Sometimes you have to step out of the light to see clearly again…
Bronte never expected to see Alex after their one night together, but she never stopped thinking of him. So when she arrives at work one day to find that Alex is a new colleague, she is secretly thrilled. The only problem is that Alex is now engaged to Zara, the girl he was on a break from the night they met.
Determined to move on with life, Bronte becomes a part-time wedding photographer, alongside her day job. Surrounded by loving couples, warring couples, tearful bridesmaids, mischievous pageboys and interfering mothers-in-law, she tries to navigate her way through wedding after wedding while her heart is being torn apart.
As Alex's own wedding day draws ever nearer, Bronte and Alex's chemistry becomes harder to ignore, and Bronte must decide whether to fight for the man she loves, or to let him go forever.
Thirteen Weddings - Paige Toon
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Thirteen Weddings is a slow-paced, gripping, book of love, life, and heartbreak.
It is a book for the romantics, the people who love a good love story, with a happy ending. The plot is deep and riveting, it has you up and down trying to guess what's going to happen to heroine Bronte. The characters have been written with enough edge to have you straight away liking them or hating them. I felt Bronte to be a fantastic heroine. Funny, warm, creative, a great friend, a bit lost after a crap childhood, but overall a lovely person.
I really enjoyed Thirteen Weddings. It was a book that allowed me to get lost into it, the way it read was a great relaxer and I'm pretty sure this would be a perfect book for any situation, any where and anyone.