by Sophie Kinsella
The third novel of the series finds Becky Bloomwood getting engaged to her boyfriend and the wedding planning begins. Her mother wants her to get married in England in their backyard which is fine with Becky until her soon to be mother-in-law starts planning a wedding on the same day for them in New York at the Plaza Hotel, sparing no expense. Of course this creates a slight problem.
This has been my favorite so far in the series. To be quite honest I hate shopping so I had trouble relating to Becky and her desire for designer handbags and shoes in the previous novels. But I can relate to planning a wedding so I found this one more entertaining. The main character has irritated me in the past but in this one she didn't bother me at all.
Again, like the others in the series, this book is just a fluff book that provides pure entertainment. No deep thinking involved which I find nice from time to time when I want to "get away from it all." :) I give it 4 stars.