Wedding Night by Sophie Kinsella

When Lottie met Richard for lunch, she thought he was going to propose, but he didn’t. Lottie was crushed, totally heartbroken, but assured her older sister Fliss that all was well, Wedding Night by Sophie Kinsellaeven though that was far from the truth.

Lottie, on the rebound, met up with her boyfriend (Ben) from her college days and within a short time agreed to marry him. Fliss’s job, as the big sister, was to make sure that didn’t transpire.  What occurred next will take you on a whirlwind trip as Fliss attempts to make sure that Lottie and Ben never marry.  However, just when she thinks she has the situation under control, she finds out that Ben and Lottie got married and are packed and leaving for Greek island where they met so many years before and Lottie is hoping to get pregnant on her honeymoon.  That can’t happen if Fliss wants Lottie to have the marriage annulled.  Will Fliss stop the marriage before it is consummated?

Intertwined with Lottie’s story is Fliss’s story. Fliss has recently gone through a painful divorce and thinks her motivation is to protect Lottie from the same lot in life.  But is it?

Sophie Kinsella’s WEDDING NIGHT was a both a quick read and a highly entertaining story.  It is filled with humor (I laughed out loud the whole time I was reading it), romance, and many surprising events.  I would positively recommend WEDDING NIGHT.

6 thoughts on “Wedding Night by Sophie Kinsella

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    1. Thanks you Julie. Wedding Night is a laugh out loud story. If you haven’t read it, I would certainly recommend it when you are in the mood for something light and funny. It’s an easy read, so you’ll whip through it in no time.

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