Matrimonial Merriment (Valor and Doyle Book 7) by Nicky James

When Aslan and Quiad decide to get married this is not your normal wedding. There is so many laughs and tears in this story. It is warmhearted entertainment. Matrimonial Merriment is the 7th book in the Valor and Doyle series.

From the blurb:

Quaid Andrew Valor and Aslan Ronan Doyle cordially invite you to be an honorary guest as they join their lives in matrimony. The ceremony is set to take place at Strongwind Castle on December 23rd.
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Time is short. Quaid has less than three months to plan the wedding of his dreams. A wedding that happens to land two days before Christmas. Don’t be fooled. It is not a Christmas wedding—at least not if Quaid has anything to say about it.

The wedding binder is fat and the list of things that need to be done is long, so when the department decides to implement a mandatory team-building Secret Santa event that will take up every one of Quaid’s available Saturdays, he is livid. There is no time for nonsense on his tight schedule.

When Aslan sees what the stress is doing to his fiancé, he calls in the cavalry to help plan the wedding. What could possibly go wrong with Ruiz and Torin on their side?

Relationships grow deeper. Friends and family come together to celebrate. And Quaid and Aslan finally tie the knot.

**Matrimonial Merriment is the seventh book in the Valor and Doyle series. Unlike the other books, this one does not contain a mystery and is wholly focused on our two favorite detectives finally getting married. It was meant as a bonus book but somehow came in at over 100k words. Oops. More of them to love.**

Reedkaye's Review:

I don’t even know where to begin on this review. I’m so under qualified to write this. This story is so above any romance I’ve read for a long time.

Quaid and Aslan have had a bumpy road to getting here but this event sure brings together who they are. Quaid is his normal quirky personality. Aslan is so together I had to wonder just who he really was. This brings together all the frustrations of putting together a wedding and these two had to make it worse by the short time-frame they decided on.  

Bringing together family and friends and all the fun issues that surround a wedding made this such an emotional story. 

I cannot express how much I loved all the laughs and tears I enjoyed while reading it. I also was glad that the author hinted about children in the future. I’m hoping that will happen soon.

Rating: 5 Stars

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