Double Wedding - Patricia Scanlan Reviews
Description:ISBN 0553818902 / Author: Patricia Scanlan / Genre: Fiction / Jessica and Carol, two childhood friends, are both engaged to be married. ... more
Double Wedding - Patricia Scanlan ... Secretly afraid her fiance is going to chicken out, Carol is insisting on a double wedding. Jessica is appalled at the idea: she doesn't want to share the happiest day of her life with whining Carol and her womanising boyfriend. Unfortunately for her, she has a very soft heart and is easily persuaded to agree. Carol's parents are separated and at loggerheads. Neither wants the other to be there. Who will win that war? Nadine, Carol's younger sister, is wild and disruptive and drinks like a fish - hardly the ideal wedding guest. Will Carol's family come to blows? Will her fiance do a runner? Will they make it to the altar? And can Jessica and Carol's friendship survive a Double Wedding?
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by - written on 06/11/09 (Very useful, 53 readings)
"Double Wedding" is a book by Patricia Scanlan, who is an Irish author, writing mainly in the 'Chick Lit' genre of books. Having read a few of her novels before, and always having enjoyed them, I picked up this paperback at a car boot sale recently for the sum of 30 pence. ** STORY ** Jessica and Carol are two young women who have been best friends since their childhood days. Both girls are engaged to be married, but are involved in very different relationships in terms of trust and commitment. When Jessica announces a date for her upcoming nuptials, Carol panics and suggests the girls have a double wedding, to which ... Read the complete review
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