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
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 416 pages
- Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
- Publication Date: 06/04/2009
- Category: Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)
- ISBN: 9781847561138
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Review by DeltaQueen50
Wedding Tiers by Trisha Ashley is pure chick-lit. A delightful, clever, breezy story of a woman’s slightly bumpy ride to her happy ending. Set in the tiny village of Neatslake, Lancashire, Josie Gray lives an idyllic, back to nature life with her childhood sweetheart until it all goes wrong and she finds herself facing life alone. Luckily her best friend comes up with an idea to set up a wedding business with Josie as the perfect person to bake the wedding cakes and help with the planning. Being busy is a great way to cope with the loneliness, but although surrounded by wedding romance, Josie finds herself becoming more and more of a cynic. It appears it is up to photographer Noah to lure Josie into giving romance another try.What made this book so enjoyable is that the romance was mostly on the back burner, growing slowly, but not dominating the story. The setting of the quaint English village and it’s quirky inhabitants made for a lot of humor and added to the feel good atmosphere. At times I found Josie a little too much of a floor mat and wanted her to grow a backbone, but overall this was a well done “kissing book”. The story flowed effortlessly and the romance, recipes and humor kept it light and entertaining. Wedding Tiers was a relaxing read that make a great escape from everyday life.