Book Reviews of To Marry At Christmas

To Marry At Christmas
To Marry At Christmas
Author: Kasey Michaels
ISBN-13: 9780373811274
ISBN-10: 0373811276
Publication Date: 11/1/2005
Pages: 224
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 38 ratings
Publisher: Silhouette
Book Type: Paperback
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fast reading. from the back cover:
When Elizabeth Chatham met her new boss, department-store owner Nicholas Lancaster, she completely fell for him. But she never imagined that after a whirlwind courtship, Nick would be on bended knee proposing to her. It was the stuff of a Christmas fairy tale...
Then Nick and Elizabeth decided to hold their wedding in Elizabeth's hometown of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, and their dream of an idyllic Christmas wedding began to turn into a disaster. Elizabeth's family wanted a lively, down-home, country-style party with all their friends and relatives. Nick's family, on the other hand, pushed for a stately affair of quiet elegance. And all Elizabeth really wanted was the chance to say "I do". suddenly the idea of eloping looked better and better. earl h., meldrim, ga.
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A quick read; very good story about love, weddings, families and how they all come together for a Christmas wedding. I enjoyed the story.
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When Elizabeth Chatham met her new boss, department-store owner Nicholas Lancaster, she completely fell for him. But she never imagined that after a whirlwind courtship, Nich would be on bended knee proposing to her. It was the stuff of a Christmas fairy tale.....
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When Elizabeth Chatham met her new boss, department-store owner Nicholas Lancaster, she completely fell for him. But she never imagined that after a whirlwind courtship, Nick would be on bended knee proposting to her. It was the stuff of a Christmas fairy tale . . .

Then Nick and Elizabeth decided to hold their wedding in Elizabeth's hometown of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, and their dream of an idyllic Christmas wedding began to turn into a disaster. Elizabeth's family wanted a lively, down-home, country style party with all their friends and realatives. Nick's family, on the other hand, pushed for a stately affair of quiet elegance. And all Elizabeth really wanted was the chance to say "I do". Suddenly the idea of eloping looked better and better!
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Loved it...........
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When Elizabeth Chatham met her new boss, department store owner Nicholas Lancaster, she completely fell for him. But she never imagined that after a whilwind courtship, Nick would be on bended knee proposing to her. It was the stuff of a Christmas fairy tale.
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It starts like a Christmas fairy tale but the dream of an idyllic Christmas wedding begins to turn into a disaster...the idea of eloping begins to sound better and better.