Thursday, January 15, 2015

Read All About It: Wedding Night by Sophie Kinsella

This was my first Sophie Kinsella book. It was entertaining, but a bit ridiculous. 

Basically, Lottie is at dinner with her boyfriend, Richard. She thinks he is going to propose. And he does, but not marriage. He proposes that they go on a trip together. Lottie gets upset and tells him she thought he was proposing marriage. He balks and she breaks up with him. In her post-breakup funk, an old boyfriend calls her up and they meet for dinner. Ironically enough, he ends up spontaneously proposing to her, telling her that he always loved her, blah, blah, blah. She says yes and they get married. They jet off to Greece for their honeymoon. Meanwhile, Lottie's sister Fliss does everything in her power to screw up the honeymoon. She is convinced that Lottie is making a huge mistake due to her breakup and she doesn't want Lottie and Ben to consummate the marriage, because then Lottie still has a chance to get it annulled. Fliss enlists the help of the concierge of the hotel to throw a wrench in the romance. 

Ridiculous, right???? It was a silly, quick read. I gave it 3 out of 5 stars. 

Do you ever read books where you know they are completely silly, but keep reading them anyway? 

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  1. This sounds like such a fun, crazy book! I want to read it, as long as it doesn't inspire me to do anything that crazy ;)

  2. Sophie Kinsella is the bomb in writing YA novels. I haven't read this one though. I'm gonna add it to my Kinsella book list. :)

  3. I love Sophie Kinsella! She's great for light, fun reads that are kinda crazy. I haven't read this one yet.


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