A Wedding and a White Christmas by Suzanne Stengl

A Wedding and a White Christmas by Suzanne Stengl
Publisher: Mya & Angus
Genre: Contemporary, Holiday
Length: Full Length (223 pgs)
Heat Level: Sweet
Rating: 3.5 stars
Reviewed by Nymphaea

How could this happen?

A whirlwind Christmas visit to Las Vegas. A long night of merrymaking. An Elvis Chapel.


Emily and Mark join a bunch of friends on a trip to Las Vegas. At some point, they stumble into a wedding chapel and say “I do” to an Elvis impersonator.

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Although Emily loves Mark, and has since childhood, she knows he’s not marriage material.

For Mark, it’s not that he has commitment issues—or any issues, for that matter—but marriage would complicate things. He and Emily are friends and he doesn’t want to mess with that.

Besides, he knows Emily is on the rebound. She’s not over her failed engagement to Dan the idiot.

On top of that, there’s Emily’s aunt. Myra doesn’t like Mark and if she learns about this elopement . . . well, let’s just say, there will be no Peace on Earth this Christmas!

A girl, a wedding and the man she loved the whole time. Sounds like a great read.

Let me tell you, it is. Ms. Stengl has written a sweet novel of two people who always belonged together finding a roundabout way of getting there. The writing is solid and the story enjoyable. There were characters I wasn’t fond of and a couple I liked. I sped right through it in a matter of hours and I’m glad I picked up this book.

The trope isn’t a new one. Friends to lovers, but with the doors closed. They’ve always been close and it just took a party to make them see the obvious. The author doesn’t present much of a fresh take on these tropes, but it’s okay. The characters are fun and worth the read. Emily’s growth through the story was good. She has plenty of room to grow at the beginning of the novel and it was good to see the changes. Mark is a generally nice guy. He loves her and wants the best for her. He’s just a good guy.

If you’re looking for a holiday novel that’s sweet and good for an afternoon read, then this might be the one for you. Give it a try.