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Thirteen Weddings by [Toon, Paige]
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About the Author

Paige Toon was born in 1975 and grew up between England, Australia and America. A philosophy graduate, she worked at teen, film and women's magazines, before ending up at Heat magazine as Reviews Editor. Paige is married, has two small children and lives in Cambridge. Visit her website at paigetoon.com, or you can follow her on Twitter @PaigeToonAuthor

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1009 KB
  • Print Length: 449 pages
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster UK; Paperback Original edition (22 May 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00EBA5ONS
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 375 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #7,469 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Bronte feels like she is happily settled in the UK now, having moved over from her native Australia a few years ago. She's got a good job working on a magazine, good friends and feels happy. However, she didn't expect to bump into someone she had a one night stand with a few years ago, a guy called Alex who seemed to have captured her heart. He's now engaged to Zara, and the fact he's a new work colleague is starting to make life difficult for Bronte - she's struggling to deal with all these feelings. When she gets a new part time job as a wedding photographer, Bronte thinks she might have found her calling, even though she finds it hard to be surrounded by all the loved-up couples. When she's told she has photograph Alex's wedding, Bronte realises she really needs to move on, but can't seem to stay away - will she be able to let Alex and Zara have their happy ever after?

I have to say that I felt this book was very different to Paige's other books. The story is really a love triangle - which man Bronte should end up with, and why. Paige's books are usually more than this, but that really is all there is to this book, and I was a bit surprised at that to be honest. Bronte has to decide whether she wants to be with Lachie, a guitar player she meets at a wedding she is photographing, or Alex, who is of course engaged, but she can't seem to get him out of her head. I didn't like that Bronte wanted to keep going after a man who was with another woman - I never think it's okay to do something like that and therefore in my head it was a no-brainer as to who she should be with - I didn't like that she couldn't move on from him, and was willing to sacrifice his relationship for them to be together.
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By Sophie TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 25 Aug. 2014
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Paige Toon is the author that transformed me into a chick-lit lover, and so a new book written by her is always an exciting time for me. Given that I’m not really a massive fan of reading about weddings, or love triangles, Thirteen Weddings was probably a strange choice of book for me to read but Paige Toon has never let me down so far and she definitely didn’t here. Actually, Thirteen Weddings has been my favourite of her novels so far.

That cover and synopsis would sell any book to me but Thirteen Weddings had a lot more to it than what’s revealed on the back of the book. It’s more than Bronte simply not being able to let go of her one night stand – it was at times a light read, and always entertaining but then in turn, there were some heavier themes worked into the plot, in Paige’s typical stunning fashion. What I was intrigued by the most was Bronte’s new job as a wedding photographer, since we learn early on that she is not a believer in marriage and has a general fear of churches too. It was a fascinating story.

If I’m honest, as soon as I read the prologue, I was kind of disappointed it was just the prologue because I loved it. So much so, I would have been happy to see the story continue straight on from then onwards rather than a year and a half later. Although that might have had something to do with the fact that I fell a little bit in love with Alex at the beginning and his obvious chemistry and connection with Bronte was great to read. Further on in the book, Thirteen Weddings brings us a love triangle though not the one I’d been envisioning before reading. The introduction of Lachie made me feel about as confused as Bronte did about her feelings.
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I wish I knew what to say, I wish I knew how to describe this book using the right words to articulate just how much it pulled me in.
I don’t know where to start, do I tell you that I loved this book that much it’s now become my favourite Paige Toon story.

Do I tell you how much I enjoyed meeting Bronte and loved following her journey. How I was so proud of her for the way she dealt with the Alex situation and the strength she showed facing her fears.

Do I tell you how I long for more Bridget, she is a character that deserves her own story.

Do I tell you how my heart belongs to the gorgeous Australian busker, Lachie, a man who has just the right amount of cockiness and sensitivity.
He just sounds incredible!

Do I tell you how wonderful it was to be able to hear about past characters (a gift that Paige grants us in every book)
And in this book we were spoilt with news.

Do I tell you how I loved the way the story played out, the issues Bronte deals with and an epilogue that left me in awe.

I suppose I could tell you all of that but really I’m just going to say

‘Thirteen Weddings’ is an amazing story that will captivate and astound you, a must read!
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Loved this book, the tension builds, you think the story is going to go one way & it turns leads you another way & then turns again. I couldn't put it down & have been reading whilst I should have been doing other things! I hope there is going to be a sequel? Also love the characters from previous books popping up too.
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