Title: December Wedding
Author: Emelle Gamble
Genre: Women’s Fiction
Publication Date: November 22, 2014
About the Book
A Christmastime novella to complete the saga of two people who have struggled for a long time to be together…
The final act…you met actress Molly Harper and her one-time love Cruz Morales in DUETS. You watched them battle the press, their families and one another in MOLLY HARPER. Now together again and expecting a child, will the love story of Molly and Cruz end with a happily ever after, or will all the old problems of family, fame and temperament once again rule the day? Join the Harper, Sullivan, and Morales families for more than one surprise in DECEMBER WEDDING.
Available on Amazon.
I received a free copy of the audiobook for an honest review.
I had listened to Molly Harper which is women’s fiction and is full of drama and heartache. I was happy to listen to December Wedding about Molly and Cruz to see what was in store for them.
It was nice to read about Molly and Cruz living as close to normal as possible. There was still some drama but it had a lot of smiles and a good ending.
Emelle Gamble’s writing is easy to follow and flows well. I had the audiobook and the narrator, Caroline Price, did a good job. I was able to distinguish all of the different characters.
If you like women’s fiction, I definitely recommend December Wedding but keep a box of Kleenex handy.
About the Author
Emelle Gamble was a writer at an early age, bursting with the requisite childhood stories of introspection which evolved into bad teen poetry and attempts at ‘real literature’ all copies of which she has since, very sensibly, shredded. She took her first stab at romantic fiction in an adult education writing class when her kids were in bed, taught by fellow writer Carolyn Haines, in Mobile, Alabama. As M.L. Gamble, she published several romantic suspense novels with Harlequin. She is now contracted with Soul Mate Publishing for Secret Sister, summer of 2013, and Dating Cary Grant, an early 2014 release.
Always intrigued by the words ‘what if’, Emelle’s books feature an ordinary woman confronted with an extraordinary situation. She most enjoys reading stories that surprise and amaze her, and hopes her readers will enjoy the challenging and exciting journeys her characters take.
Emelle lives in suburban Washington D.C. with her husband, Phil, her hero of thirty years, and two orange cats, Lucy and Bella. Her daughter, Olivia, and son, Allen, are happily launched on their own and contributing great things to society, which has always been their mother’s fondest wish.