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[Sophie Kinsella] Á Wedding Night [southern PDF] Ebook Epub Download Õ Was this book really written by Sophie Kinsella I mean yes it has her usual style of protagonist s, but in this novel, I couldn t even find the tiniest way to like them or to sympathize with them This book was all about one lie after another Three out of the four main characters spent the entire novel lying their knickers off, and it was always for the good of someone else or even worse, merely lying to oneself so they could keep telling themselves that what they are doing is all for love This is a book where you have to go beyond suspending your disbelief and into out right fantasy land because there is no way that in the real world that something like these machinations could ever happen At least I whole heartedly pray that these types of things could never happen.
Lottie expected her long term boyfriend Richard to propose to her, and when I m usually a huge fan of Sophie Kinsella I usually devour her books within a day But Wedding Night made all the difference I really had trouble finishing it, I only skimmed over the last pages I was Never sure whether the book was supposed to be funny or just sad After having read the opening chapter the proposal scene I actually thought of quitting right then and there This scene was just completely embarassing as were many others The book just didn t feel like Sophie Kinsella at all Had I read it without knowing who it was written by I would have thought that I was reading a debut novel by a new author who hadn t found a publisher and now was giving this book away as a kindle freebie and still had to learn a lot I haven t been disappointed that much by a book in quite a while.
I usually like light hearted reads, but Wedding Night is beyond cheesy, cringe worthy, and unbelievable The two main characters are supposed to be professional women but their stupid actions do not mesh I actually didn t like any of the characters at all, and it felt absolutely manipulative throughout As far fetched as Sophie Kinsella s stories go, this one is too unbelievable The concept of chasing after two impulsive people to stop them from getting it on during their honeymoon is an interesting one, and maybe it could be pulled off with different characterizations or with a different premise But what they re trying to stop from happening, and the attitude and manner in which they try to stop itwell, it stretches way too far beyond suspension of 4.
5 Stars Was this book really written by Sophie Kinsella I mean yes it has her usual style of protagonist s, but in this novel, I couldn t even find the tiniest way to like them or to sympathize with them This book was all about one lie after another Three out of the four main characters spent the entire novel lying their knickers off, and it was always for the good of someone else or even worse, merely lying to oneself so they could keep telling themselves that what they are doing is all for love This is a book where you have to go beyond suspending your disbelief and into out right fantasy land because there is no way that in the real world that something like these machinations could ever happen At least I whole heartedly pray that these types of things could never happen.
Lottie expected her long term boyfriend Richard to propose to her, and when I m usually a huge fan of Sophie Kinsella I usually devour her books within a day But Wedding Night made all the difference I really had trouble finishing it, I only skimmed over the last pages I was Never sure whether the book was supposed to be funny or just sad After having read the opening chapter the proposal scene I actually thought of quitting right then and there This scene was just completely embarassing as were many others The book just didn t feel like Sophie Kinsella at all Had I read it without knowing who it was written by I would have thought that I was reading a debut novel by a new author who hadn t found a publisher and now was giving this book away as a kindle freebie and still had to learn a lot I haven t been disappointed that much by a book in quite a while.
I usually like light hearted reads, but Wedding Night is beyond cheesy, cringe worthy, and unbelievable The two main characters are supposed to be professional women but their stupid actions do not mesh I actually didn t like any of the characters at all, and it felt absolutely manipulative throughout As far fetched as Sophie Kinsella s stories go, this one is too unbelievable The concept of chasing after two impulsive people to stop them from getting it on during their honeymoon is an interesting one, and maybe it could be pulled off with different characterizations or with a different premise But what they re trying to stop from happening, and the attitude and manner in which they try to stop itwell, it stretches way too far beyond suspension of 4.
5 Stars Sophie Kinsella hit another home run with this one Her character development is ideal I seriously feel the breathes life into these people They are all human with various flaws, but the manage to work things out The ending was quite surprising and brought a tear or two to my eyes I thank Sophie Kinsella for writing these books She brightens many a day.
Actual rating 3,5This will be just a brief review.
This book was really fun, especially at first Lottie was, to me, relatable character now you ll probably think I m crazy but guess what I am.
Fliss was likeable at first, but after a while, she started annoying me view spoiler especially when she crossed the line and putedt her sister s life in dangeour just to stop her from having sex hide spoiler Lottie Just Knows That Her Boyfriend Is Going To Propose, But Then His Big Question Involves A Trip Abroad Not A Trip Down The Aisle Completely Crushed, Lottie Reconnects With An Old Flame, And They Decide To Take Drastic Action No Dates, No Moving In Together, They Ll Just Get Married Right Now Her Sister, Fliss, Thinks Lottie Is Making A Terrible Mistake, And Will Do Anything To Stop Her But Lottie Is Determined To Say I Do, For Better, Or For Worse This is a hard book to review because I wanted to like it so much because I generally like books by this author but it fell disastrously flat for me and I am so sad because her last novel I ve Got Your Number I actually ended up liking a lot After my mess last year, I had to make sure I was judging this book on it s own qualities and not my love for the author I think what the biggest problem is for me with this novel is that there really isn t a single character that isn t an idiot I mean, we are all idiots in some form but this book has them in spades Most of Kinsella s books revolve around the one heroine that is a dingbat and gets themselves into one scrape after another while around her is a slew of pragmatic people This book is a bunch of hair brained idiots and you don t feel yourself rooting for anyone becaus Yeah.
I am a major Kinsella fan In fact I own every single book she s done under Sophie Kinsella, and I still re read Twenties Girl every few months My expectations, you can imagine, we re super high for this book However it just didn t cut it My brain kept shouting How could anyone be so STUPID the whole time I was reading Lottie s POV Eventually I skipped Lottie and Ben s story and went straight to Fliss and Lorcan They were at least bearable and had some pretty good amusing and endearing moments I guess I didn t feel any particular connection to any of the characters Which is strange because one of things I love most about a Kinsella novel is how much I can relate to the main character, even thinking aloud YESI totally do that too But I didn t do that once for this book So I can t believe I m rating a Kinsella book so low, but it s the truth something ironically that none of the First things first, I absolutely adored Wedding Night There are so many mixed reviews about this book, and I will be honest to say I was hesitant to start it because of the negative reviews I had read I saw so many references to how this was nothing like Kinsella s previous books, how they couldn t stand one or both of the characters, and was just overall disappointed.
I don t understand these negative reviews at all Was this different than previous Kinsella books Yes But that in no way made it rubbish I loved the alternating point of view, and I ended up loving both Lottie and Fliss I laughed out loud so many times, and the Kinsella storytelling was still quite evidentIf Muhammad won t come to the mountain, the mountain has to cancel all his plans and get on a plane Lottie She was so adorable She wanted so much to be married to Richard and when that went down t



Actual rating 3,5This will be just a brief review.
This book was really fun, especially at first Lottie was, to me, relatable character now you ll probably think I m crazy but guess what I am.
Fliss was likeable at first, but after a while, she started annoying me view spoiler especially when she crossed the line and putedt her sister s life in dangeour just to stop her from having sex hide spoiler Sophie Kinsella hit another home run with this one Her character development is ideal I seriously feel the breathes life into these people They are all human with various flaws, but the manage to work things out The ending was quite surprising and brought a tear or two to my eyes I thank Sophie Kinsella for writing these books She brightens many a day.
This is a hard book to review because I wanted to like it so much because I generally like books by this author but it fell disastrously flat for me and I am so sad because her last novel I ve Got Your Number I actually ended up liking a lot After my mess last year, I had to make sure I was judging this book on it s own qualities and not my love for the author I think what the biggest problem is for me with this novel is that there really isn t a single character that isn t an idiot I mean, we are all idiots in some form but this book has them in spades Most of Kinsella s books revolve around the one heroine that is a dingbat and gets themselves into one scrape after another while around her is a slew of pragmatic people This book is a bunch of hair brained idiots and you don t feel yourself rooting for anyone becaus Yeah.
I am a major Kinsella fan In fact I own every single book she s done under Sophie Kinsella, and I still re read Twenties Girl every few months My expectations, you can imagine, we re super high for this book However it just didn t cut it My brain kept shouting How could anyone be so STUPID the whole time I was reading Lottie s POV Eventually I skipped Lottie and Ben s story and went straight to Fliss and Lorcan They were at least bearable and had some pretty good amusing and endearing moments I guess I didn t feel any particular connection to any of the characters Which is strange because one of things I love most about a Kinsella novel is how much I can relate to the main character, even thinking aloud YESI totally do that too But I didn t do that once for this book So I can t believe I m rating a Kinsella book so low, but it s the truth something ironically that none of the First things first, I absolutely adored Wedding Night There are so many mixed reviews about this book, and I will be honest to say I was hesitant to start it because of the negative reviews I had read I saw so many references to how this was nothing like Kinsella s previous books, how they couldn t stand one or both of the characters, and was just overall disappointed.
I don t understand these negative reviews at all Was this different than previous Kinsella books Yes But that in no way made it rubbish I loved the alternating point of view, and I ended up loving both Lottie and Fliss I laughed out loud so many times, and the Kinsella storytelling was still quite evidentIf Muhammad won t come to the mountain, the mountain has to cancel all his plans and get on a plane Lottie She was so adorable She wanted so much to be married to Richard and when that went down t

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[Sophie Kinsella] Á Wedding Night [southern PDF] Ebook Epub Download Õ izmirescort.pro Sophie Kinsella has sold over 40 million copies of her books in than 60 countries, and she has been translated into over 40 languages.Sophie Kinsella first hit the UK bestseller lists in September 2000 with her first novel in the Shopaholic series The Secret Dreamworld of a Shopaholic also published as Confessions of a Shopaholic The book s heroine, Becky Bloomwood a fun and feisty fin