My review for Christmas Vows by Alexa Riley



Blurb: Daniel Black married the woman of his dreams in a whirlwind of love. She’s his entire world and sometimes he’s a little too obsessed with his wife. So when he discovers their marriage license has been deleted from the state’s records, he loses his mind. Someone in their lives is trying to sabotage his relationship with his one and only, and he’ll burn down the city to find out who it is. The only good thing about it is that now he can give his wife the wedding of her dreams.

Blakely loves her husband and everything about their lives. The one thing she can’t seem to make work is her relationship with her father and her stepmother. She tries her best but it’s not good enough, and when they find out that her marriage to Daniel is invalid they jump at the chance for her to finally be rid of him. If there’s one thing she won’t do, it’s give up the man who worships the ground she walks on. She’ll marry him all over again, but will they support her decision?

Warning: Look, it’s Christmas, so we went full-on cheese-fest. This hero is hands down one of the craziest we’ve ever written and he’s so obsessed it’s scary. But during the most wonderful time of the year, isn’t that just perfect? Light up a yule log and cuddle up with this precious quickie!

May be spoilers:

I’m a huge fan of the authors who make up Alexa Riley. Christmas Vows has 8 chapters and an epilogue and is about Daniel and Blakely.

When we open up, they are already married and she’s having to deal with her stepmom. Her dad and stepmom do not like Daniel, and she’s trying hard to fit in, but she’s a product of her father’s affair, so she feels like an outcast through no fault of her own.

Daniel is told by his lawyer that him and Blakely are not married, because the paperwork and the license is gone. He wants to get married right away, just like when they first got together, but she wants to try to get everyone together. He’ll do anything for her.

Her father and stepmother are terrible. They’re not around much. No real drama. Great read. They are so sweet together. Few steamy scenes. Epilogue is 5 years out, they are very happily married with a boy and a girl and they are pregnant.

I loved it. Short, sweet and to the point. No separations, no other woman, other man drama. Just them. Couldn’t ask for better. I gave it 5 out of 5 stars. Thanks for reading. Hope you check it out. You can get the book here: Christmas Vows

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