Sometimes the best surprises reveal the most shocking secrets.
After three decades of marriage, Brenda Jones has decided to leave her husband, just as soon as they both return from a mystery trip with their daughter Zara. But she has no idea that Zara is flying them
to Las Vegas to renew their vows.
Zara Jones has recreated almost every detail of her parent’s original wedding – now her only challenge is tracking down the two friends who were pictured with her mum and dad back in 1993.
Aiden Gregg is dealing with his own relationship woes when he receives an unexpected message from a complete stranger. WIth the help of Facebook, Zara has tracked him down and is asking if his
parents are the other couple in the old photo? And if so, could he bring them to Vegas for a surprise reunion?
What Zara and Aiden don’t know is that thirty years ago, One Moment In Time changed everything.
Will rewinding the clock right the wrongs of the past?
Or are they all counting down to a rendezvous with disaster?
Shari Low is the #1 bestselling author of over 30 novels, including My One Month Marriage and One Summer Sunrise and a collection of parenthood memories called Because Mummy Said So. She lives near Glasgow.
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My thoughts: another charming, funny book from Shari Low, this time about making mistakes and having lived with them, realising it’s time to make some changes.
Zara and Millie have organised the trip of a lifetime to Las Vegas, so their parents can renew their wedding vows in the place they got married thirty years ago. Except they don’t have the full story.
Aidan’s parents are divorced, and can’t stand each other. Taking them with him on a family trip might not be the best idea.
Turns out Vegas is the perfect place for the truth to come out and for the younger generation to learn the story of their parents mistakes and transgressions. Oh, and maybe some people will find love. And “Elvis” will host a rather unusual wedding.
Great fun as always, smart and with real heart, an entertaining and enjoyable read, that’s just the right amount of silly and serious. Lovely.
*I was kindly gifted a copy of this book in exchange for taking part in the blog tour but all opinions remain my own.