Plume, 2012 (2012)
Reviewed by Carly Johnson
form a group of five wedding guests who did not use the
on their R.S.V.P. cards. Now it is up to Beth to decide exactly where these guests fit in her seating chart and also in life.
lthough the novel starts out with Bee's seating predicament, it quickly heats up into a tell-all from the singles' points of view, explaining exactly how it is that each of them found themselves dateless at their friend's wedding, and what being single in life really entails.
he five characters you meet in Meredith Goldstein's novel will have you rolling with laughter and holding back tears of endearment, while entertaining you through and through as their lives intertwine in surprisingly interesting ways.
provides a hilarious look behind the scenes of weddings, and will prove a memorable read for brides and
of the world alike.
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