Friday 17 July 2015

The Girl's Guide to Getting Married by Sophie Hart - Four *


Rule number one: Keep calm and marry on…

When new mum and events planner Julia Crawford is given the opportunity to plan three weddings, she jumps at the chance. What could possibly go wrong? … 

Forget bridezilla, Aimee’s future mother-in-law is the stuff of nightmares – hell bent on taking over the wedding entirely. Worse still, her fiancĂ©, Jon, seems oblivious. Aimee’s starting to wonder if she and her groom-to-be are right for each other after all… 

Body shy Debbie is on a mission. She’s determined to shed a lot of pounds before the big day. As the wedding inches closer, will the new Debbie lose sight of what’s really important? 

Gill loves Mike and their blended family of five kids to bits, but with a house full of teenage hormones and her eldest, Kelly, struggling with so much change, Gill is feeling the pressure... 

As the women bond over cake and a cuppa, can they each resolve their wedding woes before the big day? 

An uplifting, warm-hearted read packed with love, laughter and friendship. If you’re a fan of Jill Mansell, Milly Johnson or Lucy Diamond you’re in for a real treat. 


This is a lovely feel-good book and I thoroughly enjoyed it. It is a sequel to The Girl's Guide to Falling in Love but stands alone very well indeed.

Julia is a new mum and a wedding-planner. The book is about Julia's struggles returning to work and the weddings she arranges. 

We meet Aimee - a lovely bride with the Mother-in-law from hell, Gill and her huge 2nd time around family and "Desperately-Dieting Debbie". Such different brides, all in very different circumstances. 

The book follows the four women as they meet and friendships develop.

The road to the altar is never straightforward and, in one case at least, the Happy Ever After is not necessarily what you are expecting!

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