Natalie’s Getting Married written and self-published by Rosa Temple is available NOW in ebook format and is also available under the kindleunlimited scheme.
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Career minded, Natalie Spencer, had never been in love. She could never understand what all the fuss was about. But when she met Jackson Humphries during Fresher’s Week at university, that all changed.
Utterly infatuated, Natalie quickly discovers the meaning of love and, before she knows it, she’s heading up the aisle – for the first time, that is.
This is a tale about four wedding dresses, a runaway groom and a girl who got so carried away, she couldn’t see true love staring her right in the face.
I’d like to thank the author, Rosa Temple, for an arc in return for an honest review.
This is the first full length novel written by Rosa. I read her novella, Sleeping with your Best Friend, last year and really enjoyed it. Natalie’s Getting Married is a fun filled romantic comedy that I was totally absorbed with.
Natalie has three men in her life: Jackson the first guy she fell in love with from afar at Uni; Liam the charming and sweet local shop owner and Gabriel the guy who took her under his wings at Uni and has been her best friend since.
We follow Natalie stumbling through her life falling in and out of love and planning 3 weddings. Who will be the one to succeed in marrying Natalie? Will Natalie realise too late who her heart truly belongs to …?
I adored Natalie’s character, she had such a big heart and was shy revealing her true feelings to her intended. When she did let herself go there was no stopping her and her heart and she found herself walking down the aisle 3 times!
The wonderful array of sub characters added much humour and warmth to the story: Bella her fun loving man hungry friend; Margie from Margie McGee’s Wedding Dress Emporium, this shop was so quirky and reminded me of Mr Benn’s costume shop and her lovable and over emotional mum.
A brilliant debut full length novel from Rosa and I look forward to more from her. 4.5/5*
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