Fran’s wedding dress shop isn’t like any other. A treasure trove of history, filled with gowns from every decade for every type of bride. But not as you’d expect.
Something bold for the shy and retiring.
Something simple for the woman who is unafraid to stand out.
And something dazzling for the bride who wouldn’t normally dare to be different.
No matter your expectations, you’d never guess your own perfect dress. But Fran knows… she feels the wisdom woven into every gown, a gift from the previous owner waiting to be handed down to the next bride.
When Fran finds a dress that seems to be perfect for her she can’t wait to know its complex history which starts with her getting to know the son of the previous owner…
I enjoyed this book – romance, mystery, psychology, reality TV stars all packaged into one book along with stories of brides and their gowns.
My favourite part of the book is when Fran matches the brides to be to their ‘perfect dress’ – often with interesting results.
Well worth reading – not a traditional romantic fiction book.
Thank you to NetGalley and Random House UK for a free digital ARC in return for an honest review – my opinions are my own.
This updated review is shared because the paperback was published this week.
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