A Christmas Wedding in the Cotswolds by Lucy Coleman
Genres: Contemporary Romance
What could be more festive than a winter wedding in the picturesque English countryside? Join us for Christmas in the Cotswolds with the bestselling Lucy Coleman.
Imogen Tolliman and Gray Adams can’t wait to get married after getting engaged the previous year, when they were stranded by snow in a blizzard. Now they are busy planning their wedding, but when the date slips six months because Gray is working on a huge film project, it seems like fate that after their snowy start, they will end up getting married at Christmas.
The couple are living in Immi’s grandfather’s picturesque lock-keeper’s cottage at the Aysbury marina in the Cotswolds, which they are renovating to become their forever family home. As well as building work, full-time jobs and wedding planning, Immi is in charge of raising money to build a children’s playground, to celebrate the tenth anniversary of The Santa Ahoy Cruises – her grandfather Tollie’s life work.
When Gray is suddenly forced to travel abroad, Immi is left to cope with everything alone, and before long, even the best-laid plans start to wobble. When a terrible betrayal is uncovered, the whole community of Aysbury is left reeling, and Immi is left wondering if there will be a wedding after all…
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A Christmas Wedding in the Cotswolds by Lucy Coleman is such a good book and is a standalone. That being said I think it would have better if I had read Christmas at Lock Keeper’s Cottage. In fact, when I went and read that one, the reread this one I enjoyed it more. That is why I took off a star, I would have liked to know that ahead of time.
Imogen and Grey are getting married after a year long engagement. Imogen is super busy though which throws a bit of a monkey wrench into things. Add in how busy Grey is and well it is almost impossible.
Like I said this is a great little story and while it is set during Christmas it is not an in your face holiday theme.