is Danielle Steel's 48th novel of the lives and loves of America's beautiful people, and fans of Steel's recipe for glamour won't be disappointed. The Wedding's
heroine is the young, "long, lean and beautiful" Allegra Steinberg, Hollywood attorney to and confidante of the stars, whose books include Bram Morrison, "one of rock music's great heroes", and the dashingly handsome actor Alan Carr, whose number "half the women in America would have given their right arm for". All seems well in Allegra's Ferre wearing, Mercedes-driving world. Her charming father, Simon Steinberg, is apparently happily married to her beautiful mother Blaire Scott, and the nominee for a clutch of Golden Globe awards as one of Hollywood's most successful movie producers. Allegra's "clean-cut and preppy" boyfriend Brandon Edwards seems to be all that she could want.
However, in the space of several whirlwind days jetting from east to west coast, Allegra makes an unpleasant discovery about her father, and has a fateful encounter in New York with the "long and lean" writer Jeff Hamilton which will change her life forever. Steel sets in motion an emotional roller-coaster which engulfs a dazzling collection of glamorous friends, family and lovers, as the search is on for wedded bliss. --Lucy Snowe
"Steel goes straight for fundamentals of human nature... she has her finger on the button when it comes to modern emotions - and her readers can expect a good cry" (Daily Mail
"For drama that tugs at the heartstrings, try Danielle Steel" (Today