca has written such great characters who don't feel like works of fict ...more
Christmas wedding takes us to a year after Lil and Damon first got together. They met the Christmas before when Damon moved to Ashford to open his shop, which sold a lot of similar items to Lil's Gingerbread Cafe across the road. After Lil initially decided to start a war on Damon, she found herself unable to keep it up when his charm took over. That was a year ago, and after some u ...more
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Christmas Wedding at the Gingerbread Café has been my most anticipated book to be released since I reviewed the previous books in the Gingerbread Café series back in July. When I read those books, I genuinely believed that this series could get no better but Rebecca proved me wrong with my now new favourite book of the series. Christmas Wedding at the Gingerbread Café is simply divine, with stunning writing slipping between being utterly ...more
Author: Rebecca Raisin
Publisher: Carina UK
Publication Date: 15th October 2014
You are invited to the wedding of the year!
Snow is falling thick and fast outside the Gingerbread Café and inside, its owner Lily is planning the wedding of the year. Her wedding! She never dreamt it would happen, but this Christmas, she’ll be marrying the man of her dreams - in a Christmas-card-perfect ceremony!
The gingerbread is baking, the dress is fitted and the m ...more
Firstly, I really have to give some appreciation to that cover. Each book in the series has a beautiful cover, but this one takes the crown; it’s simply stunning.
We’re back in Ashford following Lil and Damon in the run up to their Christmas Eve wedding, and it was so lovely to see them as adorably loved up as ever. I loved catching up with every one, particularly the familiar faces of Cee Cee, Sarah, Missy and Chalrie; all of whom I’ve fallen in love ...more
I make no secret of the fact that from reading the very first 'gingerbread' book Christmas at the Gingerbread Cafe I was hooked. Rebecca has a beautiful way of writing that you feel like you're reading about real friends and places. Every book is a drool a minute and not just from the delicious offerings in the cafe!
This latest book sees Lily preparing for 'the wedding of the year'. ...more
I can't believe that only this time last year I was reviewing the first book in this series. At that point I had only had my blog ...more
Christmas Wedding at The Gingerbread a cafe is a warm Christmassy hug, full of love and friendship. It's calming flow helps you relax i ...more
Rebecca did an AMAZING job with the third and final (*insert super sad face here*) installment of the Gingerbread Café series, Christmas Wedding at the Gingerbread Café. We get to tag along as Lil and Damon count down the 10 days until their gorgeous Christmas wedding! All the feels...Lil going up against the mother-in-law, the usual cold feet and self doubt. There were a few parts later in the story that made me want to find a raincloud and sta...more
Lil and Damon are engaged to be married and the Christmas wedding is looming - but will his conniving, stand-offish mother mess up plans? This is a real page-turner and written in Raisin's easy-to-read style. so full of appealing images. Her descriptions of cake are mouthwatering and had me yearning to raid the ...more
What a great festive read with all the right touches! It was perfect from beginning to end.
This is book 3 in the Gingerbread Cafe series and it did not disappoint.
Lily is planning the wedding of the season to the love of her life Damon and she couldn't be more excited. They chose to marry on Christmas Eve, a magical time of year for everyone they love.
They are busy making all sorts ...more
I found the plot intriguing and was rushing to read the next chapter to find out if the pre-wedding mishaps were going to spoil the dream. Ashford seems such a lovely place that I found it hard to believe anything bad happening but all came ok in the end and there was also a lovely ...more
I fell in love with this little town when I read the first in the Gingerbread Café series. It's filled with people you can't help be friends with, the kind that rally around and help when things are down, make you laugh when you want to cry and just make a small town what it really is. Rebecca Raisin's writing brings this little down to life and you can smell the delicious yummy treats coming from Lily & CeeCee's Gingerbread Café. I ...more
If you're looking for a feel ...more
Merry Christmas in May! This is another wonderful treat from Rebecca Raisin! I absolutely devoured it. It is the story of Lil and Damon's Christmas wedding and it was another fun read! I don't want to give anything away, but mayhem is involved and so is a town full of wonderful big-hearted people who I have grown to love! It is a great, fun read even if it's not Christmas - yet. ...more
Full of love and warmth - this book portrays the intricacies in all the relationships splayed out in the series.
And of course, right up there on the Christmas quotient.
The characters come alive on the page and you live their dream and sorrows... you laugh and cry with them, feeling their happiness and grief as the author weaves the story oh-so-magically.