The Dream Wedding

Rated 2.33/5 based on 4 reviews
Shelly lived at home with her parents who were worried that she was still single at thirty. They wanted her to find a man. The London marathon was approaching and she had to train each day. One morning while out jogging, she bumped into someone and damaged his nose.What does the future hold for them?
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Words: 2,190
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301884858
About Patrice Reid-Taiwo

The writer lives in London England with her husband and three children. She enjoys writing, shopping, watching movies and spending time with her family.

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Review by: David Blake on June 06, 2013 :
A little unusual this... the writing's not that bad in terms of vocabulary, dialogue and sentence construction, and the spelling and grammar is up to standard, but where the story falls down quite badly is in the plot construction.
The whole opening scene, for example, serves no purpose at all. It describes a date between Shelly and Patrick which has no bearing on the events that follow. Yes, it lets the reader know that Shelley is madly in love with Patrick, but the later sequences can fulfill that requirement. There's no coherent timeline, with the plot jumping forwards as well as back. It needs to start off on Shelly's wedding day, not her birthday, and incorporate the required flashbacks as she nervously contemplates her future and remembers the journey that brought her to this moment.
And the ending just doesn't work - it's too abrupt and doesn't really feel like a climax, hence other reviewers asking where the rest of the story is. The ending might have been more powerful if we just had the woman interrupting the ceremony with her accusation, then Shelley looking into Patrick's eyes and seeing guilt, and then just stop the story there, leaving the reader to speculate whether Shelly went through with the marriage or not.
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Review by: I M Vayne on May 14, 2013 :
It is almost as if the author had an idea for this story, started writing it, then lost her train of thought part way through it. Not knowing what to do she threw an ending together and published it.
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Review by: NJ GarTor on April 25, 2013 : (no rating)
Exactly where is the rest.?
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Review by: hrhsophia on April 23, 2013 :
Um ok... is this part of a longer story?
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