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The Wedding Party I first read this a long time ago, probably in paperback It s the story of a woman with a grown daughter, a mother who is getting older, and a perfectly nice boyfriend One she s been happy not to live with or marry for the five years they ve been dating Her job as a divorce attorney probably doesn t help Until her daughter calls, upset with her own boyfriend, and wails that she doesn t want to turn out like mom From that point, her life begins to unravel, while simultaneously sorting itself I first read this a long time ago, probably in paperback It s the story of a woman with a grown daughter, a mother who is getting older, and a perfectly nice boyfriend One she s been happy not to live with or marry for the five years they ve been dating Her job as a divorce attorney probably doesn t help Until her daughter calls, upset with her own boyfriend, and wails that she doesn t want to turn out like mom From that point, her life begins to unravel, while simultaneously sorting itself into what it should be It s a good, fun story that I liked quite a bit Audio Review This book is not what I expected at all from Robyn Carr I loved how this book was written with multiple POV s and each of their stories I also enjoyed the age range of the characters from New Adult to Elderly I enjoyed all of the story lines This book was pretty serious and drama filled It kept me wantingand I needed the rest of the story This didn t feel like a typical Robyn Carr book to me and it didn t leave me feeling light hearted like her books usually do but I Audio Review This book is not what I expected at all from Robyn Carr I loved how this book was written with multiple POV s and each of their stories I also enjoyed the age range of the characters from New Adult to Elderly I enjoyed all of the story lines This book was pretty serious and drama filled It kept me wantingand I needed the rest of the story This didn t feel like a typical Robyn Carr book to me and it didn t leave me feeling light hearted like her books usually do but I still liked it very much.The narration was awesome as always, It s Therese Plummer how could it be anything other than great An enjoyable read, but watch out for the high maintenance, whiny women The story is good and would be better if half of the internalizing and reminiscing were removed. This book was originally published in 2001 so was likely one of Carr s earlier efforts It is a stand alone book that focuses primarily on three women from one nuclear family grandmother Lois primarily referred to as Peaches , her daughter Charlene also known as Charlie a lawyer who specializes in family law and Charlie s daughter Stephanie, a spoiled princess of a girl All 3 women love each other and will be there for each other in a pinch but none have had an easy life and past relat This book was originally published in 2001 so was likely one of Carr s earlier efforts It is a stand alone book that focuses primarily on three women from one nuclear family grandmother Lois primarily referred to as Peaches , her daughter Charlene also known as Charlie a lawyer who specializes in family law and Charlie s daughter Stephanie, a spoiled princess of a girl All 3 women love each other and will be there for each other in a pinch but none have had an easy life and past relationships that were dysfunctional continue to affect how they interact with others In many ways reading this book was like watching a comedy of errors I don t want to share all the details as it could spoil the fun The book also touches on some quite heavy subjects though including difficulties that occur when Peaches begins to show signs of dementia I lived through this with my mother so as I read I could imagine difficulties that would arise and extrapolate from my own experiences but it is important for readers to be aware that the way a person moves through dementia will be unique for each person I am thankful that my Mom did not have all the experiences Peaches did but there also seemed to be less humour in the situation when I was living through it The important thing is that love was there and it made the characters grow throughout their experiences While perhaps not quite as polished as herrecent books, this one definitely gave me some enjoyable hours of reading 2.4 Standard chick lit I ll admit that with my wedding coming up I went through the library app and borrowed anything tolerable with the word wedding in it This remained tolerable This was nothing amazing Characters written quick, going through sudden changes, very cutesy cutesy Unrealistic, but kind of fun, simple and one of their nicknames is Peaches which is a little adorable, but also syrupy sugary sickenigly sweet, like all chick lit Her parts were my favorites though Pam s section 2.4 Standard chick lit I ll admit that with my wedding coming up I went through the library app and borrowed anything tolerable with the word wedding in it This remained tolerable This was nothing amazing Characters written quick, going through sudden changes, very cutesy cutesy Unrealistic, but kind of fun, simple and one of their nicknames is Peaches which is a little adorable, but also syrupy sugary sickenigly sweet, like all chick lit Her parts were my favorites though Pam s sections seemed unnecessary.Don t read this if you re having cold feet Easy read, examines how Charlene s childhood created her need to control through adolescence and as an adult Family, interesting characters, and lightbulb moments, provides entertainment for who read this book. Grief has no expiration date Relationships take work and compromise What you want is not always what you need Charlene, Jake, Dennis, Grant, Stephanie and Agatha will all have to think about what they want No one is perfect This is what each of them will deal with Stephanie opens her eyes to what a life with Grant could be and how he sees her Charlene is comfortable in her relationship with Dennis but Jake, her ex, is never far behind What will make each of them truly happy Robyn Carr d Grief has no expiration date Relationships take work and compromise What you want is not always what you need Charlene, Jake, Dennis, Grant, Stephanie and Agatha will all have to think about what they want No one is perfect This is what each of them will deal with Stephanie opens her eyes to what a life with Grant could be and how he sees her Charlene is comfortable in her relationship with Dennis but Jake, her ex, is never far behind What will make each of them truly happy Robyn Carr delves into this with each of these characters I loved every page of this book and hated for it to end Charlene Dugan has been happily divorced for twenty five years She s in a comfortable 5 year relationship with Dennis, a nurse at the local hospital they see each other 2 3 times a week, sex is comfortable Having her daughter, Stephanie, tell her she doesn t want to be like her mother alone panics Charlene and she asks Dennis to marry her Then everything goes wrong Her mother, Peaches, is forgetting things Stephanie s own relationship is disintegrating because of her own selfis Charlene Dugan has been happily divorced for twenty five years She s in a comfortable 5 year relationship with Dennis, a nurse at the local hospital they see each other 2 3 times a week, sex is comfortable Having her daughter, Stephanie, tell her she doesn t want to be like her mother alone panics Charlene and she asks Dennis to marry her Then everything goes wrong Her mother, Peaches, is forgetting things Stephanie s own relationship is disintegrating because of her own selfishness, and she finds that she s spendingtime with her ex husband than with her new fianc This is a good read, no matter your age It was entertaining and insightful Get a look into the mind of a perfectionist who has trust issues I prefer Virgin River. The Wedding Party by Robyn Carr released on Sep ,is available now for purchase

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