Does a bride-to-be ever know for certain that she's chosen the right man?
Ellie Andrews is finally getting married. Or she will be if she drinks enough champagne to pluck up the courage for her trip down the aisle.
The problem is that after months spent bickering over menus and table placements, Ellie's never felt more distant from the man she's supposed to be spending the rest of her life with. As last-minute nerves take hold, a night of soul-searching sees Ellie reflecting back on old flames in a bid to reassure herself she's making the right decision. There's Rupert - adoring but dull; Jay - the teenage crush; Marcus - sexy but toxic; and Xander - a true friend. But as the sun rises and the ceremony looms ever closer, Ellie is still unsure if she's doing the right thing.
Then an unexpected encounter turns her world upside down. Should she take a chance? Or should she stick with the choices she's made? As Ellie makes her way to the church, only one question remains: who will be waiting for her at the altar?
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- S Wilkins
Cute, fun descriptive writing style
Listening to the audiobook sometimes I wouldn’t know if a new chapter was current or past. But funny writing style reminded me of Sophie Kinsella /shopaholic series. A light read in between my more serious books 😃
Boring and unlikable heroine; frustrating
I wouldn't recommend this book because the heroine is a directionless wimp who allows herself to be denigrated and bullied by her mother and four older sisters.
The other reason I hated this book is because it takes the listener a while to realize you are going back and forth from the present to he past, even though the past sounds like the present. This is especially confusing at the end when you're waiting for the book to end and find out who she's going to marry already and she STILL can't make up her mind!
The bravest thing she does in the entire book is say no to a marriage proposal. From there the book gets worse as she dates an MP, unwittingly gets trapped up a tree, continues her crush on a longtime friend and then when something happens that he can't be with her, she starts a whirlwind romance with the nicest rock star on he planet.
Seriously, I kept waiting and waiting for the book to end just so I could stop the torture.