MISTLETOE and WEDDING BELLS by Ashley Farley – GIVEAWAY

We’re heading back to Hope Springs and it’s Christmas. In Ashley Farley’s third installment of the Hope Springs Series, MISTLETOE and WEDDING BELLS, we’re catching up with the same down home characters and gentility. But there’s more, someone or someones are planning their wedding on Christmas or Christmas Day. “Weddings Bells are ringing.”

General Manager, Stella Boor is back. She’s trying to plan her wedding, build a dream house, but more importantly, get full custody of six-year old, Jazz.

Event planner, Presley Ingram, has a secret. She’s secretly planning Stella and Jack’s dream wedding. She’s so caught up in their wedding plans, she won’t make a date for hers. Her relationship with a hot man is growing. She wonders if she’s planning Stella’s wedding or her own.

Head Chef, Cecily Weber is marrying the love her life, or she? After discovery of another side of her fiance, she questions whether or not she’s making a mistake. She’s a workaholic, successful she doesn’t want her personal life to screw up her career.

Head chef, Cecily Weber, will wed the love of her life on Christmas Eve. But when her fiancé shows an irresponsible side she’s never before seen, Cecily begins to have second doubts. Is she suffering from pre-wedding jitters? Or will she be forced to choose between marriage and the success she’s worked so hard to achieve.

We get to enjoy a wonderful Christmas season at Hope Springs despite all the drama. Who is really going to live a life of happily ever after.

Ashley Farley writes books about women for women. Her characters are mothers, daughters, sisters, and wives facing real-life issues. Her bestselling Sweeney Sisters series has touched the lives of many.

Ashley is a wife and mother of two young adult children. While she’s lived in Richmond, Virginia for the past 24 years, a piece of her heart remains in the salty marshes of the South Carolina Lowcountry, where she still calls home. Through the eyes of her characters, she captures the moss-draped trees, delectable cuisine, and kindhearted folk with lazy drawls that make the area so unique.

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Thanks to Kate Rock Tours we have one copy to giveaway. Just tell us your favorite Holiday memory. We’ll pick a winner soon. Good luck.

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14 thoughts on “MISTLETOE and WEDDING BELLS by Ashley Farley – GIVEAWAY

  1. My favorite holiday memory is of the years when my siblings and I were very young and growing up at home. Every year about the 3rd week in Nov. my mom would tell us to draw our foot on a piece of cardboard or paper , she would tell us that she was going to go talk to Santa , and so every Christmas we all got shoes or boots , an outfit and a toy that we specifically wanted , a stocking full of goodies and toys and a Christmas coloring book, plus some other toys. I will forever cherish these Beautiful memories. 🙂 This book sounds like a very good read and I love the book cover. Thank you for the chance.

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  2. One of the best memories is when my son who never bought presents ever bought me a pandora bracelet. He was so excited to give it to me and didn’t want to wait until Christmas. It was the best present and his excitement was awesome. That was the first and last gift from him as he passed away unexpectedly in April. Thank you for the chance.

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  3. One of the best memories is when my son who never bought presents ever bought me a pandora bracelet. He was so excited to give it to me and didn’t want to wait until Christmas. It was the best present and his excitement was awesome. That was the first and last gift from him as he passed away unexpectedly in April. Thank you for the chance.

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  4. My favorite memory is Christmas dinner at my grandmother’s house. She had 8 children and so many grandchildren. She put on a spread for her large family even though she was on a fixed income. She was the kindest person I’ve ever met.

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  5. My favorite Christmas memory was from Dec., 2015, because it was the last Christmas I was able to spend with my husband before he passed away in Nov., 2016 from Stage 4 Kidney Cancer. Thanks for your great generosity.

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  6. Mine would be my first Christmas as a new mom. I was so very very happy to watch our little guy look at the lights on the Christmas tree!!

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  7. We always read the Night Before Christmas before the boys went to bed on Christmas Eve. After they were grown and left home I included the book in their Christmas boxes, read it over the phone, emailed it, took it along when I visited. So many wonderful memories.

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  8. Mine is growing up celebrating Christmas Eve with my mom’s dad and my dad’s mom! I felt really lucky!

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