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Is a mistake from her past about to destroy her future? Caz's wild streak has tested her friendships over the years. One by one she has let her friends down, not least when she commits the ultimate betrayal to Susan. Can she change her ways and more to the point, does she really want to?

Married to Steve, Sarah is plagued by doubts that she went down the wrong path.

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Does Sarah have the strength to make a change and will she ever be able to forgive Caz? As Dorrie's big day dawns, all eyes are on whether the ultimate act of friendship will be honoured and obeyed! Paperback , pages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about The Bridesmaid Pact , please sign up. Lists with This Book.

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Mar 27, Donna Grant rated it really liked it. Enjoyable and entertaining A book to help take your mind off the pressure off every day life. Entertaining, a good reminder of the ups and downs of friendship. Jul 01, Leah rated it really liked it Shelves: While there are a few weddings in the book, the book is about much more than that.

Back when Dorris, Caz, Beth and Sarah were 8 they made a pact: All is not what it seems, however, as each of the women have their own troubles. To fit four massive storylines into a novel under pages is always going to be a stretch and despite massively enjoying the book, it could have been just as good if a storyline was cut to give more space to the other storylines abound.

I loved Caz, despite her faults and flaws. Because she acknowledged her wrongs I was able to like her. Beth was the only one with a question mark. She was sweet, sure, but her secret which I guessed really quickly was a bit unfair of her to conceal, I felt. It seemed somewhat out of kilter with the Beth she was supposed to be, all sweet and light and adverse to confrontation of any kind.

Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed The Bridesmaid Pact. It was a relatively quick read, all in all and despite being somewhat heavier than I expected, I enjoyed seeing how the girls dealt with their issues and problems and how their friendship moved on and was repaired or not repaired as the pages progressed. Jul 04, Mandy rated it liked it. Caz became increasingly boring by the end, repetitive.

Also everyone was constantly saying 'sorry', 'no I'm sorry! She should have written some of their ending stories after going Switzerland and delving just a little deeper in their respective endings May 04, Nash Norden rated it really liked it Shelves: But things happen, and their promise broken. But things were really not that simple. I had a hard time keeping up with who is who and had to refer back to the cover to figure that out.

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But the changing point of view works for me as I continued to read the book. It was difficult not to. And I like that little bit of romance with Sarah and Caz. It was really sweet! I had expected that The Bridesmaid Pact to be the usual romantic comedy on wedding planning. But I was clearly wrong. The Bridesmaid Pact is more than that. Sure, they had broken up with their friendship over betrayal.

But in the end, they need to stick together and overcome their problems together and be there to support each other. Because that is what friends do, right? Apr 01, Karen Whittard rated it did not like it. This book was ok. Not great but ok.


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It was written back in the 90s and you could tell. I didn't like the chapters in Disney as I am a massive Disney nut it annoyed me that things weren't accurate and it sounded to me that Julia was trying to state how crap she thinks Disney is because everyone hated it and hardly any good things were said about it. Which annoyed me a lot. I'm a massive Disney nut and Disneyland is the most magical place of all. There was a problem filtering reviews right now.

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I generally don't have preconceived notions of books before reading them but with the pale blue cover and bridesmaid-led title, I figured The Bridesmaid Pact would be a fairly easy read about weddings. While there are a few weddings in the book, the book is about much more than that. It's about four friends coming together after many years of fractured relationships and trying to stick themselves back together to try and fulfil a pact they made when they were young - to be bridesmaids at each other's weddings. Back when Dorris, Caz, Beth and Sarah were 8 they made a pact: All is not what it seems, however, as each of the women have their own troubles.

Beth's desperate to have a baby, worrying that a mistake in her past will damage her future; Caz has spent her life being reckless and destroying her friendships and wonders if there's any way to make amends; Sarah is worried about her marriage, about whether she made the right decision; and Dorris is keeping a big, big secret from her friends. There's a lot that goes on during the book - it's almost as if there's four books in one, in fact, and although I did enjoy each storyline, it did, at times, seem a bit too much. To fit four massive storylines into a novel under pages is always going to be a stretch and despite massively enjoying the book, it could have been just as good if a storyline was cut to give more space to the other storylines abound.

I didn't think I'd like Caz, I thought Dorris was a bit of a daydreamer, I thought Beth was a bit shy and that Sarah was a bit of a pushover.

Despite some of it being true - Dorrie is a daydreamer though not detrimentally, in fact, it's nice to read of someone lusting after a fairytale, Disney-style wedding and Sarah is a bit of a push-over, I couldn't have been more wrong. I loved Caz, despite her faults and flaws. Because she acknowledged her wrongs I was able to like her. Sarah, too, was great and I adored Dorrie - she was just so likeable, you just couldn't dislike her if you tried. Beth was the only one with a question mark.

She was sweet, sure, but her secret which I guessed really quickly was a bit unfair of her to conceal, I felt. It seemed somewhat out of kilter with the Beth she was supposed to be, all sweet and light and adverse to confrontation of any kind. Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed The Bridesmaid Pact. It was a relatively quick read, all in all and despite being somewhat heavier than I expected, I enjoyed seeing how the girls dealt with their issues and problems and how their friendship moved on and was repaired or not repaired as the pages progressed.

Julia Williams is an excellent storyteller and I'm kind of sad now that I don't have a novel of hers on my TBR shelf, that I need to wait for her next novel to read a new Julia Williams novel. I'd definitely recommend The Bridesmaid Pact, it was a fun novel and I loved that the main focus was on the friendship of the four girls, novels about female friendship seem to be few and far between at the moment so it's nice to read one for a change.

One person found this helpful. Amazon Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward your audience, and attract new followers and customers. Learn more about Amazon Giveaway. Set up a giveaway. Even though each chapter is clearly labelled, I still found it quite confusing at first. However, once I got used to this, it was no problem at all and I was completely hooked. The way that the story developed with subtle hints about what was to come just made me want to keep on reading more and more.

The Bridesmaid Pact is a truly absorbing novel.

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