The Marriage of Innis Wilkinson by Lauren H. Brandenburg ~ Review


A whimsical romantic comedy centering on Roy Blackwell and Margarette Toft as they prepare for their impending nuptials during the most unpredictable time of the year,  between feuding families, a town secret and the crazy happenings of the festival, what could possibly go wrong?

A delightful read, with a full cast of colorful characters that make the enchanting town of Coraloo come alive. I loved the comfortable chemistry between Roy and Margarette, and how they work together to overcome obstacles that threaten their union and unravel the mystery of Innis Wilkinson. This story drifts forward and back in time, as we learn the history of some of the long held prejudices and superstitions of the residents of Coraloo, in this backstory dependent storyline.

Overall, a fun-filled, light-hearted read about the things that we bring and leave behind going into a marriage. I loved getting to know the colorful members of the Coraloo township, both inside and outside the market. There are many hilarious mishaps along the way, and I admired how so many characters were comfortable being their our quirky selves. A sweet romantic comedy, whimsical, and fun!

I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.

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