Olivia Miles, you have done it again for me. The Winter Wedding Plan is effortlessly written which left me speed reading until the very end. If you haven’t read her first in the series, One Week to the Wedding, then you may not want to read further. Also, if you haven’t read the first in the series I hope you will read my review on that title here.
Charlotte Daniels has made her share of mistakes, but now that she’s a single mom, she vows to do better–and that starts with a new career. Working at her sister’s event-planning company is just the fresh start she needs.
Kate Daniels has finally forgiven Charlotte for her betrayal, but forgetting it is harder. But as the holidays approach and Kate has her own wedding to plan, she has no choice but to turn to Charlotte for help to throw a high-profile client the holiday party of the season.
Charlotte leaps at the chance to redeem herself . . . until this irresistible client asks her to pretend to be his fiancée for the party. She knows their charade won’t come without consequences–not just for her fresh start with Kate, but also for her own daughter.
As Kate’s wedding draws near and Charlotte’s fake romance starts to feel more and more real, will she fall back into the mistakes of her past, or finally prove herself to Kate once and for all?
After reading the first novel of this series and stumbling upon it at my local Sam’s Club, I knew I had to have a copy. This novel continues the messy situation that Charlotte has gotten herself into but has her also trying to make things right. As I mentioned above, the writing is effortless and the build up was amazing. I loved this book all the way through until the end. Olivia starts to wrap the book up and you think “oh yes, the ending I want” and then the book ends. JUST! ENDS! I can see where she leaves room for the imagination but I would have been much happier with the story painted out by Olivia in a epilogue. I don’t want to leave you thinking I didn’t like this book because I did. However, I wanted it to end with conclusions. I can only hope Olivia has plans to continue this series, there definitely is room for more.
With the way the book ended so abruptly I give this book 4 stars.
What’s next? I’m not sure. I have so many new 2018 books rolling in and it’s going to be hard to pick one. Stay tuned and see what I read next!
*All reviews are my own opinion.