Will Lucy make it down the aisle? It's going to be an uphill struggle . . . The bride: A late starter in life, Lucy always swore she'd never get married. But now she has to find a caterer who doesn't charge a fortune for a cupcake, a dressmaker who doesn't make her cry and a way to bring Great-Auntie Betty down from Dundee for the sixpence she is willing to spend - isn't it meant to be HER special day? The groom: Christopher has spent twenty minutes compiling his guest list and checking his suit fits before returning to his newspaper - this wedding business isn't so hard after all. The mother of the bride: Armed with colour-coded wedding planning folders she is all set. However, twice-daily conversations with her daughter don't seem to be shortening the 'to-do' list she's drawn up. The father of the bride: A wedding? My daughter? Who's she marrying? The best friend: Gillian has stood by Lucy through thick and thin, but she is refusing to be a bridesmaid and wear a daft dress.Ia#39;d like to order a hundred cupcakes for my wedding on 27 September if you think a hundred is enough for a hundred guests? ... or how many dona#39;t like cupcakes and actually would prefer fruit cake although I have never met anyone who honestly does. ... Ia#39;m sorry, I didna#39;t mean to suggest you would make anything that looked like poo, I just seem to be a bit obsessed with the whole issue at the moment.
|Title||:||The Reluctant Bride|
|Publisher||:||Hachette UK - 2010-05-13|