Sunday Bookshelf – The Wedding Girl by Madeleine Wickham (Sophie Kinsella) #SundayBlogShare

Sunday Bookshelf

This feature is to get more shout-outs for books that are sitting of my bookshelf waiting to be read.

The Wedding Girl by Madeleine Wickham


Book Description

At the age of eighteen, in that first golden Oxford summer, Milly was up for anything. Rupert and his American lover, Allan, were an important part of her new, exciting life, so when Rupert suggested to her that she and Allan should get married to keep Allan in the country, Milly didn’t hesitate.

Ten years later, Milly is a very different person and engaged to Simon—who is wealthy, serious, and believes her to be perfect. Milly’s secret history is locked away so securely she has almost persuaded herself that it doesn’t exist—until, only four days before her elaborate wedding. To have and to hold takes on a whole new meaning when one bride’s past catches up with her and bring the present crashing down.

With her trademark style of keen insight, and razor sharp wit, Madeleine Wickham introduces her fanatical fan-base, plus a host of new readers to a fresh and irresistible heroine in The Wedding Girl.

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13 thoughts on “Sunday Bookshelf – The Wedding Girl by Madeleine Wickham (Sophie Kinsella) #SundayBlogShare

  1. I’ve read one Madeleine Wickham book and I wasn’t that impressed; I think it might have been this one but I’m note sure. I think SK’s chick lit is better, about the only chick lit I will read without a gun to my head (I think the first shopaholic book is terrific). As MW I think she loses her edge – of course she can write well, yes, or she wouldn’t be so popular all over the world, but I remember that I thought she’d combined the daft plotlines that totally work in chick lit, with contemporary fiction, and for me it wasn’t a good mix.


  2. Hi, Rosie – This looks like a very cute book. I love the cover! As a side note, I’m getting your emails about your posts a day late.
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