It’s supposed to be the perfect day…
After getting away with literal murder, Meddy can’t wait to settle down and marry the love of her life, Nathan. She’s found the dress, got the dream venue at Christ Church College, Oxford, plus having a destination wedding comes with the added bonus of not having to invite her very large extended family.
…But is it even a wedding if nobody gets killed?
Although when her meddling aunties get involved, Meddy knows her wedding is going to be anything but quiet. Even though there’s no dead body hidden in the freezer this time, for better or worse, it’s certainly going to be a day she’s never going to forget…
My thoughts: Meddy and her delightful family (I genuinely can’t decide which aunt is my favourite) are back for another stab at wedding bliss – this time it’s Meddy’s own happily ever after at stake, and they’re in Oxford with Nathan’s very different family in tow. No one has ever seen anything quite like these four Chinese-Indonesian ladies, with their Komodo dragon headgear and unique sense of style. And of course they’re tangled up in a crazy caper with the wedding organisers and kidnapping galore.
I laughed so hard I snorted in a very unladylike manner reading this, Meddy’s family are hilarious and rather brilliant, their unique way of dealing with any problems is hysterical and while I did feel for Meddy and Nathan, I did enjoy the enthusiasm with which her family do everything. Can’t wait to see what chaos they cause next!
*I was kindly gifted a copy of this book in exchange for taking part in the blog tour but all opinions remain my own.