Amy's life is not working out the way she always dreamed it would. She's about to turn the dreaded 3-0, her career is going nowhere fast and her love life is not exactly flourishing. To make matters worse, while things are falling apart for Amy, they seem to be coming together for everyone else in her life . . . Visiting her friend, Jodie, Amy finds that she and Jack, the man she once thought she might marry, have spent the night together. Her younger sister Suzi has just arrived home with her 'Golden Delicious' Australian fiance in tow, and announced their May wedding. And now Amy discovers that her best friend Beth is also planning on tying the knot, and Amy is asked to be bridesmaid. With a sinking heart, she remembers that old saying: always the bridesmaid, never the bride . . . Surely it can't be true? 'A real girlie page-turner that keeps you amused, entertained and guessing until the final page' Belfast Telegraph 'A rollicking hilarious romance. Definitely one to carry on to the plane' RTE GuideNot just music a Abbaa#39;s a#39;Dancing Queena#39;, Suzia#39;s favourite song. ... He took a sip of the drink, put his hand behind my head and pressed his lips firmly to mine. ... I pulled his shirt out of his trousers and ran my fingers up and down his spine.
|Title||:||Always the Bridesmaid|
|Publisher||:||Pan Macmillan - 2011-07-22|