Mid-Year Very Merry Book Giveaway: The Wedding Dress Christmas

Today’s book featured in the Mid-Year Very Merry Book Giveaway is Rachel Hauck’s The Wedding Dress Christmas. This sweet book combines several of my favorite things: Christmas, the South (it takes place in Tennessee), and anything to do with weddings! I don’t want to give any spoilers too soon, but this book might just have a lot in common with my upcoming Christmas novella I’ll be telling you more about later this month!

If you’re a fan of Rachel’s, you know what a masterful storyteller she is. And so much about Christmastime, for me, is traditions told through story. The story of Jesus’ birth and of his unlikely parents, Mary and Joseph. The stories told in favorite songs like The Little Drummer Boy or even nostalgic fun melodies like Snoopy’s Christmas vs. the Red Baron. Whether sentimental or silly, I just love that we revisit them every year.

When I read The Wedding Dress Christmas last year, I just knew it would become one of those stories I want to read every year to help get me in the holiday mood. I know you’ll love it, too!

ABOUT THE WEDDING DRESS CHRISTMAS

Available on Amazon

December comes to quaint Hearts Bend, Tennessee, with a blanket of white and the glitter of Christmas lights.

For JoJo Castle there is no place like home. Her onetime love of adventure ended when her life in the big city came crashing down. Now that she’s home, she never wants to leave again.

Country music sensation Buck Mathews has charmed the world with his smile and his music. However, news of his mother’s illness brought him home to Hearts Bend for the holiday season.

Working with her cousin Haley in The Wedding Shop, JoJo has no aspirations of love. But when her high school crush returns to town, her buried feelings surface.

Busy with his career, Buck hasn’t had time for family and friends, much less love. Seeing JoJo in The Wedding Shop reminds him there are things more important than his career.

But JoJo and Buck have opposing life goals, and there’s no middle ground. Can love, especially the kind that touches hearts at Christmas, overcome her fears and his quest for greatness?

With the help of a very special wedding dress, there just might be a Christmas miracle.

Follow Author Rachel Hauck:
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ENTER TO WIN!

To enter to win an eBook copy of The Wedding Dress Christmas, leave a comment below and tell us your favorite Christmas song! Are you a traditionalist, lover of hymns, or enjoy the new stuff the most?

The winner of today’s book will be announced in a WINNERS POST at the end of the month. All winners will be chosen using Random.org. Winners must respond within 48 hours to claim the book or another winner will be chosen.

Published by Teresa Tysinger

Author of Contemporary Christian Fiction. Wife, mother, church communicator. Saved by grace!

15 thoughts on “Mid-Year Very Merry Book Giveaway: The Wedding Dress Christmas

  1. My favorite Christmas song is I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day. I love all of the versions! 🔔🎄🔔

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  2. I love all the traditional Christmas carols but one of my favorites is Oh Come Oh come Emanuel. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  3. Thank you for the opportunity to win a free book. Christmas is fun all year. God Bless you and your family and please stay safe.

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  4. I love all the old carols and hymns. But a favorite more modern one is Mary DidYou Know. Love reading Rachel Hauck.

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  5. So hard to pick only one. I love the traditional hymns. Michael W. Smith and Steven Curtis Chapman have Christmas albums I enjoy.

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