Escape from Bridezilla

Jacqueline deMontravel

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Escape from Bridezilla

Escape from Bridezilla I will not turn into one of those Wedding Girls The second her boyfriend Henry proposes this becomes Emily Briggs oft repeated mantra She is not going to wallpaper her kitchen with wedding magazine t

  • Title: Escape from Bridezilla
  • Author: Jacqueline deMontravel
  • ISBN: 9780758208422
  • Page: 222
  • Format: Paperback
  • I will not turn into one of those Wedding Girls The second her boyfriend Henry proposes, this becomes Emily Briggs oft repeated mantra She is not going to wallpaper her kitchen with wedding magazine tear sheets She is not going to obsess over the date, tracking weather patterns for the slightest hint of rain And she is definitely not going to go all bipolar worrying I will not turn into one of those Wedding Girls The second her boyfriend Henry proposes, this becomes Emily Briggs oft repeated mantra She is not going to wallpaper her kitchen with wedding magazine tear sheets She is not going to obsess over the date, tracking weather patterns for the slightest hint of rain And she is definitely not going to go all bipolar worrying over the perfect place Besides, she already has the ideal place the Bridgehampton summer home of her childhood Wait The summer home her parents just sold Yes, the very same Okay, time to go crazy Now, as her Town Country mother tries to pick out her wedding night lingerie, Henry grows obsessed with let s do lunch work meetings, and a mysterious blonde with a startlingly perfect derriere stalks their Tribeca loft, Emily can feel herself turning into the Bride from Hell, leaving no part of Manhattan from Bergdorf s dressing rooms to Tiffany s sparkling cases unscorched The only person who seems to understand is J3 Hopper Easy going and easy on the eyes, with a love of art and a habit of turning Emily s crazed tirades into delirious laugh fests, J3 is just the sort of man every manic bride needs and wants And that just may be the biggest problem of all.

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    1. Elle on said:

      To say that I truly don't like this book is a total understatement. The plot seems simple enough: a woman trying to deal with an upcoming marriage and union. Now, I'm originally from New York City and I have read novels about New York and weddings and none are like this. Emily Briggs tries to be like Shop-a-ho-lic. It's admirable enough but the writing the writing is just miserable. It calls attention to itself. It's not cute adding in verbage at just the right time like Dickens is prone to doin [...]

    2. Mitzi Moore on said:

      I only read 15 pages because I couldn't stand it. No writer needs a simile or metaphor in every sentence. The writing was just awful: half a page describing the puzzle on the back of the Frosted Flakes box?

    3. Jessica on said:

      As with "The Fabulous Emily Briggs," this book is SO TERRIBLE! The writing, the plot, UGH! It isn't even about being a Bridezilla- whoever thought of the title clearly didn't even read this awful book.The only redeeming quality was the character of Emily. Maybe she's not the most realistic, and maybe she's shallow, and really stupid, but there's just something about her that made me have fun reading this book.It's the strangest thing.

    4. Tricia Loveridge on said:

      TERRIBLE!!!!!!!!!!!!! It took forever to get throughr a book I thought would be a mindless summer read, it was terribly hard! The main character was so flighty I couldn't even follow her train of thoughtwould never recommend!

    5. Robin on said:

      Ugh. I couldn't even finish this one. I bought it at the dollar store--now I know why it was there! :(

    6. Jennifer on said:

      This was enjoyable, as was the first book, if you are looking for light reading. I just think both books would benefit from being shorter.

    7. Barbra Bowers on said:

      It took me a week to finish because it was a book that I COULD put down and keep down. I kept thinking, "it has to get better." I've read worse, but this is not one that I would recommend.

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