Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Review: The Runaway Christmas Bride by Scarlet Wilson

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1043 KB
  • Print Length: 122 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Tule Publishing (Nov. 2 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B016V4DM9E

Book Description

 Varsity coach Mitch Holden thinks he's seen everything until Scotswoman Emma McGregor steps out of her car, in a bridal dress and veil, and asks him where she can find a job. Mitch is stunned but directs her somewhere to stay... and finds himself unable to keep from checking up on her.

Emma McGregor has had the worst day of her life. Finding out her groom didn't really want to marry her was a devastating blow, but Mitch and the town of Marietta reach out to her in a way she couldn't have imagined. Nowhere seems to do Christmas like Marietta does.

But Mitch has secrets of his own. Everyone knows about the injury that tragically ended his promising football career, but there's more to the story... Will the magic of Marietta sprinkle some Christmas dust on their broken hearts and help them find their happy ever after?

About the Author

Scarlet Wilson wrote her first story aged 8 and has never stopped. Her family have fond memories of ‘Shirley and the Magic Purse’ with its army of mice, all with names beginning with the letter ‘m’. An avid reader Scarlet started with every Enid Blyton book, moved on to the Chalet School and many years later found Harlequin Mills and Boon.

She’s worked in the health service for over 20 years, training as a nurse and a health visitor, and now currently works within public health. For her, finding medical romances was a match made in heaven.  Scarlet now writes for Harlequin/Mills and Boon medical and romance lines, Entangled Publishing and Tule Publishing.  

Scarlet lives on the West Coast of Scotland with her fiancé and their two sons.

My Review

 The Runaway Christmas Bride is the first book that I have read by romance author Scarlet Wilson. She definitely knows how to write a good tale!

The Runaway Christmas Bride is set in Marietta, Montana which seems to be a magical place to spend Christmas this year. I was intrigued by hints of this story in the book, A Bramble House Christmas. And by a return visit to Marietta. I was not disappointed. The Runaway Christmas Bride is a romance with all the right ingredients...great story and well written. A fast read.

Be sure to enjoy this magical tale this Christmas season.

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