Thursday, October 24, 2013

Shopaholic Ties the Knot (Confessions of a Shopaholic #3) By: Sophie Kinsella

Title: Shopaholic Ties the Knot (Confessions of a Shopaholic #3)
Author: Sophie Kinsella
Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars
Shelves: Adult fiction, Contemporary, Romance, Humor
Recommended for Fans Of: Meg Cabot, Jessica Wild

Synopsis: Our favorite fashionista Becky Bloomwood is back with the third installment in the Shopaholic series. This time, it's Becky's turn to walk down the aisle, and into the loving arms of her soon-to be husband Luke. Life seems to be going great until Luke's cold and arrogant mother takes over and plans an elaborate wedding for them in New York City, at the same time that Becky's own mother is planning a small and simple affair back at home in England. Each day, the tensions grow and Becky's stress rises as she struggles to keep up with work, her crazy family and friends, while trying to figure out a solution before her entire wedding is ruined.

Review: I absolutely love Becky and the Shopaholic series. Becky reminds me a little bit of myself, not only because we both love shopping, but because of the way she lets the stress and anxiety get to her. Nevertheless, her habit of pushing things too far away does tend to get annoying, but she is an absolutely adorable character, and is always humorous and true to herself even in the worst of times. This book didn't really lack any elements; the romance between Luke and Becky was perfect and completely swoon-worthy, Becky's friends and family were loving and sweet, and even her little adventures were endearing. I cried when Luke proposed, and when Becky stayed with Suze and her baby in the hospital. I dare you not to cry when reading this book. I just don't believe it's possible.

Conclusion: A humorous and romantic read, Shopaholic Ties the Knot will keep you completely captivated until the very last page of the book. Another well written novel by Sophie Kinsella.



  1. This book made me laugh a lot of times! :-D

  2. I loved the Sophie Kinsella books until right here. Becky is hilarious and I love the way she thinks, but after this it got a bit much for me.