Readers asked, Candee Fick answered. Focus on Love left us with an unresolved thread that is gift wrapped for readers this holiday season!
About the Book
From disowned to daughter to “I do?”
Freelance photographers Liz Foster and Ryan Callahan are finally making plans for their future. And what better time to get married than during the festive holiday season that brought them together? If only Liz’s parents weren’t standing in the way of a picture-perfect wedding.
Spurred on by the ghosts of Christmases past, Dan Foster has already written Liz out of his will, so even attending the wedding—let alone walking his daughter down the aisle—is out of the question. However, this is the season for miracles and Ryan will do anything to make his bride smile.
What will it take to bring this family back together in time for the wedding?
If you like Christmas weddings, family reunions, and happily-ever-afters, then you’ll love this next chapter in The Wardrobe series by Candee Fick. Pick up Picture Perfect Christmas and start celebrating the season today.
(NOTE: This book is a follow-up to Focus On Love and is best understood if read in that order.)
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In My Opinion…
Ok, I admit it. I was one of those readers who finished Candee Fick’s Focus on Love and wanted more. Mostly because while Liz and Ryan get their happy ending, it’s not as quite as happy as I wanted it to be. There was still a HUGE unresolved issue at the end of that book.
And if you missed the note in the book description, you will most definitely get more out of A Picture Perfect Christmas if you’ve read Focus first! There’s quite a bit of backstory you’ll want.
Liz and Ryan’s wedding is planned for two days after Christmas and while Liz is communicating with her mother, her father is in the dark. Ryan knows he must do everything in his power to mend this rift in order for the wedding to be what Liz dreams it to be. And isn’t Christmas the season of miracles?
Fick gives readers what they asked for in this novella. I consider it a gift family, friends, and healing wrapped up in a pretty Christmas novella package and it was a joy to spend time with Ryan and Liz for a little longer as their journey to husband and wife draws closer.
I receive complimentary books from publishers, publicists, and/or authors, including NetGalley. I am not required to write positive reviews. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.
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