Penny has big dreams for her wedding day. When Mark finally pops the question, it's the best moment of her life. Until Penny checks her wedding fund and is horrified to discover that she's somehow gambled away £10,000 playing online bingo! Working under the pretense of surprising Mark with her plans on their big day, operation 'Don't Tell the Groom' rolls into action, with surprising, hilarious and moving results.
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When newlywed Penny begins some casual wedding planning, she only wants to help women afford the big day of their dreams. But taming bridezillas turns out to be a full-time occupation, and what began as a hobby becomes a nightmare. Soon Penny is struggling to keep her day job and prevent her own marriage from collapsing: Tired, stressed, and knee-deep in ivory satin, is Penny's life and livelihood hanging by a thread?
I found that the entire story was really obvious. It was humorous in parts and it did flow well from the last book. Something minor would happen or ..Show More »be said and I felt it was just a bit too obvious what then happened.« Show Less
Things are looking up for Penny Robinson. She's kicked her gambling addiction and even started her own business: Princess on a Shoestring, an all-inclusive service for brides-to-be. Penny's got it all under control, that is until a rival planner decides to take her down - one hard-won bride at a time. And when a romantic weekend away has some unexpected consequences, Penny's expectations for her career are brought back down to earth with a bump.
The storyline is too sugary, and the reading matches it! Please only choose if you want "drama to show happy ending" in full technicolour!