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  • Things don't always go the way you planned.

    3.5 stars, rounded up I'd like to start by saying that the beginning of this book was fantastic. Nat and Archie seem like a great match, not perfect, but in love enough to make things work. There are plenty of things they don't know about each other but they have the rest of their lives together to find out. The two of them seem pretty in sync on what they want their wedding to be. Archie starts out being supportive of Nat when his family first gets involved. As the story goes on though, he seems to fall back further and further out of the picture. Practically throwing Nat to the wolves (his mother and sister) who have taken over everything. Nat can't seem to find her voice and I found the story started to drag a bit. I couldn't understand why Nat allowed things to get so out of hand. The author also found an organic way to tie in the current pandemic that suited things nicely. It ensures readers know the basic timeline without it feeling forced. My favourite character has to be Nat's grandpa. He brings in so much life and freshness. Whenever things started to drag he was able to bring me back into the story before I got disinterested. The perspective and advice he gives are very relevant, I just love him. I received an advanced copy of this story through NetGalley and am leaving a voluntary, honest review.

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  • Overblown wedding from H*ll romantic comedy

    Two and a half stars. Getting engaged to her boyfriend Archie should have been the happiest day of Natalie's life, but soon it turns into a nightmare. Archie's parents are seriously wealthy and offer to pay for the whole wedding, but Archie's mother's idea of the perfect wedding is nothing like the small intimate affair, followed by dinner in the local pub that Natalie has dreamed of. Then her sister-in-law to be gets involved, trying to recreate the dream wedding that she had to abandon when her fiancé was caught cheating. Natalie is trying to bond with her in-laws to be, but Archie won't back her up and soon she's agreeing to marriage in a stately home, a puffy dress that doesn't suit her, a pushy wedding planner who has grandiose ideas, and hundreds of guests she doesn't know. Have you ever finished a book and thought 'huh, wonder why they wrote that?', well this was it for me. I'm sorry to be be so negative but I didn't find this funny or romantic, frankly I was hoping that Natalie would dump Archie and find someone with a backbone. I'm afraid that in order to make her novel 'funny' Sophie Ranald created a bizarre group of caricatures and then had to row back so hard to create a HEA that I practically got whiplash. Maybe I'm too old to empathise with wedding planning issues. I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review.

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  • A fun read

    I really enjoyed the story, but have to say that I didn’t laugh out loud. This is one that I will probably read again.I will also get the rest of the series. I liked the authors style and the fact that it was good clean fun. No explicit sex scenes and fairly tame language. Overall, a good read.

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  • Enjoyable to the end.

    Great read I stayed up late to finish.Likable characters .

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  • Excellent

    A really enjoyable story. The characters are realistic, events believable, and the story progression works well.

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