Thirteen Weddings By: Paige Toon – Audiobook Online

In “Thirteen Weddings” by Paige Toon, the story follows Bronte, who unexpectedly reunites with Alex, a man she had a memorable one-night encounter with in England. Despite Alex being engaged to another woman, Bronte finds it challenging to ignore the chemistry between them. As Bronte navigates her job as a wedding photographer and grapples with her feelings for Alex and another character named Lachie, the novel delves into themes of love, friendship, and difficult choices. The book explores Bronte’s internal conflict as she must decide whether to pursue her feelings for Alex or let him go as his wedding day approaches.

Throughout the novel, unexpected twists and emotional depth keep readers engaged as they witness Bronte’s journey of self-discovery and romantic entanglements. With well-developed characters, engaging storytelling, and a mix of light-hearted moments and deeper themes, “Thirteen Weddings” showcases Paige Toon’s talent for crafting compelling narratives in the realm of chick lit and romance.

A year ago, Bronte left Sydney for a wedding in England, where she met newly single Alex. After a wonderful night together, they parted ways.

Now working at the photo desk for a glass magazine in London, Bronte is about to meet a new colleague – one who turns out to be all too familiar. Alex is now engaged, but the memory of the spark they felt when they met hasn’t died. As Alex’s wedding day approaches, it becomes clear that he and Bronte have unfinished business….

A sparkling, pleasant listen for fans of Lindsey Kelk and Kirsty Greenwood.

The book begins with Bronte meeting Alex in a Club, each of them on a stag night. Both are newly single. They connect immediately and end up having a one-night stand. A year later they met again. Even though it was just a one-night stand, Bronte never forgot Alex, and it seems that Alex also didn’t forget Bronte, but this time he was about to marry the girlfriend he was on a break from, when he met Bronte. Working with Alex every day is difficult for Bronte.
The whole situation with Alex is a big mess, and even though it’s an important part of her life, I like that the story doesn’t focus on whether or not they get together, because there is something more present in her life, that is finding a way to resolve something that happened in the past. She cannot move forward alone or with anyone before she accepts/forgives her past.

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