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    A contemporary fairy-tale romance

    4 stars “The Accidental Wedding” by Debra Elizabeth is the first book in the ‘Loving a Billionaire’ series and features marketing specialist Keira Callahan, who is at a low point and trying to cheer herself up on the Las Vegas Strip when she has a fortuitous encounter with Cade Tyndale who is facing his own life-changing challenge. They take a chance on each other, which results in Keira travelling to England and experiencing a life far different from the one she’s used to. Dealing with hostile relatives, coping with the responsibilities of being an earl’s wife, and discovering whether her relationship with her husband can be more than an arrangement on paper will definitely take all of Keira’s determination and require that she and Cade learn how to trust one another. This contemporary romance has fairy-tale elements and is a great way to armchair travel. It was particularly intriguing for me to read as I had just experienced the wonders the Bellagio has to offer and enjoyed the spot-on descriptions! I was a little skeptical of the trust that is automatically conferred…her to travel to another country with a virtual stranger and him to believe that she was not a gold digger…but the author did a great job of penning personable characters and making me root for their success. I thought the dynamics with Cade’s brother were a little odd, particularly his semi-conversion which seemed out of character with his previous behavior and it seemed to me that money is thrown around an awful lot by Cade which conflicts with the constant search to make more. Despite all this, I enjoyed the vivid imagery and the intensifying relationship between the main characters and the over-the-top lifestyle described. This was one of those uplifting sigh-worthy stories that put a smile on my face and reminded me why I enjoy romances so much and I look forward to reading more delightful stories by this author. A copy of this title was provided to me for review

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