My Review of “Bridal Girl” by Meredith Schorr

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MY REVIEW OF “BRIDAL GIRL” BY MEREDITH  SCHORR       #Henery Press, April 2018

“Bridal Girl” by Meredith Schorr is a heartwarming, witty, delightful and charming novel.   “Bridal Girl” is the third book in  “The Blogger Girl Series”, but it can be read as a stand-alone.  The Genres for this story are Fiction, Women’s Fiction, and Chick Lit.

I appreciate that Meredith Schorr  describes her colorful cast of characters as complex, complicated, quirky,  dysfunctional, loyal and mostly likable. I love the way the author describes the importance of family and friends,  communication, love and hope.

Kim Long  not only is marrying the man of her dreams, Nicholas, but is now a published author, attempting to write her second book.  Kim is trying to plan her wedding, with the help of the parents, a few closed friends, and other family members that have a problem  agreeing with anything. Why is Nicholas’s high school sweetheart suddenly involved in this planning? Why is Nicholas’s sister always with the girlfriend? How will Kim say “Yes” to the dress? Kim has looked at dresses several times, and an emergency of one sort or another comes up.

Kim has a deadline for  her second book, and isn’t feeling it. If only Kim could stop reading the reviews and ratings for her first book. With the wedding date approaching, and the deadline for her book, how is Kim going to manage? Did you ever think that planning a wedding could be such a dramatic adventure? I would recommend this amusing and entertaining novel for those readers that appreciate Women’s Fiction. I received an ARC from NetGalley for my honest review.

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