A Wedding and a White Christmas by Suzanne Stengl

Among other things that I loved in A Wedding and a White Christmas are some that I normally don’t care for in romance fiction: stories set in Calgary, Christmas romances and impulsive Vegas weddings.

In this sweet romance it was just the thing. The setting, although familiar, didn’t lose its charm. An interesting plot (“How to get from ‘I do’ to ‘I don’t’ before anyone finds out!”), memorable characters and natural dialog have made Stengl’s approach to the Christmas romance theme lively and fresh. The Elvis Chapel wedding is usually a hard thing to pull off  but this author made it conceivable.

If you like sweet Christmas romances, a good story, realistic characters, subtle humor – you’ll find it all in this novel.

Something Old, Something New, Book 2

It’s available on Amazon as well as at Calgary Public Library. Of course.

Here’s the blurb:

Something Old, Something New, Book 3

A whirlwind Christmas visit to Las Vegas. A long night of merrymaking. An Elvis Chapel.
Whoops!
Emily and Mark—her best friend since childhood—join a bunch of friends on a trip to Las Vegas.  At some point, Emily and Mark stumble into a wedding chapel and say “I do” to an Elvis impersonator. 
Now, in the clear blue skies of morning, they fear that saying “I don’t” will take much longer, even though Mark promises to sort out the paperwork for a divorce. 
They return home with their friendship at risk—and the thin line between friends and lovers blurred. 
Will there be Peace on Earth or fireworks in the skies this holiday season?
Find out now! 

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Not unlike my characters, I lead a double life: by day I'm a mother, a friend, a colleague, and the queen of my kitchen. When the moon rises, however, I shift into my other self and, as Queen of the Night, I reign the magical world of my imagination.
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8 Responses to A Wedding and a White Christmas by Suzanne Stengl

  1. JP McLean says:

    That sounds like a perfectly sweet Christmas read.

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  2. Thank you! What a lovely review!
    🙂

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  3. Donna Ann Tunney says:

    Lovely cover. It’s on my TBR pile.

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  4. Amy Jo Fleming says:

    I really enjoyed this book. It was a lovely read for the Christmas season. And I love the cover.

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    • jfkaufmann says:

      It’s always a great pleasure for me to recommend the books of my fellow writers. And yes, the cover’s beautiful! I really liked the story. Thank you for reading the post!

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