Marry Me Tomorrow: The perfect heartwarming, festive romance to curl up with

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Marry Me Tomorrow: The perfect heartwarming, festive romance to curl up with

Marry Me Tomorrow: The perfect heartwarming, festive romance to curl up with

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One thing has left me quite shocked though; Marry Me Tomorrow is the first novel by debut author Carla Burgess. I just love him and I'm so proud of him and I want the whole world to know how amazing my best friend is.

Emily's mum likes to think she is Cilla Black (may she rest in peace) and set her daughter up on dates; never mind the fact that she might actually be happy single! It’s just a few days until Christmas and to finally put a stop to her nagging mother’s matchmaking plans, Emily has convinced her that she’s already married!The storyline didn’t scream ‘debut’ one bit; instead, it felt as though Carla had been publishing books for a long time.

Sam steps in, the become acquainted and slowly but surely they act like a proper married couple just off their honeymoon. A bit too fast and not that fleshed out too, since so many issues solved in the course of the holiday season. The lyrics paint a disturbing and emotionally charged narrative that challenges societal expectations and portrays the dark side of marriage. With a humorous dialogue, loveable characters, classic villains and many surprises it really delivers the feels. But most importantly it will make you happy it will make you feel Christmassy and leave you with a happy feeling and a big smile on your face.I think if it was a little more slow burn I'd have given it four stars despite the loathsome secondary characters.

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I thoroughly enjoyed the spontaneity of the storyline and all of the characters involved, well, bar one (but you’ll find out for yourself which one I’m on about! Yes, she gave me this big lecture about how I should reassure you that it was okay and I would accept you no matter what.

Emily's mum Pam plans to visit her daughter with her new husband len but when she finds out he has been sleeping with someone else she comes on here own. She just wants to get through Christmas pretending she has a husband and then tell her mum it's all over. Although at first I though it will be as generic as the rest of them, I should admit, I judged it too quickly. I'll admit, I surrendered to this book and became its page mistress after reading the first couple of pages! The mention of "hitting in the name of His gile" alludes to a religious justification for mistreatment, highlighting the manipulation and control within the relationship.She has a degree in English Literature and Psychology and started her working life as an editor on a trade journal. After all, with a title like ‘Marry Me Tomorrow’, how can anyone let that go by them without reading it?

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