March 30, 2012

Clearing the Aisle

I originally started reading The Girl With No Shadow by Joanne Harris but quickly discovered that I needed a fluffier book. I just wasn't able to get myself fully absorbed in that book so I picked up this one! Since I'm getting married in less than a month (YAY) I figured this would be right up my alley!

If you are A. a Bride or B. Jewish or C. a Jewish Bride you will enjoy this book! 

The book revolves around Rachel and Dan and their journey through planning a Jewish wedding, complete with divorced parents who HATE each other, an insane Mother, a laid back groom, a best man who is against marriage, and of course that one bridesmaid who needs all the attention!

It's your typical wedding book but when you're getting married they are extremely fun to read! I thoroughly enjoyed this book but I was really kind of disappointed in how it drags everything out in the beginning of the book, about 80% of the way through, then it seems to suddenly speed up and rush through the wedding. Granted I'm sure that's how a real wedding feels and this book is told from the Bride's point of view, but I was still hoping for some more of the wedding details without them looking back upon it.

I really enjoyed reading this book and would definitely recommend to anyone who is getting married or who just enjoys wedding books.

Overall Grade = B!


Staci said...

OMGosh! I am so excited for you!! Glad you enjoyed the book!


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