Lucy Sullivan Is Getting Married

Lucy Sullivan Is Getting Married

by Marian Keyes
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Lucy Sullivan Is Getting Married by Marian Keyes

What happens when a psychic tells Lucy that she'll be getting married within the year? Her roommates panic! What is going to happen to their blissful existence of eating take-out, drinking too much wine, bringing men home, and never vacuuming?

Lucy reassures her friends that she's far too busy arguing with her mother and taking care of her irresponsible father to get married. And then there's the small matter of not even having a boyfriend.

But then Lucy meets gorgeous, unreliable Gus. Could he be the future Mr. Lucy Sullivan? Or could it be handsome Chuck? Or Daniel, the world's biggest flirt? Or even cute Jed, the new guy at work?

Maybe her friends have something to worry about after all....

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780060090371
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 01/28/2007
Edition description: Reprint
Pages: 640
Sales rank: 599,024
Product dimensions: 5.30(w) x 7.90(h) x 1.30(d)

About the Author

Marian Keyes is the author of ten bestselling novels and two essay collections. She lives in Ireland with her husband and their two imaginary dogs.

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Lucy Sullivan Is Getting Married 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 78 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have recently read all of Marian Keyes' novels, beginning with 'Anybody Out There?' which I absolutely loved and remains my favorite. This book is the last one I've read, and I have to say that it was not up to her usual standards. The problem is that Lucy is just not a likable character. If she had come to her realizations much sooner, I might have been able to empathize with her, but it took her SO LONG to work out her issues, and along the way she was just plain mean to the lovely Daniel. He had the patience of a saint, and it just did not ring true. As with all of Keyes' books, the witty dialogue and quirky minor characters were great fun, so I stuck the book out until the end, but it left me dissatisfied. I was pleased to note that the original publication date of this book was 1999, meaning that Keyes has written some delightful books since that time. I'd recommend that you skip this one and just enjoy the others.
breen32 More than 1 year ago
My favorite book to date. After reading this book, Marian Keyes became one of my favorite authors. I continued reading her other books, Watermelon and Last Call Saloon, but Lucy Sullivan is Getting Married is still my favorite.
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kchamb More than 1 year ago
I was skeptical at first of another cliche romance, but I quickly fell in love with the characters, and the plot.. and Daniel. IT WAS SO GOOD. Read it. Preferabley with ice cream and a free friday night.
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RWallace More than 1 year ago
Great beach read!
curlyloulou More than 1 year ago
Okay...if I could give negative stars on this book I totally would! This booked stunk from beginning to end. And let me tell you the book just goes on and on and on and won't die already. BOOO!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have just a few more chapters to read and can't bring myself to finish this book - I've moved on to another novel. I didn't care for this story at all. Lucy is unlikable, irritating, mean to her best friend ( what best friend would be a best friend if someone treated them that way?) And why does every quote HAVE to say her name over and over again? Lucy, Lucy, Lucy. Yes we know they are talking to Lucy! The story is boring, the outcome is very predictable, it had no sizzle or suspense. And Gus - what a wimpy loser. He was supposed to be portrayed as this sexy man, but he was always wimpering, sometimes in a corner! Good grief. I have another one of Marian Keys' novels and I hope this one is better or I'm going to be very disappointed in this author.
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