OK. “The Christmas Wedding,” by James Patterson is just plain silly.
A middle-age widow has three suitors. They’ve all asked for her hand in marriage.
She decides to throw a huge holiday wedding, but refuses to tell anyone, including her children, who she’s chosen.
Three grown men get all gussied up, stand at the altar with the full knowledge that two of them are going to be left standing there as part of the wedding party, not the groom.
I don’t think so.
Silly tripe. Patterson is so much better than this.
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