Saturday, November 23, 2019

Review of Christmas Wedding (Cliffside Bay) by Tess Thompson

Christmas Wedding (Cliffside Bay)

It's supposed to be the wedding of Lisa's dreams: the picturesque ski town of Emerson Pass, Colorado, her closest family and very best friends, and the love of her life waiting for her at the altar. But when the mother of the groom sets out to rid her son, Rafael, of a family marriage curse before the big day, it seems that all of her best efforts do nothing but keep the curse alive. And when the mother of the bride drops a bombshell on her daughter the night before the ceremony, it seems the wedding Lisa has always wanted may never become a reality.

Join the Wolves and their lovely ladies in snowy Colorado for this sweet, suspenseful installment of USA Today bestselling author Tess Thompson's much beloved Cliffside Bay Series. But please note that unlike the other books in the series, Christmas Wedding is not a standalone and is intended to be enjoyed after reading Missed: Rafael & Lisa.

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**My thoughts**
This is the Christmas story that bridges the two phases of the Cliffside Bay series. It's time for Lisa and Rafael to get married. And you will want to read their story, Missed, before you read this one.

The perfect wedding is planned in Emerson Pass, with an idyllic wintery Christmas setting. It sounds magical and I feel like I want to visit this place, or something just like it.

I love reading about the weddings of these characters. And I love all of the other characters that are in this. You've especially gotta love Mama Soto, who with her BFF Ria are determined to scare away the marriage curse that they believe plagues Rafael. And the best part, to me, in this book is that Mama Soto finally gets something wonderful that she deserves.

And then there is Lisa's mom. She is, of course, a drama queen. But she does eventually come around and redeem herself somewhat.

This installment leaves you feeling all warm and fuzzy inside. Thank you to the author and the publisher for sending me an advanced review copy of this book.

Read more from Tess Thompson here.

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