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DON’T TELL THE BRIDE BY ANNA BELL

on May 1, 2015

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DON’T TELL THE BRIDE BY ANNA BELL

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 looking to pinch pennies on their big day.

Between family rows and wardrobe calamities, wedding planning is no piece of cake… but 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.

Now Penny must fight to save her reputation and her livelihood before its too late. But when a romantic weekend away has some unexpected consequences, Penny’s expectations for her career are brought back down to earth with a bump.
WHAT I SAY
I loved this what a eye catching cover it so lovely
I had not read Anna other books but you can read as a standalone i had pick them up now to read as i loved this one so much

Penny’s new business Princess on a Shoestring, her wedding planning on the cheap venture, is going so well now and she’s got more weddings booking than she ever expected. Things seem to be going so well at the minute
Her husband is thrilled for her, and the pair finally feel like their marriage is on track or was it? I hope so

When Penny meets a rival wedding planner at a wedding fayre, and finds her to be less than nice, she realises she has to toughen up and keep her brides to herself, never mind the competition this was going to be fun you could just tell

But just as she sets her plans in place Penny making a discovery that threatens to ruin everything she has built up so far and she not going to let that happen she has no idea how she is going to cope but she will what can she do you have to read to find out

Penny a brilliant character, always optimistic, determined to make her new business work, and her marriage too, she gets what she want she will make you laugh and smile at how she does things she just a lovely character so full of life Even when things look like they are going badly wrong, she’s still smiles and carries on and make the best of a bad situation, even if that means keeping a few things to herself which she does quite a lot she just so funny sometimes too i really enjoy her character so likeable

The book packed with twists and turns something i felt penny did not cope very well with them but she just does her best which was nice to read about

Mark grandma is ill this is dealt with in a lovely warm way sometimes it was a emotional read you see a new side to mark and penny which was nice to see
I enjoy all the wedding rivalry going on with the posh wedding planner was really quite funny too, I liked how
Different they and how penny was so determined to win just like she alway does

I loved Anna way with words her writing style so good the book brilliant a very light-hearted read that I just loved the story may be simple but it works so well a fabulous read

About the Author
Anna Bell is a full-time writer. She also writes the weekly column ‘The Secret Dreamworld of An Aspiring Writer’ on the website Novelicious and reviews women’s fiction for the website the Chicklit Club. Anna lives with her husband and pet Labrador in France.

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One response to “DON’T TELL THE BRIDE BY ANNA BELL

  1. Tanya Phillips says:

    This sounds really good x

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