Where’s a Fairy Godmother when you need one?
If you won a fairy-tale wedding in a luxury hotel, you’d be delighted – right? But what if you didn’t have anyone to marry? Cat Aston did have a fiancé, but now it looks like her Prince Charming has done a runner.
Adam Lawley was left devastated when his girlfriend turned down his heartfelt proposal. He’s made a vow never to fall in love again.
So – when Cat and Adam meet, they shouldn’t even consider falling in love. After all, they’re both broken hearted. But for some reason they can’t stop thinking about each other. Is this their second chance for happiness, or are some things just too good to be true?
Cat isn’t the luckiest of people, so it surprises her when she finds out she has won a competition to have her dream wedding paid for.
If only she could work out where her fiancé was, the last thing she had heard he was taking a break from them to launch his career on the comedy circuit.
Adam feels that him and Mads are ready to take the next step in their relationship, so why is it when he asks her to marry him, she laughs in his face?
Two broken hearts, drawn together through their love of architecture, have they found the right foundations for a new relationship.
So I’m a bitter singleton, Bridget Jones has nothing on me but when it comes to books and couples I can gush with the best of them.
And it was clear to me that Cat and Adam were made for each other, they are both genuinely nice people, who have been used by people they loved.
Neither, could see how unstable and one sided their relationships were, even with friends pointing it out.
I loved how gentlemanly Adam was with Cat, which was the complete opposite of Jack who would have taken her last £10.
And the Italian setting had me googling flights and day dreaming of towers and wine.
Speaking of towers, I wold happily of pushed Jack off of one, that man really did make my blood bubble, with the way he treated Cat and tried to change her.
The laugh out loud moments came in the delightful and slightly forceful form of Fanny the wedding planner, she was a breezy character and I loved her relationship with her dog (yes you, read correctly)
‘The Wedding Diary’ is pure escapism, leaving you feeling like sunshine on a cloudy day,