Merrily Ever After: A Novella
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These newlyweds are in for a big surprise in this delightful holiday novella from the USA Today bestselling author known for her "unputdownable contemporary romances" (Booklist).
Elise Maxwell is loving her first Christmas with her husband, Jay Smith. So far, newlywed life has been filled with laughter and lots of steamy marital "bliss." But when Elise discovers she's accidentally, against-all-odds pregnant, happily-ever-after screeches to a halt. Although she sees it as a Christmas miracle, Elise knows her new husband might not agree...
Jay never wanted to be a father. In fact, he's avoided it his entire life, worried he'd repeat the patterns of his own messed-up childhood. He's madly in love with Elise and, until now, he thought they were on the same page about not having children. But her surprise pregnancy changes everything. Elise is suddenly committed to parenthood, and Jay knows he can't lose her. Facing his deepest fears will be difficult, but with a little holiday magic, Jay might be able to prove to Elise that - as a family - they're destined to live merrily ever after.
Praise for the Bridesmaids Behaving Badly series:"Satisfying." -New York Times Book Review on One and Only
"The perfect rom-com." -Refinery29 on One and Only
"A summer read more satisfying than a poolside popsicle." -Entertainment Weekly on It Takes Two
"Romantic comedy at its best." -The Washington Post on It Takes Two
"Witty, sexy and wonderfully entertaining." -USA Today, Happy Ever After on It Takes Two
The Bridesmaids Behaving Badly series: Once Upon a Bride: A NovellaOne and OnlyIt Takes TwoMerrily Ever After: A NovellaThree Little Words
Heart-warming addition to a wonderful series!
I didn't think anything could make me love this series more, but sure enough, through an unlikely pregnancy in the mix, and I'm sold! I love how the couple goes through the typical reactions to finding out they're expecting, especially after being told it wasn't possible. Definitely the perfect miracle for this holiday season, and a must-read!