Are you in the holiday spirit yet? Well, if you need any help to get in the mood, check out Marry Me at Christmas by Roma Frost Hart.
Opposites attract this holiday season as Roma Frost Hart takes us back to Evergreen Valley in a heart-warming romance filled with Christmas cheer and a romance of convenience between a wedding planner and a Texas tycoon in need of a temporary bride.
To wedding planner Venus Halliday a Christmas wedding sounds like a dream come true. Especially hers. If she doesn’t land a high-paying client this holiday season she’ll be forced to close her doors on her dream forever. When the dashingly handsome Ben Maverick steps into her shop things start to look up. And the world’s sexiest blue eyes and easy smile had nothing to do with it. Honest. But there’s a catch—as always. She has four weeks to plan the wedding of the century and he wants her to help him find a bride. When her efforts go sideways he proposes a brilliant yet equally awful idea. What if the wedding planner becomes the bride?
Cold and calculating Bently Maverick has made bachelorhood into a second career. But when the inheritance of his father’s oil company rests on the sole condition of marriage, he’s forced to find a Christmas bride or watch the company he loves be dismantled. When weeks dwindle down to days to pull off a Christmas miracle, Ben sets his sights on Venus—the most extraordinary woman he’s ever met. Honest, beautiful and with a heart of gold. The more time they spend together the more he warms to the idea of saying I do.
White lights, miles of silk, and strategically positioned mistletoe are the perfect ingredients for creating holiday magic. And all the more reason giving into her feelings is a bad idea. Armed with nothing more than her perfect man list to protect her heart against stolen kisses and slow strolls through snow-covered streets, Venus finds it hard to focus on saving her business the closer the big day gets.
Stilettos and cowboy boots don’t always mix. Is it the magic of a not-so-fake white wedding or is this true love?