When Juliette Duffy became a single mother, she felt like her world had ended. Dreams of rose-covered cottages, rolling pins and two parents living with their own biological child were well and truly shattered.
But now Juliette is engaged to her childhood sweetheart, Alex Dalton, and everything is looking up. Juliette can’t wait to marry Alex and live happily ever after at the Dalton Estate.
The trouble is, Juliette isn’t the only one getting married this year. Her ex-partner, Nick, is getting married too and is trying his hardest to sabotage Juliette’s wedding day. Plus, there’s the small matter of the global Covid-19 pandemic.
Will Juliette get the wedding of her dreams? Or will Nick succeed in ruining yet another wedding day?
Wednesday 24th June
Another meeting with our wedding planner today – this time about party favours.
Cressida showed us cute little hangover kits, personalised wine glasses, mini champagne bottles, chocolate truffle boxes, watches, toiletries, all sorts. There was even a monogrammed rum and Coca Cola can and a little treasure chest of sugared almonds, should we choose a Caribbean destination wedding.
When Nick and I got married, all we thought about was drink, food and the church, in that order.
Who knew there was so much sparkle and magic in the wedding world?
Other books in the series:
Oh my goodness!! My sides hurt from the amount of laughing I’ve done reading this book! I adore this series, it is a welcome return to characters that are becoming like family.
This is a book that has surprised me. I didn’t think I’d want to read a book about Covid or with any mention of it. However, this author is always a winner for me.
The author is amazingly talented and never fails to leave a smile on my face. This is a wonderful book which I have devoured and already eagerly anticipating the next.
This could easily be a TV series, the characters are wonderful and the plot is unique but on times hilarious.
I am a huge fan of this author and to be asked to review this book has been an honour.
This is without a doubt a five star read which I highly recommend. Although, Covid has been mentioned- this is a perfect escapist read.