Monday, 19 March 2018

Book Review | The Paris Wedding

Blooming Fiction, Book Review | The Paris Wedding

Ten years ago, Rachael gave up the love of her life. Now she's being offered an all-expenses-paid trip to Paris - the city she's always dreamed of living in.
The catch? She has to watch her childhood sweetheart marry someone else.
The sparkling city of love, hope and longing has all kinds of surprises in store - especially for a country girl more used to horseback than haute couture.
But can the magic of Paris open Rachael's heart once more and show her that it's never too late to follow your dreams?

The Paris Wedding
by Charlotte Nash

  • Publisher: Piatkus (8 Feb. 2018)
  • ISBN-10: 0349417164
  • Rating: 4/5

Waterstones - Paperback

Amazon UK - Kindle / Paperback


As soon as I first read the blurb for The Paris Wedding I couldn't help but picture that famous Friends episode where Rachel flies to the UK for Ross' second wedding.

The stunning cobbled streets of Paris set the idyllic imagery that only the city of love can produce. Nash's descriptions of the scenery is absolutely spot on and transports you straight in to the midst of the action. 

The Paris Wedding funnily enough follows leading lady Rachael as she travels on an all expenses paid trip to see the love of her life marry someone else. Something I don't think I could ever do, but a free trip to Paris on the other hand sounds very agreeable.

I've given The Paris Wedding four stars purely on the basis that I didn't really get along with some of the characters. I couldn't relate to anyone so found it a little tricky in places to emphasise with emotions flying through the pages. The rest of the book certainly deserves five star potential as the plot, imagery and creativity is all there.

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