The Wedding Girl

The Wedding Girl - Sophie Kinsella

I was excited about reading this book, because I've liked all the other books I've read by Sophie Kinsella/Madeline Wickham, & I wasn't disappointed this time. I was intrigued about the writing in this book, because in the foreword Madeline had said that she used a pen name because she has two different writing styles, but honestly, I don't think the writing styles were pretty similar.


I've always thought that the leading characters in the SK/MW books are very similar style (a little bit ditzy, but friendly. In love, about to get married/engaged, but suddenly in a bit of a pickle about a particular situation, which she can't seem to figure out on her own), & this book was no different. I'm not saying this is a bad thing, I've really enjoyed them, & you know what you get.


I thought that Milly & Simon were a really sweet couple. I wondered a few times whether they were right together, but I'm pleased that ultimately they did get married. I also loved that Isobel & Harry end up together. It's a bit creepy, I'll admit, but it seems like they are perfect for each other.


Overall, I loved this book, & I'm pleased I read it. My book had a lot of spelling & punctuation errors, which was annoying, but not a big deal in the scheme of things.