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Wedding Night Kindle Edition

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"The narrative gallops along with humorous scenes and great one-liners...and you won't be able to stop reading until you find out how all the loose ends tie up." (Daily Mail)

"I let out a huge, embarrassing honk of laughter on the tube reading Wedding Night. And then, two stops later, I did it again. This is why Sophie Kinsella is beloved by millions - her books are properly mood-altering. Funny, fast and farcical. I loved it." (JoJo Moyes)

"The most hilarious, breathless romp? imaginable You'll laugh and gasp on every page" (Jenny Colgan)

"This witty tale of misunderstandings and misplaced feelings will tickle your fancy. Kinsella traces Lottie's circuitous pursuit of her elusive fairytale ending with her signature charm and humour." (The Lady)

"Reading this comedy of errors is so much fun that it feels like a lovely treat. This funny, fast-moving novel comes highly recommended." (Daily Mail)

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The eagerly-awaited new novel from the hugely popular number one bestselling author.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1653 KB
  • Print Length: 465 pages
  • Publisher: Transworld Digital (25 April 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00BMQDM10
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars 783 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #3,534 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Sophie Kinsella is a writer and former financial journalist. She is the number one bestselling author of Can You Keep a Secret?, The Undomestic Goddesss, Remember Me? and the hugely popular Shopaholic novels. She lives in London with her husband and family. She is also the author of several bestselling novels under the name of Madeleine Wickham, all published by Black Swan. Visit her website at www.sophiekinsella.co.uk.

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By elle on 11 May 2013
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I was so excited to purchase the book- marked the release day and spent night after nig trying to enjoy the story! Unfortunately it was not funny, nor was it gripping
Just another old story of a girl who can't get her boyfriend to propose!!!!
Reaching half the book, I decided there is no hope that I will be enjoying it
Very disappointed
Waste of money
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I found this book quite disappointing. I didn't really like the characters, I found them to be quite cringe worthy and unrealistic. The plot was too far fetched and I felt myself skipping pages to get to the more interesting bits. To be honest I found it a bit of a chore to read.
I used to be a Sophie Kinsella fan, but not so much anymore.
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I usually love, love, love Sophie Kinsella's books, I couldn't put her last one (I've got your number) down and it was one of these books that make you feel really warm and happy inside. However I was really disappointed in this read. It just didn't make me laugh as her books typically do and it felt a bit like she was reheating one of her older stories. To much of the same old. I didn't feel warming up towards the characters either, Lottie seems just shallow and silly and her sister Fliss is boring. Hopefully the next one will be better again!!
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This is the first review I have ever left and therefore a mark of my extreme disappointment as a hard core Sophie Kinsella fan. A boring, predictable story which is trying to be something it is not (err.....the Shopaholic books). Sophie has truly lost her form and this is far from the standard of Twenties Girl. Even my mum gave up after two chapters!
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I generally love anything that Sophie kinsella writes. I am one of those people who sees her name on a book and doesn't even bother to read the blurb, I'm that quick off the mark getting to the till. However, that was to my detriment this time, and I should have read the overwhelmingly negative reviews that exist prior to buying this. It is cliched, embarrassing, unfunny, irritating, and far too long. You can see the ending coming a mile away and it should have been based on a premise other than trying to stop a couple getting down to business. Not here were also too many cheap and gratuitous, and unfunny, jokes. Avoid this at all costs. It has ruined my previous good memories of Sophie Kinsella's books.
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I'm a big Sophie Kinsella fan, not just the shopaholic series but her stand-alone books too. They have always had me in stitches and even when the characters do stupid things I can't help rooting for them. Not so with this book. There were only a couple of vaguely funny moments, the rest was so far-fetched and ridiculous that I only just made it to the end. The characters are both shallow, selfish individuals with no redeeming features and the story is frankly boring. Basically one sister wants to have sex, other sister wants to stop her. FOR THE ENTIRE BOOK. I wish I hadn't wasted my time. Really hope Sophie Kinsella writes something better next time. This one is off to the charity shop.
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Wedding Night is the first Kinsella novel to split the narration. Instead of just being from the point of view of one character as with the rest of her novels, Wedding Night is told from the viewpoint of two sisters, Fliss and Lottie. Lottie thought she had found the man of her dreams and is convinced he's about to propose, and when he doesn't, she realises he doesn't want what she wants and they break up. When old flame Ben comes back into Lottie's life and reminds them of their pact to get married if they were both still un-wed at 30 (or 33!), Lottie jumps at the chance. Her sister, Fliss, however, couldn't think of anything more horrific. Marrying someone you haven't seen for 15 years? She knows what Lottie is like after a break-up and suspects this is Lottie's mad-cap reaction to the break-up and will stop at nothing to stop this wedding going ahead, knowing first hand what divorce is like and how awful it can be. When Lottie and Ben head off on honeymoon, Fliss isn't far behind, but can she stop Lottie and Ben before they make the biggest mistake of their life or is Fliss about to make the biggest mistake of her life in chasing them down?

I absolutely loved Wedding Night! The dual narration was awesome at letting us follow each sister, as Lottie and Ben try to consummate their marriage and as Fliss does everything in her power to stop that happening, whilst chasing them down to their Greek honeymoon in Ikonos. I found myself alternatively rooting for Lottie and rooting for Fliss, but mostly, I was rooting for Fliss if only because her ways of stopping Lottie were inventive, and that's being mild! What Lottie and Ben go through in Ikonos seems as if it's come straight out of a Carry On film and it was brilliant. Utterly brilliant.
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Wedding Night by Sophie Kinsella is a book which has sat on my shelf for just over a year, I find her books hugely enjoyable and so was saving this one for something special, I chose to read this post honeymoon to extend that loved up glow I’ve got inside but sadly this book let me down a little. It is a good story with some very funny moments but I didn’t feel to truly engage with either of the two main characters Fliss and Lottie which left me struggling with this book at times.
Fliss and Lottie Graveney are sisters who couldn’t be in more different places on the romantic front. Lottie is loved up with Richard and is convinced he’s on the verge of proposing. While sister Fliss is very bitter from her impending divorce with husband Daniel. When Lottie’s dream proposal goes horribly wrong, she ends up splitting from Richard as he embarks on a three month job in San Francisco, leaving Lottie on the edge of a meltdown. Having being here before Fliss readies herself for her sisters next big “Unfortunate Choice”, however this time even she is unprepared for Lottie’s actions…she’s only got an married her teenage sweetheart Ben and is planning sizzling honeymoon back where they met on the Greek isle of Ikonos. Can Fliss save Lottie from herself and how far will she actually go to do so?
Wedding Night is told from a dual perspective of both sisters, this I did enjoy as it gave more insight into the events which were happening and we also saw both sisters’ weaknesses through the eyes of the other. However I just couldn’t seem to connect with either sister. I found Lottie to be impulsive and living in some kind of dream world where being married and having amazing sex is the only thing that counts and to be honest a just wanted to slap her.
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