I was thrilled to read this generous post from Cathy Murray about my novel, ‘Three Hundred Bridesmaids’. Cathy is the author of many books, including the delightful (and highly recommended!) ‘Cabbage and Semolina: Memories of a 1950s childhood’.
Michael and I were married on the last Saturday of July in 1976, the year of one of the UK’s most memorable heat waves. The sky was a cloudless, vivid blue until half an hour before the ceremony when a freak shower dampened the dust and freshened the roses beside the path to the church. Otherwise everything went to plan and we had a lovely wedding day.
So you can imagine my pleasure when I found that 300 Bridesmaids by romance novelist, Jenny Worstall, was set in that glorious summer of 76. For years I’ve enjoyed Jenny Worstall novels and short stories and thought I’d read them all but somehow I’ve missed 300 Bridesmaids so was quick to get it for my Kindle.
Piano teacher Rosie Peach starts a new job at a convent school where she soon falls for fellow music teacher, David Hart. But Rosie takes too much…
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