Honeymoon Suite by Wendy Holden

Honeymoon Suite

When Nell is marooned at the altar, her feisty best friend Rachel says she'll come with her on honeymoon instead. Why waste a week in a posh country hotel?So the duo, plus Rachel's Agatha Christie-obsessed small daughter Juno, head for the hills and idyllic Edenville, on the edge of the beautiful Pemberton estate. Awaiting them is a cast of colourful characters from Jason the harassed hotel manager to the ruthless Angela, Director of HR. Not to m...

Details Honeymoon Suite

TitleHoneymoon Suite
Release DateOct 20th, 2016
GenreRomance, Womens Fiction, Chick Lit

Reviews Honeymoon Suite

  • Karen Whittard
    This is a wonderful book. With a wonderful cover that drew me in from the start. The writing style is really different to what I usually read and like. But it really worked for me and I really liked all the more detailed descriptions. The characters in the book are great and it's a funny, laugh out loud romo of a book. I throughly enjoyed it
  • Rachel Gilbey
    From its stunning cover, to the wonderful story inside it, Honeymoon Suite is a brilliant romantic comedy, taking in many storylines that all interlink in a great way. There is Dylan the author, who starts the book with a psycho girlfriend, but then after an incredibly nerve wracking incident, he changes his life completely and his identity, He works out what triggered this, was after a chance meeting with Nell in a pub, with a different case of ...
  • Jo
    First off I love the cover - it is what drew me to the book in the first place. Not read one of Wendy Holdens books for a while because for me they all got a bit silly. This one started off promisingly well - some interesting characters. But sadly it all got a bit daft and some of the characters (Angela) were irritating. Enjoyed the storyline about George though.
  • Alba
    Originally posted on: http://www.albainbookland.com/2017/02...Honeymoon Suite is my first book by Wendy Holden. I know many people who have loved her previous books, so I was really curious to discover her writing. I could tell from the beginning that it was going to be an eventful story with the air of a romantic comedy movie, where many coincidences bring two people together. In the first few chapters we get to know the two main characters sepa...
  • Emma Crowley
    It's been awhile since I have read anything by Wendy Holden. I had read a few of her books in the past but the last one I read Marrying Up really wasn't that good and that put me off reading more from this author. Then along comes Honeymoon Suite with the most gorgeous cover that couldn't but fail to brighten up the long gloomy days of January fortunately it's the month of its publication. It is so colourful and bright and would certainly stand o...
  • Joséphine (Word Revel)
    August 2, 2017Full review is up on Word Revel.____________July 29, 2017Initial thoughts: At first, I really struggled to get into Honeymoon Suite. There were a lot of characters to note, as the third-person omniscient point-of-view constantly flitted from one to the next and back. Their paths hadn't crossed yet, so it was confusing trying to keep their individual stories straight while trying to grasp the overarching plot of how their lives would...
  • Claire Davis
    Having read a lot of similar books I thought I would give someone different a try and I wasn’t disappointed in the slightest. A lovely and very easy read with twists and turns along the way. Lots of characters with different stories which all linked into each other. Looking forward to reading some more by Wendy.
  • Nadi 🌴☀️👙
    Annoying characters, sloooow story & tbh it's more realistic to see a unicorn in your garden than a story happening like this.There are some (maybe one or two) good parts but before you can celebrate them they're over and you're back in a bedtime story for adults.
  • Faye Bryan
    Enjoyed this book more than I thought I would. It was well written and I liked the characters. I am intrigued to find out if there will be a book 2 in the series....maybe there is already, I best check!
  • Becky Innes
    This book started off as an interesting read but it became slow and dreary, having slight ups where I was interested again, only to be reading a few boring chapters. The storyline became unrealistic and the characters were annoying.
  • Anitajt
    I just couldn't get in to this book, got bored, first time ever with her stories. Couldn't even finish it
  • Sally Akins
    Disclosure: I received a copy of Honeymoon Suite for review, but the opinions below are my own and unbiased.If you’re looking for a feel-good read to brighten up the winter months, you won’t go far wrong with Wendy Holden’s Honeymoon Suite.At nearly 500 pages long, Honeymoon Suite is quite a chunky book. And it needs to be, because there’s a lot of story going on in these pages. It follows the lives of two people. Copywriter Nell is bored...
  • Kate
    Maybe I'm misremembering things, but I though the earlier books I read by Wendy Holden were wittier and edgier. This was bog standard chick lit. A decent enough light read over a hot weekend but missing the snark.
  • Bev Taylor
    what could possibly go wrog?! nell is left stranded at the altar and her best friend persuades - gang planks! - her to take advantage of her honeymoon suite which has already been paid for - by her sworn off men and unhappy in her job, she finds both at edenville where a colourful cast of characters await her as she becomes entangled in the lives of the locals and a man who is also lost, she finds she may be able to unblock all her dreams after a...
  • Charlotte
    After reading the description and then reading the first few chapters I was wondering if I were reading the right book. After the main story got underway, it was so frustratingly predictable you already knew what was about to happen 10 pages before you actually read it. I thought the characters were also very immature; Angela for instance, is a women past 50 and dresses like a teenager, and also acts like a teenager, Nell and Dylan both blaming e...
  • Tempest Wylde
    Wendy Holden is awesome. I loved her early stuff which was a bit more snarkier and a commentary on society and its mores. But this new selection of her last 3 re-branded books are a lovely comfy read. Its all good and I love to know that when I read her books I will enjoy it.
  • Lesley Halliday
    Really enjoyed this book it was a heart warming chick flick book. Well written good characters and a good old fashioned love story with a happy ending!