Lottie just knows that her boyfriend is going to propose during lunch at one of London’s fanciest restaurants. But when his big question involves a trip abroad, not a trip down the aisle, she’s completely crushed. So when Ben, an old flame, calls her out of the blue and reminds Lottie of their pact to get married if they were both still single at 30, she jumps at the chance. No formal dates - just a quick march to the altar and a honeymoon on Ikonos, the sun-drenched Greek island where they first met years ago.
Their family and friends are horrified. Fliss, Lottie’s older sister, knows that Lottie can be impulsive - but surely this is her worst decision yet. And Ben’s colleague Lorcan fears that this hasty marriage will ruin his friend’s career. To keep Lottie and Ben from making a terrible mistake, Fliss concocts an elaborate scheme to sabotage their wedding night. As she and Lorcan jet off to Ikonos in pursuit, Lottie and Ben are in for a honeymoon to remember, for better...or worse.
©2013 Sophie Kinsella (P)2013 Random House Audio
I am a huge Sophie Kinsella fan..........believe I have read just about everything she has written. Definitely preferred the Shopoholic books to her stand-alones.
Wedding Night is a quick read and fun.........the narrators play a huge part in making this true.
I LOVE to listen to audiobooks - the Audible ap is by far the best thing that's ever happend to my iPhone.
You know, every summer there are a couple of songs they play on the radio - CONTINUOUSLY... so by the end of the summer, you cringe when you hear them? I'm afraid this book reminded me of that feeling.
I adore Sophie Kinsella - I do - However, this book is like a tired song... it was just not fun to listen to. It was like a song played one too many times. You've heard it before and there's nothing new about it.
This listen was so much fun! There are many parts that are absolutely not realistic...but that's the FUN part of a Sophie Kinsella book!
Fliss is the older sister who thinks she is trying to protect her younger sister, Lottie. But, for Fliss, it's really about something else. Lorcan thinks he is such good friends with Ben, but there's jealousy, a rivalry and Lorcan's concern about Ben's business decisions.
If you want to lose yourself in a girlie book that is fun and unrealistic, then I recommend this for you!
If your life is full of cursing and screaming, well this is for you.
I loved the previous book "I've got your number" - it should be made into a movie.
This was a brutal listen and very difficult to control the screaming in the earbuds.
I'll be more cautious before I purchase the next.
yes, too many narrators, too much volume variety.
Cursing and screaming
I usually love this author, but I felt I suffered through this entire book. I have never known more unlikeable characters or a more disappointing story. Not one good moment.
Since I have two small children, I have no time to sit and read. Listening to books as I drive is probably the most relaxing part of my day.
Less annoying main characters. The two female leads became very annoying after awhile and i began to no longer care what happened to them.
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Engh....I could take them or leave them. Liked Jane Enwhistle better in "Ive got your number."
Ive got your number was the first kinsella book ive read and remains my favorite. Wedding night would be my second least favorite behind shopahollic which i just could not finish.
near the top
Lottie - great personality - funny
All of the characters were great - variance in voicing made it interesting to listen to!
Leave the past in the past - anything worth having from it you have already taken with you.
The best part of my day is relaxing and listening to my audiobooks.
A GOOD LAUGH. I absolutely loved the book. I couldn't stop laughing.
I loved the storyline with the staff at the hotel.
I loved the narrator who portrayed the staff at the hotel.
The book made me laugh. Excellent storyline.
This one was a bit blah for Sophie Kinsella. LOVEEE her others.. but this one was predictable and didn't have a lot of substance.
I loved the Shopaholic series and enjoyed a few of Sophie Kinsella's other books, but even as fiction I have to say this book was shallow, pointless and painful to listen to, a real stinker. I couldn't stand any of the characters.
At one point while I was listening, I just blurted out loud, "For pity sakes, just go to a cheap motel and put me out of my misery". Luckily I was alone at home at the time.
The female characters were just whiny and dysfunctional. I even listened to the book at double speed just hoping to get it over with.
I have vowed not to pay for another Sophie Kinsella book.
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