This was an excellent book, a laugh a page. It was so funny to see her try and chose between two weddings. I’ve almost read the whole series ( all in the wrong order! )` The only one I have one book left which is Shopaholic and Baby.
Rebecca Bloomwood has the dream job. She’s a personal shopper, so is able to spend other people’s money all day instead of her own. And she gets paid for doing it. The perfect job, the perfect man – gorgeous Luke Brandon – and now … the perfect wedding.
Yes, Luke has proposed and wedding bells are in sight. No excuses are needed to start the shopping trip of all time. And Becky’s parents are just assuming that the wedding will be at home – a marquee in the garden and Becky in her mum’s wedding dress, which she’s been saving specially for the occasion. But Luke’s mother has very different ideas – a huge affair in New York in a forest glade setting – or perhaps a Venetian Ball.
Now Becky’s getting confused. She doesn’t want to say ‘no’ to anyone. The plans are going ahead, and soon it will be too late to turn back – from either wedding…
This is one of the funniest books I’ve read. Sophie Kinsella is on of the funniest authors to write books theses days.
Becky is going to get married, Luke’s mother wants a plaza extravaganza whilst Becky’s mother wants a home wedding at the family church back in England. She tries to cancel the Plaza wedding that Luke’s mothers paying for to find out that if she cancels she has to pay a fee of $100,000. She is tangled in a web of weddings stuck and unable to get out. But can she find a way out?
My Favourite Quote
So what are you going to call her? (Becky)
We can’t decide, what would you call a baby? (Suze)
Ooh! I don’t know, Maybe Lauren, after Ralph. Or Dolce. I pause for a few moments Vera after Vera Wang. (Becky)