This book was not very well written, but even worse, it was very poorly edited. It was so bad, that I had to check if the book was an ARC. (Sadly, it isn't). The conversations were awkward at times, the story lines didn't do much for me, and the errors really took me out of the story. A few examples of errors that made me want to burn this book include:
Page 61: "Absently he absently licked the sweat...."
Page 155: "Maybe he thinks he makes it look him less accessible and therefore more desirable".
Page 178: Emma's name is replaced with Jess's on the same page, even though we're clearly only following Emma at this point in the story.
There were a few other errors, but these were the ones that made me want to throw the book against the wall. If I could give this book an even lower rating, I would. It's books like this that make me question my need to finish nearly every book I start.
A "novel" approach to love, marriage and living together.
A wedding planner decides to back out of her own wedding at the last minute. Then proceeds to have second thoughts. Meanwhile, her friends are going through various romantic entanglements that are leading to marriage
I love Jane Sigalhoff's other books, but this one was just not as good. There are run-on sentences throughout the book. There is even a scene where she used the wrong character's name. It's a good story if you can get past the mistakes. Definitely read her other books, they are the best chick lit I have ever read.