The back of the book says:
Four women, one wedding and a day they’ll never forget . . .
Anna’s world is rocked when she receives an invitation to her ex Toby’s nuptials – Toby was The Love of Her Life, The One That Got Away. Will attending his Big Day finally give her the sense of closure she so desperately craves? Or will it only re-open old wounds?
Clare is Anna’s best friend, the person who was there for her when she and Toby split all those years ago. But little does Clare know that Toby’s wedding day will also change her own life forever.
Ella is a classic femme fatale. She loves men and leaves them without a backward glance. But the one person who’s never fallen for her charms is Toby. As he prepares to get hitched, is it too late for a last-ditch attempt to win his heart?
Finally, Rachel is the blushing bride-to-be. This should be the happiest day of her life. So how come she feels nothing but a terrible sense of foreboding?
This is a book that for some time I have seen on the library, shop book shelf and wondered whether I should read it or not. Being chick-lit fiction it seemed right up my street and would be a nice light, easy read. Ladies and Gentleman I give you RSVP. Helen Warner has done womenkind proud. This book is exactly what I expected with a deviation from the normal girl loves boy that she cannot have but will get him in the end. The funny thing about this book is that everyone has a happy ending. Now this is the point where I keep quiet and don’t give anything else away. Instead I will talk about how the length of book was great as it did not drag out and the storyline was not just a fluff piece. From start to finish it kept my laughing, crying and sometimes even on the edge of my seat wanting to scream out the burning question ‘WHY?!’
Definitely worth a read! A good holiday read or even just something to take your mind off a bad work day with a nice glass of red wine in the bath.
From: Local Library
There is also another book which as far as I am aware is not linked but looks quite similar – don’t you think …