Saturday, 17 September 2016

Rae reads... The One with the Wedding Dress by Erin Lawless

About the book:

Nora Dervan is ready for her Happy Ever After. With her darling Harry waiting at the altar, and all her family and friends around her. She is certain that her special day will not be forgotten/will be one to remember…

But with her four bridesmaids hiding more secrets, than bottles of champagne. Will her big day be remembered for all the right reasons?

Bea has barely gotten past the fact that her two best friends are dating, and now they’re engaged, whilst cupid’s arrow points in a forbidden direction for Cleo. She is so distracted by her off limits, hot new colleague that she has forgotten Daisy, who has been left dreading the singles table. There’s more romance in the cheesy pick- up lines than Sarah’s own marriage, which hasn’t turned out as she hoped it would be.

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My thoughts:

I read the first book in the Bridesmaids series: The One with the Engagement Party back in June. I thought it was a great start to the series so as soon as I saw the second book available on Netgalley I had to download it.

Each book in the series is a novella and follows a group of bridesmaids as their friend Nora is getting married. 

The first book established the characters so it was a easier to get straight into the story this time. This book was about finding Nora a perfect wedding dress and along the way we find out more about the characters past. Including their relationships with each other and their group of friends. I think one of the most interesting friendships in this story is Cleo and Bea as they are basically frenemies. I really enjoyed learning more of their back story.

The story flowed really well and before I knew it I had nearly finished the book. The theme of friendship running through this book really makes the story come alive. 


I'm really looking forward to reading the rest of this series. Each book reveals more secrets and information. Making me want to learn what will happen next.

The characters are well written and I feel like I am getting to know them pretty well by now. 

The One with the Wedding Dress is entertaining, fun and witty!

Four and a half stars from me!

Thank you to HarperImpulse & Netgalley for my copy in exchange for an honest and unbiased opinion. 


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