Saturday, 3 December 2016

A Veteran's Christmas Book 3: A wedding for Christmas - Rachelle Ayala (book review)

So the third and maybe last part in this amazing series is here.

The heartwarming conclusion to A Veteran's Christmas Series!

Kelly Kennedy and Tyler Manning are planning a Christmas wedding, and their six-year-old daughter, Bree, is worried about being the perfect flower girl.

Complications arise when Tyler gets reacquainted with a female soldier he rescued back in Afghanistan. Meanwhile, Kelly gets an urgent message from the man who fathered Bree, asking for a big favor.

With the Christmas wedding looming, will Bree pull off her flower girl routine before Santa's sleigh hits the roof?

While A Wedding for Christmas can be enjoyed as a standalone, you'll get more of the relationship aspect between Kelly, Tyler, and Bree as well as the exciting adventure of Tyler's survival at the hands of terrorists by reading A Father for Christmas and A Pet for Christmas first.

A Veteran's Christmas Series:
Book #1: A Father for Christmas
Book #2: A Pet for Christmas
Book #3: A Wedding for Christmas

My Thoughts

Sometimes it is hard to sum a book and series and if you haven't read the first two books in the series, go and read them and come back. This is the third and last (?) book in the series and it is a perfect ending. Even if it is an ending it is not a sad one, it is the wedding of Kelly and Tyler and it is a Christmas Wedding. It is the perfect set up with perfect complications. Bree is, maybe not the star, but the fresh and funny breeze and for only being 6 years old, very smart and clever.

I was very emotional when reading this story, maybe because I am planning my own wedding and know how well it is to overdo things, and take on too much. while having a second half who, sometimes isn't there for you. I could relate to Kelly so much in this book, even if I don't have a 6 year old, or any children but still. I did relate so much to Kelly and how she felt during this whole book.

I love how both Kelly and Tyler has complications that is from “before” so they have to work with it and solve it “now” so they can live happy together “in the future”...

A really great read, that is perfect now before Christmas. There was enough Christmas joy and Christmas feeling in the story without it overtaking it. This is a true masterpiece, and I don't want it to be the end of the story, because I love the characters so much. Even if this is the end, for me it will always be a “until we meet again”, because this book, and the entire series, is one you can reread so many times and always love.

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