"I lean back proudly, feeling like the queen of remote-control honeymoon-fixing, all-powerful in my empress's chair." ~ pg. 241
Wedding Night is a chick lit comedy about two sisters. Lottie is carefree, starry-eyed and a hopeless romantic. Fliss is responsible, sensible, nurturing and protective. The book begins with Lottie breaking up with Richard "The One." Within pages, she rushes into a rebound relationship by way of marriage to an ex-boyfriend. They run off to a honeymoon. Practical sister Fliss is appalled at the news. She is doing everything she can to stop her sister Lottie from consummating the marriage so it can be annulled. Operation Stop Wedding Night in full effect.
Who would've thought someone would sabotage a honeymoon? Let alone your own sister! Wedding Night was the perfect funny story of when honeymoons go wrong. The characters were memorable. I could relate to both sisters. Even though Lottie is cray, she wants the fairy tale of being swept off her feet and in love. What girl doesn't? I can also relate to Fliss' responsible and level-headed side.
Sophie Kinsella is my favorite chick lit author. Wedding Night is another success and great for a summer beach read. Check out the book trailer below and video of Sophie Kinsella reading the first chapter.
Title: Wedding Night
Author: Sophie Kinsella
Published: April 2013