The Wedding Crasher The Wedding Crasher

The Wedding Crasher

    • 3.3 • 6 Ratings
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Publisher Description

One reluctant photographer. One high society wedding. And a whole lot of chaos.

‘Abigail Mann at her absolute best’
Holly McCulloch

‘Hilarious and touching . . . a setting full of Succession-esque glamour and drama’
Lex Croucher

‘An absolute delight . . . fun and witty’
Olivia Beirne

‘Packed with humour . . . wonderfully brilliant characters’ Hannah Tovey

‘Great fun, genuinely laugh out loud and a gorgeous celebration of friendship’ Emily Kerr

‘Wise, witty and utterly unputdownable . . . the perfect romcom’ Kitty Wilson

‘Queen of the romantic comedy’ Lauren Forsythe

‘Packed with wonderful characters, gorgeous friendships, a glamourous setting and a whole lot of hilarity. An absolute joy!’ Kate G. Smith


Poppy got married young. Too young in fact, and she put her dreams aside for love. Fast-forward eight years(ish) and now it’s time to reclaim her life and first love – photography.

What better way to celebrate her new-found freedom than a blissful week alone on an island with just her camera for company. Until her best friend has a catastrophe with the high-profile wedding she’s planning and begs Poppy to help. After all, she owes her.

Poppy doesn’t expect to recognise the groom as an old friend, nor for the bride to get cold feet but what’s a wedding without a little drama. And as the wedding week – yes, week – gets underway, Poppy might find happiness again, just not in the way she expected.

If you love Mhairi McFarlane, Marian Keyes and Beth O’Leary, you will love Abigail Mann.

Readers love The Wedding Crasher

‘Original, funny, clever . . . not your typical romcom’

‘A tender story that will have you laughing one minute and I did shed a few tears’

‘A fun escapist read’

‘Delightful . . . the perfect [read] for people looking to fall back in love with their lives’

‘The characters are delightful [and] the plot is fun’

‘A fab, easy to read book’

‘A great combination of escapism . . . highly recommend’

‘A fast moving comedy romance for the modern age’

‘Perfect for fans of Sophie Kinsella or Anna Bell . . . plenty of romance and humour’

About the author

Abigail is a comedy writer living in London and surviving on a diet of three-shot coffee, bourbons, and vegetarian sausage rolls. She was born and brought up in Norfolk, which she says is to blame for the sardonic humour that runs through her novels. Abigail was the runner-up in 2019's Comedy Women in Print award for her first novel, The Lonely Fajita. She is also the author of fish-out-of-water comedies The Sister Surprise and The Wedding Crasher.

Fiction & Literature
March 17
One More Chapter

Customer Reviews

Tiggy/Cookie ,

The Wedding Crasher

First time reading this author.Not sure how I feel about this story. I am reading mostly rom coms and didn’t really find this story funny though I thought it would be.
I would have liked to have known what the letter said to Will from his brother. I didn’t really understand what happened that caused the separation of Will and Poppy. But ultimately there was an HEA.

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