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on May 30, 2014

A Vera Wang dress, the reception at a sophisticated London venue, and a guest list that reads like a society gossip column are all the ingredients of Anna Whitehall’s perfect wedding that never was…

Spending the summer uncovering hidden treasures in a vintage shop, Anna can still vividly remember both her childhood dreams; the first was that she’d become a Prima Ballerina, and dance on stage resplendent in a jewel-encrusted tutu. The second was that at her wedding she would walk down the aisle wearing a collective-gasp-from-the-congregation dress.

Years ago Anna pirouetted out of her cosy hometown village in a whirl of ambition…but when both of those fairy-tale dreams came crashing down around her ballet shoes, she and fiancée Seb find themselves back in Nettleton, their wedding and careers postponed indefinitely…

Don’t they say that you can never go home again? Sometimes they don’t get it right… This one summer is showing Anna that your dreams have to grow up with you. And sometimes what you think you wanted is just the opposite of what makes you happy…

Anna had it all the flashy lifestyle a dream job she got a extravagant wedding planed but now she got her redundant and she realises she spending beyond her means she now she got to live back in her home town back to the life she once had she not happy about it all 
Seb happy to be back in the county his home town 
He happy back there they can make this work for them both of them 
Hermione i like her she a fun girl she seeing Anna dad now she not happy about it a all 
I not sure why the book call the vintage wedding it only one minuscule part of the story yes Anne works in the local vintage shop but that it the book ok the story very good read i did enjoy a fun easy to read book 
3 stars borrow ok read wouldn’t read again


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