Monday, 23 December 2013

Wedding Night By Sophie Kinsella

Lottie wants to get married - to the right man, of course. She's sure her boyfriend is about to propose. 

So when the proposal doesn't happen and she meets her first love from long ago, Lottie decides on drastic action. They'll get married right now, with no engagement, no fuss and, above all, no sex until after they're safely married. It's the perfect plan.

On the other hand...

Fliss is in a middle of a nightmare divorce and just wants her little sister to avoid the mistakes she made. She decides Lottie's marriage has to be stopped at all costs and chases the (un)happy couple to their romantic honeymoon venue on a greek island.

Will Lottie have a wedding night to remember... or one to forget?

My View 

It was a slow start to this book but once I did get into it, it was an easy read. I enjoyed the storyline and even though it seemed unrealistic it was very entertaining. The character Lottie did remind me of Becky Bloomwood from the shopaholic series, but I found Lottie hilarious and cringed at her embarrassing moments. It has some laugh out loud bits in places and is a good quick read as it's an easy to put-down and pick-up type of book.

I cannot deny that it's not as good as her first few books & my favourite one is Twenties Girl, but it's still a good read and entertaining.

Mrs P

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