In Patricia Scanlan's "evocative and entertaining read which deals with the tensions that can arise at weddings between modern day families" (Irish Post), a family must work to ensure that an upcoming wedding will bring them together—rather than tear them apart.
There's nothing like a good wedding to start an argument! And that's exactly what will happen if Connie Adams, mother of the bride, can't smooth things over between her ex Barry and her daughter Debbie.
Barry is determined to bring his new wife and their teenage daughter to the big day, but Debbie would rather walk up the aisle of a supermarket than have them there. And Debbie has other things to focus on—her boss is making her life hell and she's starting to suspect her fiancE is getting cold feet...
by Patricia Scanlan
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