All you need is love. A wonderfully romantic novel from the No. 1 Sunday Times bestselling author of Recipe for Love, A French Affair and The Perfect Match.
Sarah Stratford is a wedding planner hiding a rather inconvenient truth - she doesn't believe in love. Or not for herself, anyway. But as the confetti flutters away on the June breeze of yet another successful wedding she somehow finds herself agreeing to organise two more, on the same day and only two months away.
Luckily Sarah has two tried and tested friends on hand to help her. Elsa, an accomplished dress designer who likes to keep a very low profile, and Bron, a multi-talented hairdresser who lives with her unreconstructed boyfriend and who'd like to go solo in more ways than one.
As the big day draws near, all three women find that patience is definitely a virtue in the marriage game. And as all their working hours are spent preparing for the weddings of the year, they certainly haven't got any time to even think about love. Or have they?
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Hugo, tall, blond and rumpled, always gave Sarah the impression that he’d just got out of bed – and not his own.
Elsa sighed, wishing she could be bright and outgoing without having to be slightly drunk.
Lots of people think that hairdressing is only for people who couldn’t do anything else. I could have done lots of things, but I wanted to do hairdressing. There’s a lot more to it than people realise.
‘Dirk’s mother said it was a good idea to have a big wedding because you get lots of presents and they set you up for your married life.’
Sarah muttered to herself that if you were mostly paying for your own wedding it probably wasn’t cost-effective.
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