Review: Kissing The Bride (Due South #7.5) by Tracey Alvarez

Kissing the BrideTitle: Kissing The Bride
Author: Tracey Alvarez
Series: Due South #7.5
Rating: 5 stars
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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Blurb:
WARNING: If you’re new to the Due South world, this fun and sexy short story of Del & Shaye’s wedding isn’t the book to start with. Lots of favorite characters join in the wedding craziness—and if you haven’t read the earlier Due South books it’ll just be crazy-confusing.

The countdown is on to the Wedding of the Year, New Zealand!

It’s seven days until Shaye Harland and Del Westlake finally tie the knot—and it’ll be the most awesomesauce wedding Stewart Island has ever seen if Shaye has anything to do with it. Her All Things Nuptial journal has the big day planned to perfection, but not everything runs like clockwork. While marrying the man of her dreams beats chocolate as an Easter treat, a few mini-catastrophes like Boris the obstinate sea lion threaten to ruin their special day.

Download your copy of KISSING THE BRIDE and dive into the Due South world!
Intended for mature 18+ aged readers.

My Review:
A short, sweet, heartwarming story that is an absolute must read for fans of the Due South series.

Del and Shaye are my favorite couple from this series and I was jumping for joy when Tracey decided to write a story featuring their wedding. It was everything I had hoped for and more.

Cupcake and Hollywood are as endearing as ever and so solid as a couple. In an attempt to be uber-organized, Shaye is a tiny bit of a bridezilla. Del isn’t that phased but he wants his woman to be happy so he is going out of his way to ensure that their day goes off without a hitch. But you know what they say about best-laid plans?! Things don’t go according to plan but their wedding is still a wonderfully joyous affair and they get married surrounded by their family and friends.

This novella is chock-full of witty banter, sexy times, romantic times, family and friends times. Loved every word! We get to meet all the amazing characters from the series and I truly felt like an invisible guest at the wedding.

I hated turning the page because I knew each one was bringing me closer to the end, and I didn’t want it to end!

In summary, this was a fantastic feel-good read. Highly recommended.

I received an ARC of this book from the author in exchange for my honest review.

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