The Wedding Girl by Madeleine Wickham

August 4, 2009 at 8:04 am Leave a comment

From the jacket: At the age of 18, Millie was up for anything. Now, ten years later, she is a very different person about to be married to a wealthy serious man, who believes her to be perfect. Now she is facing the biggest and most elaborate wedding imaginable. But one small episode form the past has the power to completely derail her carefully planned nuptials.

This was a quick read for a rainy day. I thought the premise was a bit thin, especially for a 300+ page novel. And I was right. It was ok, but there wasn’t much substance. I liked Millie, and there were a few twists I didn’t see coming but the villain’s motivation was poorly explained, so that sorta ruined the ending for me.

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Entry filed under: Chick Lit, Fiction.

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