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Olivia Ryan lives in Essex and doesn't remember her own hen night. (Friends tell her it was awesome and they still have the negatives for future blackmail potential.
With each chapter charting a small segment of time, in the wedding day of the title, you will race through this new book from Olivia Ryan, eager to get on the next half hour of mishaps and mayhem. Full of warm, lovable characters this is a great story about friendships, family and love. This is her second novel, after Tales from a Hen Weekend, and we can’t wait for the third.
A fun packed read, with plenty of characters to keep the action going. A hen weekend in Dublin turns in to a confessional for all and sundry when the bride to be discovers well kept secrets about her nearest and dearest. Warm and witty, although a little predictable, but still a good novel to escape in to on a summer afternoon.
'An addictive summer read' Closer - 4* Three newly-wed couples. Three honeymoons. One hotel. And the ultimate question: will true love really conquer all? Hotel Angelo, Croatia. Offers temptingly romantic views, unexpected exes and some serious doubts after 'I Do' Gemma and Andy Collins are childhood sweethearts and madly in love. Gemma is determined to have the perfect honeymoon after their perfect wedding - except that nothing seems to be going to plan. Soon she discovers that they are not the only honeymooners at the hotel, nor the only ones with a secret lying between them . . . Jo and Mark Weston, a young couple who should have stars in their eyes, seem oddly subdued - and strangely matched, while older couple Ruby and Harold Dimmock are finally free to enjoy their lives together, but guilty consciences cast a shadow on their golden years. Over their holiday, all three couples will discover that an immediate post-wedding happy-ever-after is not always guaranteed, but also that true love is worth fighting for . . . Praise for Sheila Norton (writing as Olivia Ryan): 'Like a good cappuccino, there's more to this book than just an enjoyable, witty read' Katie Fforde 'This is a delightful novel that many women will relate to' Woman's Weekly Fiction Special
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