Holiday Reads: Christmas Bliss by Mary Kay Andrews

Christmas Bliss by Mary Kay Andrews
Released: October 15, 2013
Publisher: St. Martin’s Press
Format: Finished copy via publisher
Rating: 4/5

‘Twas the night before Christmas, and Savannah was breezy
But there's trouble afoot - and it's heading toward Weezie.
Seems BeBe’s been holding a big secret back that would make Santa’s reindeer stop dead in their tracks.
Can these two best friends wriggle out of these twists? Will they do it in time to ensure CHRISTMAS BLISS?

My Thoughts
Christmas Bliss is a novel about two best friends, Weezie and BeBe and their troubled lives that are happening weeks leading up to Christmas.

Weezie is set to marry the love of her life on Christmas Day but first she must try and organize her life and keep her family and friends all happy at the same time. Her fiancĂ© is a chef who has been offered a dream job in NYC but Weezie is forced to decide between glamorous New York, and her small hometown which she adores. Not to mention she has to deal with her mother who isn’t ready to face the reality of her fathers on-setting dementia.

BeBe on the other hand is very pregnant living with her boyfriend but refuses to marry again after several bad marriages. One day her world is rocked when she finds out that her divorce from her first marriage never happen, that her ex never signed the papers! The last she knew he was in prison and hasn’t heard from him since. She is forced to go back and come face to face with her past if she ever hopes to have a real future with the man she now loves.

Christmas Bliss is the fourth book in Mary Kay Andrews Blue series. I must admit I never read the others but now that I’ve read this one I can’t wait to dive into the others. No worries! If you haven’t read the others either don’t let this stop you from checking this novel out. It truly reads like a stand-alone. I’ve become a huge fan of Mary Kay Andrews her books are wonderfully written and will make you laugh out loud. With out of this world characters, all with that sassy Southern flair not to mention with Christmas as the back drop you can’t go wrong with this awesome holiday read.


  1. I hate to admit I've never read a Mary Kay Andrews book. Not sure why. I love to pick up a couple of lighter seasonal reads during December, and this one may be on my list this year. Great review, thanks!!

  2. I hadn't either until a few months ago, now I can't wait to read more! This is definitely light and funny. Thanks for stopping by!