Wedding Tiers

Wedding Tiers

by Trisha Ashley
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Wedding Tiers by Trisha Ashley

The path of true love never runs smooth. But for some, it's one seriously bumpy ride…Josie Gray and her childhood sweetheart Ben Richards always dreamt of living a life of rural bliss. And when Josie inherits her beloved Grandmother's cottage in Neatslake, Lancashire, it seems they might have got just that.Josie throws herself into her wedding cake business, whilst Ben gains increasing acclaim as an artist. The tranquil village turns into a hive of activity when Josie's childhood friend Libby Martin returns to the village, planning a lavish wedding to rival any celeb bash.But amidst all this romance, Josie's fairytale relationship with Ben turns into a nightmare, and she quickly becomes Love's number one cynic – until charming wedding photographer Noah Sephton arrives in Neatslake with a very different outlook on love…A heartwarming new romantic comedy from Sunday Times bestselling author Trisha Ashley

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780007329052
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 05/29/2009
Sold by: HarperCollins Publishers
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 416
Sales rank: 554,988
File size: 856 KB

About the Author

Trisha lives in beautiful North Wales, together with the neurotic Border Collie recently foisted onto her by her student son and an equally neurotic but also vain, bad-tempered and chancy Muse. Her previous books have been Sunday Times bestsellers.
For more information about Trisha, please visit her Facebook fan page or follow her on Twitter (trishaashley).

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Wedding Tiers 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
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This is my favorite of all of Trisha ashley's books.
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...crickets chirping... This was a very slow read with very little action. This would normally be the kind of book I would enjoy, about life in a small english village with a main character who bakes wedding cakes. Sounds pleasant, right? It was downright boring. The writing seemed immature with a heavy reliance on the exclamation point to convey feeling.