Monday, 10 November 2014

Married by Midnight by Talli Roland

What They Say:

Christmas is coming . . . and so is the biggest day of Kate’s life.

While choosing a vintage dress for her Christmas Eve wedding, Kate finds a cryptic note pinned to the inside of a 1930s gown. As doubts about her own ceremony loom, Kate is determined to track down the dress’ owner and determine what became of her – and the marriage.

Will Kate find the answers she’s seeking to propel her down the aisle, or will her discovery prompt her to call off the wedding for good?

What I Say:

I would like to say thank you to author Talli Roland for sending me a copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review.

Kate is preparing for the biggest day of her life, her wedding day. Kate is however having seconds thoughts and is trying to convince herself that she wants to get married.  It is clear from the beginning she is with the wrong man.  Kate goes into the local wedding dress shop to find her wedding dress, after trying on lots of dresses, she comes across the perfect dress, the dress has been previously owned.  Kate finds a note in the lining...

Kate is a brilliantly written character and I couldn't help feel for her when she has doubts about marrying someone so totally opposite to her, but surely the cards don't lie, right? 

This is a really lovely Christmas story, especially when Kate decides to find the dresses owner rather than concentrate on her wedding.   It is also lovely and romantic, think you could find someone again after all the years apart.  There are lots of lovely characters in this book, especially Kate's sister Bea, I hope Talli will write a book about her. 

Talli has come up with another Christmas winner and I can't wait to read more and more from Talli.

About The Author

Talli Roland writes fun, romantic fiction. Born and raised in Canada, Talli now lives in London, where she savours the great cultural life (coffee and wine).

Despite training as a journalist, Talli soon found she preferred making up her own stories--complete with happy endings. Talli's debut novel The Hating Game was short-listed for Best Romantic Read at the UK's Festival of Romance, while her second, Watching Willow Watts, was selected as an Amazon Customer Favourite. Her novels have also been chosen as top books of the year by industry review websites and have been bestsellers in Britain and the United States.

To learn more about Talli, go to or follow Talli on Twitter: @talliroland. 

Talli blogs at

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