Lilly Bartlett


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You’re warmly invited to the Wedding of the Century with all your favourite friends. It’s the most gorgeous vintage fun you’ll have this year! When Emma’s boyfriend Daniel pops the question with a ring the size of a small country, she realises just how different their worlds are. Her family can only afford a low-key wedding while Daniel’s mother is expecting a society party that their high-brow guests won’t forget! How will Emma put together a sophisticated champagne-sodden celebration fit for Lords and Ladies when her dad won’t accept any help from Daniel’s family, her best friend Kelly has become a world-class Bridesmaidzilla and her cross-dressing Uncle Barbara is dying to strut his stuff up the aisle? The big day is three months away. Just don’t look too closely, because nothing is as it seems! A heartwarming, cosy romance from Sunday Times bestselling author Michele Gorman, now writing as Lilly Bartlett Praise for Lilly Bartlett: ‘Full of fun…I loved it’ Cathy Bramley ‘A funny, feel-good romcom… the perfect read to curl up with’ FABULOUS magazine ‘Fun, flirtatious and fresh’ Alex Brown, bestselling author The Secret of Orchard Cottage ‘Warm, witty, and wonderful – the perfect rom com’ Debbie Johnson, bestselling author of Summer at the Comfort Food Cafe ‘I loved the humour, the settings, the quirkiness, and ALL the characters’ Jane Linfoot, bestselling author of The Little Wedding Shop by the Sea ‘Well worth the read for the lovely characters and London East End setting and sense of humour’ Scandalicious ‘A really fun, heartwarming rom-com’ Sally Akins ‘This book was just awesome’ 5* Chick Lit Plus ‘Great fun and a feel-good read’ Linda’s Bookbag ‘Absolutely wonderful romantic comedy that is guaranteed to lift your spirits’ Rachel’s Random Reads Praise for Michele Gorman: ‘I love Michele's books. A fun, sassy writer who always makes me smile’ Carole Matthews ‘So engaging and witty’ Sophie Kinsella ‘Well-written and an easy read’ Daily Mail