Christmas Camp Wedding by Karen Schaler | Novella Review

Christmas Camp Wedding by Karen Schaler is a bite sized sequel to Christmas Camp featuring all the same characters. On the whole, this novella just flies by. It serves as an okay epilogue but ultimately is not one of those novellas that is absolutely a must read.

In this story Haley and Jeff are about to get married on Christmas Eve. They plan to get married at the B&B Haley’s parents just opened. Unfortunately, disaster strikes and plans change. So, they end up deciding to get married at Christmas Camp instead. They’ll have to pull the whole event off at the last minute. Luckily they have a wedding planner named Trisha to help. Unluckily, that wedding planner is Jeff’s ex. Of course, things just keep going sideways for this wedding.

I think though you can probably guess how things will end up for Haley and Jeff. You can likely even guess how the book will end too. It is sweet, I will say. There’s also a couple elements I truly enjoyed. It also is nice to read about what the characters were up to. However, nothing about this felt like essential reading.

On A Scale From One To Buddy The Elf How Much Christmas Spirit Does Christmas Camp Wedding Have?

Christmas Camp Wedding is set at Christmas time. There’s different activities that get the characters into the spirit. However some of those activities did feel like a retread from the previous book. I think this is a lighter hearted read – but there’s no hearts or minds being changed here and that’s okay. If you’ve got a stressful holiday season and just want an easy fast read this book is worth checking out and should help recharge your seasonal batteries a little.


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April is in her 30s and created Good Books And Good Wine. She works for a non-profit. April always has a book on hand. In her free time she can be found binge watching The Office with her husband and toddler, spending way too much time on Pinterest or exploring her neighborhood.

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