this is one of the best books i've read it a long time. i started reading this series and just can't put down the books!
While I found the first two "Shopaholic" books humorous, and this one had its moments, Becky's indecision, the constant wishy-washyness, got rather frustrating and tiresome this time around. The end of it all was good, but the last half of the book I found myself thinking, "enough already! Where's the end of the book?"
This was decent if only because of Luke's mother. Otherwise, another drama mama story about Becky Bloomwood and her (sob, sob) uncontrollable desire to please everyone while trying to attain the most fabulous wedding (Luke's mother's) money could buy.
Becky is back in book 3 of the shopaholic series and she is...gasp.... getting married!!!! And as usual Becky's "maybe-if-i-just-bury-my-head-in-the-sand-this-might-go-away" approach to her life's biggest problems gets her into trouble once more....and this time; as one would imagine; with the amount of effort and emotion on behalf of many(especially family members)that goes into planning a wedding, the situation Becky gets herself into this time is a full blown crisis!!! And what's more, is she is being forced to make a choice between the things she loves most --- posh matierial things (her shopaholic side) or her not so posh family (whom she loves dearly of course) And to make matters worse the evil mother-in-law-to-be gets involved and ends up right in the middle of the whole mess..Becky knows that as the date of her wedding draws nearer that she needs to make a decision before she ends up hurting the people she loves the most..... But Becky isnt going to let anyone else take charge of her once in a lifetime chance at having the wedding she has always dreamed of....or more appropriatly said: the weddings she has always dreamed of.... An excellent read from beginning to end...will leave you begging for more!!!
I loved it. Becky gets married, and in true Becky fashion manages to throw some curveballls into her own wedding plans, but comes out on top. Just a great laugh-out-loud read. I have loved all of the shopaholic books.