From the #1 bestselling author of uplifting feel-good fiction
She believes in romance. But does she believe in love? A wonderfully romantic novel from the No. 1 Sunday Times bestselling author of Stately Pursuits, Summer of Love and A Wedding in Provence.
'The queen of uplifting, feel good romance' AJ PEARCE
'Top-drawer romantic escapism' DAILY MAIL
'Warm, brilliant and full of love' HEAT
Have you heard of a wedding planner who doesn't believe in love?
Having felt love's cruel sting before, wedding planner Sarah Stratford now strictly sticks to helping customers have the weddings of their dreams.
As the confetti flutters away in the June breeze of another successful celebration, she finds herself agreeing to two more weddings, but not only are they on the same day, they're only two months away!
Sarah enlists the help of her two best friends to help her pull together the two events in time.
Little do they all know that helping other people find happiness will lead them down their own path to true love ...
Readers can't get enough of Wedding Season . . .
***** 'I LOVE this story! I enjoy all of Katie Fforde's books and Wedding Season has jumped to one of my all-time favourites.'
***** 'Totally loved it, looking forward to reading more of Fforde's books now!'
***** 'I absolutely loved it. A really good easy read providing a bit of welcome escapism.'
***** 'Full of friendship romance and humour and of course weddings. So heartwarming and witty a great read.'
***** 'By far my favourite Katie Fforde book!'
Fforde (Practically Perfect) disappoints with the predictable, formulaic, and unrealistic story of three unlucky-in-love women who work in the wedding industry: Sarah, a wedding planner; Elsa, a dressmaker; and Bron, a hairdresser. Sarah is still jaded years after she caught her college boyfriend cheating on her, but hot and charming wedding photographer Hugo seems determined to break down her resistance. Elsa, shy and proper, would prefer to fade into the background, until she meets Laurence, who encourages her to take the spotlight more often. Bron lives with a controlling man and is desperate to strike out on her own path. A plot lands on the three unfailingly polite, sweet, and near-perfect women in the form of a celebrity wedding they must throw together in less than three months. The catch? Sarah's pregnant sister is getting married the same day and wants Sarah to plan hers as well. Tiresome, twistless plots and two-dimensional characters make this a snore.