Reviews for Wedding Night
Library Journal Express Reviews
Kinsella, the best-selling novelist of the "Shopaholic" series, offers yet one more hysterical comedy. Devastated by another failed romance, Lottie decides to take a more traditional approach to obtaining a husband--marriage first, sex later. When providence brings her ex-fling Ben back into her life, he is just the man for the job. Meanwhile, Sophie's big sister Fliss, embittered by her recent divorce, is determined to protect her little sister. Using her clout in the travel industry, Fliss attempts to thwart the happy new couple by preventing the consummation of their marriage on the wedding night. The alternating narration of Jayne Entwistle and Fiona Hardingham elevates the slapstick and keeps readers laughing and groaning along the way. A cameo by Mark Bramhall helps to highlight the novel's occasionally elusive theme, while at the same time contributing to the hilarity. Verdict Recommended for Kinsella's fans and fans of romantic comedy. ["Kinsella continues to delight in creating quirky characters and over-the-top situations, and this title is a perfect choice for those craving a great escape," read the review of the New York Times best-selling Dial hc, LJ 6/1/13.--Ed.]--Erin Forson, Bradford Sch., Columbus, OH (c) Copyright 2013. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.