Book Title: A Jingle Valley Wedding (A Happily Ever After Series Book 1) by Martha Reynolds
Category: Adult Fiction (18+)
Genre: Women’s Fiction
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Release date: November 2015
Tour dates: January 27 to February 14, 2020
Content Rating: PG + M: No profanity, but it’s geared more for adults (there’s a one-night stand). No explicit sex at all.
A Jingle Valley Wedding
New York executive Julie Tate knows what it takes to win in the financial world, but her big-city success could never prepare her for her latest career move. When her brother abandons the failing family farm, Julie hopes its salvation lies in transforming it into western Massachusetts’s newest premier wedding venue. With her social-savvy friend Freddy in her corner, Julie feels infallible. But as their bank account dwindles and one obstacle after another crops up, the business partners wonder if their venture is doomed for failure before the first bride walks down the aisle. Maybe the best way to succeed in a business based on romance is to find one.
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Martha Reynolds was raised in Rhode Island, spent a year of college in Switzerland, and is always planning a return visit. She completed an accomplished career as a fraud investigator and decided it was time to do something she really liked.
She now writes full-time and has set a personal goal of releasing a book a year until she dies. Her writing has appeared in Magnificat magazine and her very short poem was read by journalist Connie Schultz during NPR’s Tell Me More poetry challenge.
Her novel VILLA DEL SOL won the 2018 Book Award in Literary Fiction by the Independent Publishers of New England.
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Oh this sounds like a very sweet romcom kinda tale and I hope its made into a movie soon. Thanks for sharing this Corinne.
I can’t resist a good romcom! 😉
This sounds like a sweet one. I am glad you shared 🙂
Sounds like an interesting book. Thanks for sharing.