Except no one seems willing to leave her alone. If it's not nosy hotel guests, it's movie stars desperate to exchange suites. How's a girl supposed to wallow in misery when, under protest, she's dragged off to shop till she drops, or to film premieres or intimate picnics?
But why was the wedding called off? Where is the absent groom? And can movie stars really fall in love with the girl next door?
What members say
Light and fun - would definately recommend it.
I loved this book, it was light and fun. The story is not exactly taxing but the characters are likeable and the end is not as predictable as I first thought it would be.
Worth the money.
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- Jill Besterman
An easy and entertaining read
This book is a pleasant and light-hearted way to pass a wet afternoon or a train journey. There is nothing taxing about it but it is well-read and I thoroughly enjoyed it.