The Wedding Planner’s Daughter – Book Review
Finally, 12-year-old Willafred Havisham, or Willa as she likes to be called, believes with all her heart and soul that she and her mother, Stella, are finally in the right place at the right time? Willa’s dreams of her first best friend and the most important connection between her mother and her English teacher, Sam, succeed. Could it be that his thirteenth birthday wish comes true this time? But for as long as she can remember, Willa has dreaded the day the steel armor surrounds her mother. It could only mean one thing, another movement.
In her mother Stella’s efforts to secretly help her weddings, Willa always includes a thirteenth secret ingredient until the day it all comes to an end that no one suspected.
“Mother, your weddings were perfect, but you were sewing your sadness into them, like a spell. I know you didn’t realize it, or you did it on purpose, but the day after the wedding your girlfriends started crying and …. ”
Willa’s hopes and dreams will cast a spell on the reader. Add co-conspirators, you will cheer up Willa with every action she takes for the one thing she ever wanted. However, sometimes what you want is not really what you want.
It’s no wonder “The Wedding Planner’s Daughter” has sold half a million copies and is now a series. Visit the Coleen Murtagh Paratore at: http://www.coleenparatore.com to learn more about her exciting writing career.
Qualification: The Wedding Planner’s Daughter
Written by: Coleen Murtagh Paratore
Soft cover: 200 pages
Editor: Simon and Schuster
Publication: February 2005