Marriage, love and sex are topics that garner a lot of attention from various writers, and rightly so, as these topics are juicy enough to satisfy any appetite for a good read. Weddings, invariably a tangible manifestation of Marriage, Love and Sex, are just as interesting. These events are a beast in and unto themselves and can provide enough drama to fill all the national libraries of the world. So although this book does touch on issues pertaining to sex, love and marriage, they are all tied to the wedding context. Therefore, the issues that happen before the wedding, during the wedding and unusual tips on how to preserve relationships are all dovetailed to produce these wedding confessions.This book will instigate discussions and arguments in book clubs, amongst the girls and amongst the guys, but don't take it too seriously; unless of course you want to.The writer speaks directly to the women, but, its a book applicable to both genders especially if navigating a relationship or getting married and provides a bit of empowerment. It is a candid, funny, irreverent but very honest look at the wedding process and some of the situations that affect and influence this supposedly wonderful affair.If you're already married some of these stories will look ridiculously familiar while if you're about to get married, you'll pray that it's a complete work of outlandishly contrived fiction.