Review: Daughters of the Bride by Susan Mallery

Daughters of the Bride
With Joy, Love and a Little Trepidation, Courtney, Sienna and Rachel Invite You to the Most Emotional Wedding of the Year… Their Mother's


~ The Misfit ~ 

As the awkward one, Courtney Watson may not be as together as her sisters, but she excels at one thing—keeping secrets, including her white-hot affair with a sexy music producer. Planning Mom's wedding exposes her startling hidden life, changing her family's view of her—and how she views herself—forever. 


~ The Free Spirit ~ 

When Sienna's boyfriend proposes—in front of her mom and sisters, for crying out loud—he takes her by surprise. She already has two broken engagements under her belt. Should she say "I do" even if she's not sure she does? 


~ The Cynic ~ 

Rachel thought love would last forever…right up until her divorce. As Mom's wedding day draws near and her ex begs for a second chance, she's forced to acknowledge some uncomfortable truths about why her marriage failed, and decide if she'll let pride stand in the way of her own happily-ever-after.

Susan Mallery always knows how to write such powerful romance stories that she has created another one that will bring out so much emotions, Daughters of the Bride.
Daughters of the Bride has three different stories that intertwined with each other since their mother is getting marry that reunited all three sisters. 
Courtney is known as the black sleep of the family since she constantly in trouble or problems in the past. But lately she has her life in order especially her career. However, she does not share her news to anyone in her family because she does not want big expectations from herself. But you know what they say that secrets will always come out which her does that will complicate her life especially her romance with sexy music producer. I definitely felt Courtney because she is very shy through her life that she can be caution with everything especially her romance department.
Sienna definitely have commitment issues in her life that she does not want to get engaged again. But unfortunately she does. She is having seriously doubts about her relationship that she rrally starts to think what she wants from life and her personal life. I truly think that Sienna play too safe in her personal life because she goes for the wrong guy so when things get challenges she can blame on the guy instead of her self. She really needs to know what she wants in personal life, not just to settle.
Rachel is a tough women that I definitely am proud of her. But she is having a tough patch in her life that she does not realize it until other start to notice. When she starts her life again, she begins to wonder what went wrong in her marriage especially when her ex is showing attention to her. I know how vulnerable Rachel is that she always have her guarded up especially in tough situations that she put her ex to the side. But she is realizing that she needs to let other people in if she wants to fully move on with or without her ex. 
I just love how flaw these sisters were that reader can connected to one or other. Daughters of the Bride is fantastic roller coaster that no one will put down. Five Stars.

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About the Author:

Susan Mallery is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of novels about the relationships that define women's lives—romance, friendship, family. With compassion and humor, Susan keenly observes how people think and feel, in stories that take readers on an emotional journey. Sometimes heartbreaking, often funny, and always uplifting, Susan's books have spent more than 200 weeks on the USA Today bestsellers list, thanks to her ever growing legions of fans.

Susan lives in Seattle with her husband, two ragdoll cats, and a tattletale toy poodle. Animals play a big role in her books, as well, as she believes they're an integral component to a happy life. Visit her online at



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