Back with yet another heart-warming and quintessentially British comedy, Abigail Mann’s The Wedding Crasher introduces us to Poppy. Recently separated and hiding behind her camera lens, Poppy finds more than she bargained for on a short trip to the island where it all began.
Abigail Mann has worked with words in many different guises, from studying English and Creative Writing at the University of Kent, to teaching literature at secondary level in London and Sheffield. Often inspired by her own experiences, Abigail’s books are never short of relatable, laugh-out-loud moments.
With the Easter break just around the corner, The Wedding Crasher is the ideal read for a bit of light-hearted holiday reading so why not download your copy here.
One reluctant photographer. One high society wedding. And a whole lot of chaos.
Poppy got married young. Too young in fact, and she put her dreams aside for love. Fast-forward eight years(ish) and now it’s time to reclaim her life and first love – photography.
What better way to celebrate her new-found freedom than a blissful week alone on an island with just her camera for company. Until her best friend has a catastrophe with the high-profile wedding she’s planning and begs Poppy to help. After all, she owes her.
Poppy doesn’t expect to recognise the groom as an old friend, nor for the bride to get cold feet but what’s a wedding without a little drama. And as the wedding week – yes, week – gets underway, Poppy might find happiness again, just not in the way she expected.
If you love Mhairi McFarlane, Marian Keyes and Beth O’Leary, you will love Abigail Mann.
Happy Publication Day, Abi, we’re so proud of you!