Last year, Bronte left Sydney for a wedding in England, where she met newly single Alex. After a night of passion they parted ways, and Bronte returned to Australia.
Now working on a picture desk for a magazine in London, Bronte is about to meet her new colleague, who turns out to be all too familiar. Although awkward at first, as Alex is now engaged to the girl he was on a break from when they met, they soon become friends.
But as the two get closer, and the wedding day looms, it is clear that Alex and Bronte have unfinished business..
I wish I knew what to say. How to describe this book using the right words to articulate how much it pulled me in.
I don’t know where to start. Do I tell you that I loved this book to the point thst it is now my favourite Paige Toon story.
Should I tell you how much I enjoyed meeting Bronte and the journey she went on following. Or how proud of her I was with how she dealt with the Alex situation and the strength she showed facing her fears.
Do I tell you how I long for more Bridget, a character that deserves her own story.
Or do I tell you how my heart belongs to the gorgeous Australian busker, Lachie. A man who has the right amount of cockiness and sensitivity… a man who sounds incredible!
Do I tell you how wonderful it was to be able to hear about past characters (a gift that Paige grants us in every book). Should I mention how in this book we were spoilt with news.
And finally do I tell you how I loved the way the story played out. How the issues that Bronte deals with and the written epilogue that left me in awe.
I suppose I could tell you all the above but what I really want to say is…
‘Thirteen Weddings’ is an amazing story that will captivate and astound you, a must read!