Isobel’s Wedding – Sheila O’Flanagan

19 Jan


Synopsis – Four hundred and twenty pearls hand-sewn onto the wedding dress. The Mediterranean honeymoon booked for months. A pile of presents bigger than Everest. And her lovely Tim, the most perfect bridegroom a girl could wish for. Except, two weeks before the wedding, he changes his mind… Isobel’s wedding is off.

Her world in tatters, Isobel turns to Spain, a new job, a new life and as many men as she can decently manage. Including the very appealing Nico with whom, she feels, there could be a long-term future. But part of Isobel knows that she will have to go back home some day. And that, despite all that has happened since she left, she still has unfinished business…

My Thoughts – I’ve just finished this book and i have to say i am so so so disapointed. I was really enjoying the plot line, was so  happy that i thought that they were getting on again and then [spoiler]Isobel left tim at the alter, after everything that tim put her through. I just thought that they would live happily ever after. I was a huge let down to the book and has really disapointed me.[/spoiler]

Other than that, i was really enjoying the book and thought it was well written.

Rating – 2/5 (purely because of the ending)

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