Like other Trisha Ashley books I would say this one was slow to begin with, but by about half way through the story had developed enough to make it a pleasant read.
The characters are quite plain and the story is not interesting enough to make this a page turner - despite the fact that there was promise of a family secret being revealed at the end of the book.
There's nothing wrong with this book, it's a perfectly good read but it just lacked that something special that makes a truly good chick-lit book.
Incidentally this was the 51st book I read in 2012 bringing me to a much higher total than I had anticipated that I would read, my challenge being 35 books over the year. I have enjoyed my reading challenge more than I ever imagined I would, especially sharing books and recommendations with friends, work colleagues and the Twittersphere. Here's to much more reading in 2013!
Title: Chocolate Shoes and Wedding Blues
Author: Trisha Ashley