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    A great read

    This was a book I just thoroughly enjoyed, the characters seemed real and I could not put it down. I look forward to the next book by this author
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    What a great book!

    What a great book! I read it over the Easter weekend and it was such a feel good story. Totally believable characters - you will love Emma and Daniel!! "Hellair" what a brilliant way of capturing a posh hello!! Loved Emma's family too, and the network of friends that come together to give them a fabulous wedding! Roll on the next book with these characters - I can't wait!
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    The Big Little Wedding in Carlton Square

    A lovely romance of 2 families melding togethed over a wedding. When Emma and Daniel meet its love at first sight. Marrying isnt so simple in an East (not well off community) meets West (very moneyed) community join forces for a beautiful wedding day to suit pockets of all sizes. How the East pulls off the Wedding in style enough with leftovers leads to a very imaginative edding day indeed! Loved it :-)
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    I enjoyed every minute of it

    Working Class, East End Londoner, Emma, knew that she was dating a posh boy, she just didn’t realise how posh until he popped the question, with a huge diamond ring. Daniel, her fiancé, lived in a modest flat with one of his friends. It wasn’t until his parents held an engagement party for them at their home, that Emma realised, once again, just what different worlds the two of them came from. His parents’ home was a mansion, but not just any mansion, an enormous mansion that put her parents little council house to shame. Giving themselves just three months to plan their wedding, the two set about trying to do it on a budget. Emma’s dad wanted to pay for the wedding, but being disabled, and out of work, he couldn’t afford much. Daniel’s mother, though has other ideas, with her £20 per napkin, goldfish as presents for all the guests, and a chocolate fountain, she’s not after doing it on the cheap – oh and let’s not forget the very expensive wedding dress that she wants Emma to buy. Can the two of them find a compromise that will suit both worlds? The posh meets poor, and starts a relationship, is not a new plot by any means, and has been written about time, and time again. What sets this book apart is the added fun that Lilly/Michele has added to it. Emma is a young woman who wants to go places in her life. She is very family orientated, and loves them dearly. She doesn’t want to upset her dad by turning down his offer to pay for his only daughter’s wedding, so she decides that it is only fair that her wedding be small and modest. Daniel, although he comes from a family who are used to partying with lords, and never having to worry about money issues, actually has his feet on the ground. He isn’t the posh boy who is carefree, and obnoxious. He wants to help change the world, and he clearly loves Emma. He doesn’t care about their upbringing differences. The plot, although not entirely believable in today’s society, was interesting, and quite a lot of the time, very amusing. Though sometimes it’s good to get away from reality for a little while. The book is an easy, relaxing, chick-lit. One that you can take to the beach, and spend a few hours in Emma and Daniel’s life. It is superbly written, and the love that Emma and Daniel have for one another shines off the pages. It has that uplifting feel to it, and keeps you immersed in these two young lovers’ lives, right until the very end. I enjoyed every minute of it, and can’t wait to get started on book two – The Second Chance Café in Carlton Square.
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