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A Wild Affair

by Gemma Townley

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Jessica Wild is headed to the altar until it seems her fiance has something going on that causes him to lie to her several times. Jessica decides he is cheating on her and makes a couple of poor decisions. When the truth comes out, there is a whole new storyline that I do not want to spoil for anyone except to say that he is not cheating on her but she still has to live with those poor decisions.

This is a cute book but has no real substance. It is perfect for a beach read or if you are looking for something light and fun. I enjoyed reading it but would not highly recommend it unless you are indeed looking for a "light" read. ( )
  julesm | Aug 20, 2009 |
This is a typical chick lit book. I have read most of Townley's books. I started reading her novels because she is Sophie Kinsella's sister I really enjoy her novels. This is the second book in a series althought I'm not sure how many more books Townley is planning on writing. I enjoyed this book because it was an easy light read but at the same time the main character is a bit frustrating. She continues to dodge the truth and as a reader you just know that things are going to end in disaster. With that said, you also know that as typical chick lit, things will work themselves out in the end if only the protanganist comes clean and confesses to her wrongdoings. I give this book a 3 out of 5. ( )
  meags222 | Jul 26, 2009 |
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A hilarious story of secrets, betrayals, love, and wedding planning—from the author of The Importance of Being Married

Jessica and Max are finally going to tie the knot, and Jessica is determined to have the biggest, best wedding ever. The only problem is, recently Max has been evasive—and when Jessica follows him and sees him in an apparent tryst with an attractive woman, it’s the last straw. The next thing she knows, she’s drunk at a bar, cozying up to the top rival of Max’s firm, and letting some top-secret work details slip . . . details that could cost Max everything.

The next morning Jessica is deeply ashamed of her actions, and when a series of events leads her to discover an important truth about her past, she realizes she shouldn’t have doubted the only man she’s ever loved. But as evidence of her own indiscretion surfaces, she knows that the same can’t be said about her. Is her Big Day, as well as her job and reputation in jeopardy?
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Jessica and Max are finally going to tie the knot. The only problem is that Max has been evasive recently. When Jessica follows him and sees him in an apparent tryst with an attractive woman, it's the last straw. And thus begins a series of misunderstandings and indiscretions that threatens Jessica's Big Day.… (more)

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