An Island Wedding: A Novel (Paperback)
"Entrancing...a great escape for any reader."--USA Today (four stars)
New York Times bestselling author Jenny Colgan brings us a delightful summer novel that will sweep you away to the remote Scottish island of Mure, where two very different weddings are about to take place…
On the little Scottish island of Mure—halfway between Scotland and Norway—Flora MacKenzie and her fiancé Joel are planning the smallest of “sweetheart weddings,” a high summer celebration surrounded only by those very dearest to them.
Not everyone on the island is happy about being excluded, though. The temperature rises even further when beautiful Olivia MacDonald—who left Mure ten years ago for bigger and brighter things—returns with a wedding planner in tow. Her fiancé has oodles of family money, and Olivia is determined to throw the biggest, most extravagant, most Instagrammable wedding possible. And she wants to do it at Flora’s hotel, the same weekend as Flora’s carefully planned micro-wedding.
As the summer solstice approaches, can Flora handle everyone else’s Happy Every Afters—and still get her own?
About the Author
Jenny Colgan is the New York Times bestselling author of numerous novels, including The Café by the Sea, The Bookshop on the Corner, Little Beach Street Bakery, and Christmas on the Island. Jenny is married with three children and lives in Scotland.
"An emotional, heartwarming exploration of grief and anxiety that contemporary women's fiction fans will want on their shelves." — Booklist on Sunrise by the Sea
“An unforgettable setting, quirky characters and food for thought are all guaranteed in Sunrise by the Sea.” — BookReporter.com
“An evocative sweet treat.” — Jojo Moyes on Little Beach Street Bakery
“Funny, magical and moving.” — Time Out on Little Beach Street Bakery
“A bright, lighthearted romantic comedy ready for filming.” — Kirkus Reviews on 500 Miles from You
“The perfect escape.” — Woman (UK) on Christmas at the Cupcake Café
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“Fresh and entertaining.” — People
"Entrancing...a great escape for any reader." — USA Today (four stars)