Wedding Night - Book Review
The eighth book I read for 24 books in 2017 was Wedding Night by Sophie Kinsella.
Wedding Night by Sophie Kinsella
Paperback 464 pages Publisher: Dial Press Trade Paperback; Reprint Edition (May 13, 2014)
Lottie thinks her long time boyfriend is going to propose but when he doesn't, she gets upset and calls off their relationship altogether. Strangely enough, at the same time, her old flame Ben gets back into contact with her, and the two of them decide to skip dating and jump right into marriage. Lottie's sister Fliss, who has been going through a tough divorce is determined to make sure her sister doesn't end up in the same position she's in. Believe me when I say, Fliss will do anything to make sure her sister doesn't consummate the marriage.
This book was a little different than the others I've read by her, because it alternates chapters every so often to change from Fliss and Lottie's view points. It also took a little longer than the others to hook me in, but once it did, I found myself unable to put the book down and also, dreaming of a beautiful Greece vacation. Definitely worth sticking through.