Bridesmaids - The One with the Hen Weekend (Bridesmaids, Book 3)

By Erin Lawless

‘Heartwarming and humorous, The One with the Engagement Party is Erin Lawless at her best. I can’t wait for more!’ – Books with Bunny

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A Spice Girls themed hen party, one night in Paris, a river boat of ten thirty-something women, and too many bottles of champagne … what could possibly go wrong?

For fans of romcoms like Bridesmaids and Four Weddings & a Funeral, and bestselling authors Mhairi McFarlane and David Nicholls, this is a hilarious series about one bride and her four best friends

Format: Digital download
Release Date: 11 Nov 2016
Pages: None
ISBN: 978-0-00-818175-8
I live a happy life full of wonderful friends, in love with a man who buys me books instead of flowers. To mix things up a little, I write books where friends and lovers hit obstacles and (usually) overcome them. When I’m not doing that I read absolutely everything I can get my hands on, spend an inordinate amount of time in pyjamas and run a fun-but-informative blog on British history.

”Praise for Erin’s previous novels, 'The Best Thing I Never Had” - & 'Somewhere Only We Know’:

”'Funny and Addictive… If this is Erin Lawless' first book, I can't wait to read her next one!” - - Fabulous Magazine (The Sun)

”'A lovely, warm read to snuggle up on the sofa with.” - - Novelicious

”'Friendships, trust, lies, deceit, love and so much more - a real page-turner for me!!” - - Cosmochicklitan

”'A superb debut about complicated ties, betrayal and lies, and one of my favourite books of the year.” - - ChickLit Club

”'The Best Thing I Never Had was mind-blowingly good and everyone should read it” - - ChickLitReviews

”'One of the most engaging books I’ve read this year. I loved it” - - Books with Bunny

”'This book was so incredibly amazingly awesome that I want to shout it from the hilltops and make ALL my friends buy it this instant!!” - - The Chiq Blog

”'First there was Bridget and Mark; then there was Em and Dex and now there is Nadia and Alex…it is a rare thing to be able to make the love between two fictional characters become so real that you actually champion their love from your very roots.” - - Lisa Talks About…

”'Somewhere Only We Know takes you to a London that isn't often seen…a fantastic story.” - - Rachel’s Random Reads