Three Holidays and a Wedding
From two bestselling Canadian authors comes a multi-faith holiday rom-com about the delightful havoc that occurs when Christmas, Ramadan, and Hanukkah all fall at the same time, and two strangers-turned-friends are snowbound in the small, charming town of Snow Falls along with the cast and crew of a holiday romance movie, nosy family members, and their lifelong crushes.
Three times the holiday magic. Three times the chaos.
As strangers and seatmates Maryam Aziz and Anna Gibson fly to Toronto over the holidays—Maryam to her sister’s impromptu wedding, and Anna to meet her boyfriend’s wealthy family for the first time—neither expect that severe turbulence will scare them into confessing their deepest hopes and fears to one another. At least they’ll never see each other again. And the love of Maryam’s life, Saif, wasn’t sitting two rows behind them hearing it all. Oops.
When Anna, Maryam, Saif, and Maryam’s sister’s bridal party are snowbound at a quirky inn on the outskirts of Snow Falls—a picture-perfect town where a holiday romance starring Anna’s actor-crush is being filmed—chaos ensues. But as Maryam and Anna start to feel the magic of Snow Falls—and find love better than their deepest hopes—they just might realize there’s no place they’d rather be for the holidays.
“The quintessential holiday rom-com…Three Holidays and a Wedding combines two budding romances, a massive snowstorm, unlikely friends, meddling family members, and one magical small-town for the most festive book you’ll read this year. It’s a hopeful story about having the courage to open yourself to others and the journey to finding where you belong.”
—Carley Fortune, author of Every Summer After
“A heartwarming celebration of love, family and faith, Three Holidays and a Wedding tenderly explores the bonds that bring us to our best selves.”
—Jean Meltzer, international bestselling author of The Matzah Ball
“From its very first pages, Three Holidays and a Wedding whisked me away and dropped me down, gently, into a festive fairytale. This sweet, sparkling novel is as fun and surprising as a perfect snow day. Uzma Jalaluddin and Marissa Stapley have proven that wherever you may find yourself, community is the people you love.”
—Lauren Fox, New York Times bestselling author of Send for Me
“This delightful romance will have your heart humming with happiness: sweet, tender and joyful, it brings the magic of the holidays alive. An uplifting and inclusive celebration.”
—Ausma Zehanat Khan, author of Blackwater Falls
“Three Holidays and a Wedding is the most delightful holiday rom-com. Marissa Stapley and Uzma Jalaluddin have written a charming novel that explores love, happiness, and honesty with sweet and hilarious characters that will steal your heart. I devoured it!”
—Jennifer Close, New York Times bestselling author of Marrying the Ketchups
“The perfect cozy read that turns winter travel chaos into triple-holiday magic! Uzma Jalaluddin and Marissa Stapley create a sparkling world readers will never want to leave.”
—Amy E. Reichert, author of Once Upon a December
“A sweet and touching celebration of friendship, family, faith, and of course, love that will delight readers seeking to lose themselves in the romance and magic of the season…A new festive classic.”
—Lily Chu, author of The Stand-In
“Perfectly charming and heartwarming, Three Holidays and a Wedding expertly wraps three holiday traditions, two tender romantic stories, and one warm loving family in a giant feel-good wintry hug….My favorite holiday romance ever!”
—Sara Desai, author of The Dating Plan and To Have and to Heist
“Such a delight! With larger-than-life memorable side characters, not one but two swoon-worthy romances, and all the diversity and acceptance I could ask for, this was truly a perfect holiday rom-com.…This book should be a holiday classic.”
—Farah Heron, author of Kamila Knows Best and Accidentally Engaged
“Festive and fun! A one-of-a-kind swoony story that celebrates so much more than just Christmas! I absolutely loved it!”
—Chantel Guertin, author of It Happened One Christmas
“Holy holiday!…Being marooned has never been more fun.”
—Zarqa Nawaz, author of Jameela Green Ruins Everything and creator of Little Mosque on the Prairie