Looking for a sweet, clean, Christian romance?…Check out Olivia Lynn Jarmusch’s brand new published title, “The Wedding.”– About the Book –
“Vanessa Bennett is living in a real-life fairytale. Now that she’s engaged to the man of her dreams, The Palace Staff is consumed with wedding preparation. The upcoming event is no small affair, as Vanessa is bombarded with hundreds of decisions she needs to make before the wedding date arrives. Amidst the endless details concerning dresses, decorations, and napkins, a greater question looms: is Vanessa truly ready to become Queen? As tensions rise within Tarsurella, the role of joining her betrothed in governing an ever-shifting nation is no small task. Will she crack under the pressure? Meanwhile, Jane Akerly is hoping to awaken from a nightmare. Her father has been missing for months. Advised to accept the harsh reality that he may never return, Jane isn’t ready to give up. She finds comfort in the one place she’s always run to for escape–her daydreams. Her imagination has the power to carry her across the ocean, stroll the streets of London, and imagine that all is well. In an unexpected turn of events, Jane is given the opportunity to create the future of her dreams–but will her pen be enough to save her? The Wedding is Book #3 in The Tales of Tarsurella Series.”
While you’re on Amazon purchasing “The Wedding,” I highly recommend you check out Olivia Lynn Jarmusch’s other titles in “The Tales of Tarsurella.”
You can find all of these on amazing novels on Amazon in either Ebook or softcover form.
– About the Author –
I believe one of the most challenging tasks in life is writing a mini-biography for cyberspace! How are you supposed to choose from among millions of words in the English dictionary, and narrow it down to several sparkly words that best describe who you are on that particular day?!
The human heart, her ever changing personality, and her life-long dreams, cannot be fully expressed within the restraints of a Twitter-sized box.
So who am I?
I am a scrapbook made of many different materials. I’ve got layers of photos, ribbons, buttons and stickers; history that built who I am today, and dreams that are planning out the pages of tomorrow.
I’m a 25-year-old author, singer, song-writer, blogger, and content creator. But most importantly, I am a Daughter of the One True King. Any other word or descriptive title that myself (or anyone else) might try to attach onto my identity is only written in chalk. My hobbies, giftings, and desires are always changing and growing! They are forever being erased and re-written. I’m not the same girl I was yesterday…and that is absolutely okay.
The only thing constant about who I am, the only thing written in permanent marker is Who I belong to. As a follower of Christ, and a precious Daughter in His Kingdom, that is the only identity that I cling to.
I am a human being. Not a human doing. What I do, and the things I enjoy, or am good at, do not define who I am. Only the love of Christ defines me.
I am hidden in Him, and confident in the truth that I am His Beloved!
To find out more about Olivia, check out her blog and other social media pages! The Tales of Tarsurella aren’t her only published works!
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– My Review of the Wedding –
This book was lovely. Unlike the Coronation and the Rebellion, it was more of a sweet, relaxing read.
I enjoyed hearing from my favorite characters, mainly Bridget, Asher, and Hanson, as well as all the rest. 🙂 While still bursting with the rich flavor of royal life, we also get a picture into the lives of the more common folk, such as Jane. (No more spoilers, people. 🙂
Asher was such a gentleman in this story! I loved how he took the time to try and help others, even though his future seemed uncertain and scary. Bridget and Liam, they are so sweet! I wanted to slap Hanson for not telling Chasity about all his secrets earlier. It would’ve saved a lot of heartbreak. I also feel bad for him. Imagine having to always look behind your back for unsuspecting enemies?
The book seemed a little rushed at the end, but I was delighted to see that “The Tales of Tarsurella” will be continued!
Overall, this was a great read! I highly encourage you to check it out. With the holidays coming up, add this book to your stack of “holiday reads.” 🙂