Let's Call The Whole Thing Off - Jill Steeples (2014)

When Anna finds her flatmate Sophie's diary, she can't resist taking a peek. But the last thing she expects to find is proof that her fiance Ed has been cheating on her. With the wedding only days away, she takes off to the coast to decide what she is going to do and only her good friend Ben - who is also Ed's best man - knows where she is. In Hollisea, Anna meets Dave but she pretends to be someone completely different - a jewellery designer named Persephone. Will Anna decide to forgive and go through with her big day? Although Anna does a bit too much self-reflection, it is still a delightful, feel-good story.

Let's Call the Whole Thing Off, by Jill Steeples, is about a bride-to-be facing a tough decision. The summary says: "Reasons why you should never, ever, read your best friend's diary (even if it has fallen to the floor, pages open oh-so temptingly... It's morally indefensible. She would never trust you again. You probably know it all anyway... So what harm could the tiniest peek do...? Answer: Lots! The best reason for never reading your best friend's diary: You might just find out something you really didn't want to know! Learning her fiance, Ed - the guy she's supposed to marry this weekend! - is having an affair with her best friend, is a devastating bombshell for bride-to-be Anna. Confused, hurt and absolutely livid, she hops on the first train to anywhere-but-here in need of some serious soul searching. Can she ever forgive Ed? Who is Anna 'sans Ed'? And more importantly, should she go through with the wedding or should she just call the whole thing off?"

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