About the Book
Book: Ghosted at the Altar
Author: Chautona Havig
Genre: Christian fiction, Christmas romance
He’s goin’ to the chapel and he’s gonna get… ghosted?
Guys don’t always “get into” the whole wedding thing, but there’s one thing Mitchell Bogaert has been anticipating for the last two years–that first glimpse of Brenna coming to meet him at the altar. So, when the back doors open to reveal a missing bride, he’s shocked, disappointed, hurt, angry–pick your negative emotion. It probably fits.
Brenna Kinsey didn’t know she’d bolt at the last minute, but now she’s trying to figure out what happened and how to prevent it
Lauren Kinsey, on the other hand, is more than just the kid-sister bridesmaid. She’s a self-proclaimed sleuth and determined to ferret out the problem, arrive at a solution, and get things back on track before broken hearts shatter into more pieces than Humpty Dumpty.
Time’s running out, only the bride and groom don’t realize it. How will Lauren fix this mess before the “clock strikes midnight” and there isn’t a ghost of a chance to save the marriage that never got a chance to be?
Click here to get your copy!
About the Author
Chautona Havig lives in an oxymoron, escapes into imaginary worlds that look startlingly similar to ours
More from Chautona
How Did One Silly Story Become a Favorite Series?
Dickens and his revival of the “ghost story” at Christmas inspired the kick-off book in a series I’d planned almost twenty years ago. The little village of New Cheltenham first appeared in None So Blind and Thirty Days Hath…. However, the touristy village with its obsession with all things English
That first book… still isn’t in print. I’ve reimagined it, and it will be coming out soon. However, Dickens… well, that guy has a way of getting under your skin, and what better place for a Dickens Ghost Storytelling Contest than in a village that looks ripped from England’s countryside?
The Ghosts of New Cheltenham was born. I actually thought it would be a great way for me to force myself to finish that book I’d started so long ago. But then Amanda Tru sent me a message that said, “We’re going to do one about wedding dresses,” and Something Borrowed, Someone Blue became the second book instead. I wanted more of Mitchell, Brenna, and the loveable Lauren, so I concocted a story that would give me just that.
Is it any wonder, then, when Amanda messaged again with our next collection theme of jilted brides or grooms, I immediately thought, “Oh, dear! What if Mitchell got ghosted at the altar?” That is the fastest title I’ve ever come up with!
Because one more Christmas story in New Cheltenham wasn’t quite enough, I set
While you can read these books as stand
Something Borrowed, Someone Blue (in The Wedding Dress Yes CrossRoads Collection)
Ghosted at the Altar (in the Five Gold Rings CrossRoads Collection)
The Bells of New Cheltenham. (in the Melodies of Christmas Love Collection)
(note, the last two really can be read in any order.)
How did my silly idea for a
Texas Book-aholic, December 7
Debbie’s Dusty Deliberations, December 8
CarpeDiem, December 8
Inklings and notions, December 9
Babbling Becky L’s Book Impressions, December 10
For Him and My Family, December 10
Locks, Hooks and Books, December 11
Book Bites, Bee Stings, & Butterfly Kisses, December 12
deb’s Book Review, December 12
Artistic Nobody, December 13 (Guest Review from Joni Truex)
Holly Jo Morris, December 13
Ashley’s Bookshelf, December 14
Pause for Tales, December 14
Blogging With Carol, December 15
Lots of Helpers, December 16
Captive Dreams Window, December 16
Sara Jane Jacobs, December 17
Vicky Sluiter, December 17
Rachael’s Inkwell, December 18
She Lives To Read, December 19
Mary Hake, December 19
Truth and Grace Homeschool Academy, December 20
To celebrate her tour, Chautona is giving
Be sure to comment on the blog stops for nine extra entries into the giveaway! Click the link below to enter.