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Shopaholic Ties The Knot: (Shopaholic Book 3) Audio CD – Abridged, Audiobook, CD
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"Witty and hilarious" (Cosmopolitan)
"The diva of consumerism is back." (Glamour)
"Another spirited and funny comedy that sees Becky finally happy. But hopefully not retired." (Sunday Mirror) --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
The third book in Kinsella's successful Shopaholic series - now available on CDSee all Product description
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Becky, a lovable if self-deluded character, reminded me of Isabel Wolfe's scatty heroines and if you enjoy her books you will love this. As someone currently engaged in planning her own wedding, I found Becky's latest set of problems particularly poignant - and reassuring. After all, who else could possibly get themselves into such impossible situations? My own wedding dilemmas paled into insignificance by comparison! As the plot unfolds you keep reading in enjoyably horrified fascination - how on earth is she going to get out of this one?
Highly recommended for brides-to-be or anybody in need of some high-quality escapist entertainment.
Roll on the next one!
Kinsella has done it again with the third in a delicious trilogy of books so frothy, it melts in the mind like pink-coloured candy floss.
There’s the sumptuous shopping detail again that makes you long to rush out, spend all day in the shops and return clutching posh plastic carrier bags.
But, even better, there’s a fabulous plot that has you rushing through it in a can’t-wait-to-see-what-happens way.
I think it was milked just a leeetle bit too much this time and could have been about 50 pages shorter, maybe. And some of the characterisation is more than a little stretch. Would, for example, Luke REALLY care so much for his mother’s approval when he has a much nicer step mum who gladly stepped into the gap left when his truly appalling mother took off?
Ah but then we wouldn’t have had the rattlingly good plot, would we? And the tension was such that you really couldn’t see a way out this time for Becky. This was just THE biggest mess she’d ever got herself in. Just how WOULD she resolve it?
A cracker. I read it on holiday and it felt exactly like a book of this genre should feel - a real treat. A true girlie read. Save it for a wet weekend, a night in when there's nothing on the telly, a long train ride - or just when you need to treat yourself.
Brain candy at it's very VERY best...
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