Celebrity Bride by Alison Kervin

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It's the celebrity wedding of the season...The news that Hollywood bad boy Rufus George is finally settling down has caused a media storm. Especially since his bride is a civilian - a nobody. Kelly Monsoon is a pretty, curvy theatre administrator. She never expected to meet a mega-star like Rufus let alone have him fall in love with her. And when Rufus asks Kelly to come and live with him, in his magnificent mansion, she feels like it's a fairytale come true. Only this Prince Charming comes with a 12-person entourage, a bevy of beautiful ex-girlfriends and the world's press camped on his doorstep. But when Rufus proposes Kelly accepts and the media interest in this new couple hits the roof. However, the small, intimate wedding Kelly always dreamed of is taking on Hollywood epic proportions...Rufus's manager is trying to book Buckingham Palace for the wedding reception and all Kelly's mum wants to know is where to buy a nice hat. It's a clash of cultures: British versus American, celebrity versus civilian - with poor Kelly stuck in the middle, not knowing where she belongs. Will this celebrity bride ever make it up the aisle?

About Alison Kervin

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Alison Kervin is an award-winning freelance writer and journalist and was the Chief Sports Interviewer for the Daily Telegraph newspaper, producing a regular weekly sports interview for the Saturday edition of the paper. Alison has written eight highly-acclaimed books including two previous novels, The Wag's Diary and A Wag Abroad.
Published May 25, 2010 by Ebury Press. 384 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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