Lorna Sanders stepped up to raise her niece, after her sister and brother-in-law’s tragic deaths. She never allowed herself to dream that someday she would have a family of her own, but meeting Jonathan Sawyer changes all of that. He teaches Lorna that age is just a
number and dreams can come true, especially at Christmas.
Jonathan Sawyer’s job is to keep Lorna’s family safe, he never imagined that job would also include protecting her heart. He just needs to convince Lorna that wishing for her heart’s desire and Christmas miracles are both possible. Can Sawyer’s plan, for a Christmas wedding be enough to show her that it’s never too late to find happily ever after?
K. L. Ramsey was born and raised in Maryland. As a child she struggled in school, having to attend speech and reading therapy. Her teacher told her that she would never be a very good reader; that English was just not her thing. She continued to struggle until eleventh grade, when she signed up for a Creative Writing class. Her high school teacher saw her potential and submitted a short story, that K. L. had written for class, to a local literary publication. The story was not only published but won an award for best short story. Knowing that someday she wanted to become a writer, K. L. received her BA in
English from Salisbury State University.
K. L. Ramsey currently resides in West Virginia (Go Mountaineers!). She lives with hunky scientist, two now not so little people, and six fur babies. In her spare time, she likes to read romance novels, attend WVU football games and drink wine with girlfriends.
In K.L. Ramsey’s “The Christmas Wedding”, forty year-old Lorna Sanders is having an on and off relationship with bodyguard Jon Sawyer who’s five years her junior. He’s hot, sexy and she’d love to settle down with him, but refuses to do so, on the grounds that it would be unfair to him. He may want kids and might regret not being able to have them with her. And the last thing she wants is to carry that sort of guilt around with her, especially if he later even resents her for spoiling his chances of ever having a family.
Jon is not having any of it. He would be perfectly happy with Lorna, if only she would let him in, but being able to prove how much she means to him, despite their age gap, is no mean feat. What transpires is a series of events that will either bring them closer together, or pull them apart for good. Either way, the outcome will change everything and there may never be any way of going back to the way things were. But can Jon convince Lorna that age is just a number, before it’s too late?
What would you do if you loved someone, but felt you might hold them back if you were together? Sacrifice your own happiness for theirs, or take the risk? Isn’t that what life is all about, taking risks? Nothing is ever achieved by doing nothing, after all. These are just a few questions which sprung to mind as I read this exciting, well-written, romantic suspense. A must read, even if you’ve not read the first in this series!