Girls in White Dresses (Unabridged)
by Jennifer Close
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Wry, hilarious, and utterly recognizable, Girls in White Dresses tells the story of three young women grappling with heartbreak and career change, family pressure and new love - all while suffering through an endless round of weddings and bridal showers. Isabella, Mary, and Lauren are going to be bridesmaids in Kristi's wedding. On Sunday after Sunday, at bridal shower after bridal shower, they coo over toasters, eat tiny sandwiches, and drink mimosas. They're all happy for Kristi, but they do have the ups and downs of their own lives to cope with. Isabella is working at a mailing-list company, where she's extremely successful, and wildly unhappy. Mary is in love with a man who may never love any woman as much as he loves his mother. And Lauren, a waitress at a midtown bar, finds herself drawn to a man she's pretty sure she hates. With blind dates and ski vacations, boozy lunches and family holidays, relationships lost to politics and relationships found in pet stores, Girls in White Dresses pulls us deep inside the circle of these friends, perfectly capturing the wild frustrations and soaring joys of modern life.
Please! I can't bear to listen one more minute! Maybe a different narrator would make it better? Not sure!
Girls in White Dresses
It is rare when I can't get through a book. I will stick it out to the bitter end, but this book became so annoying I simply had to stop listening. If whinny spoiled man obsessed mid twenties women interest you than get this book. I actually got grumpy and depressed listening to this book. I couldn't care less about any of the characters. Not one of them was interesting enough to remember as they ebbed and flowed in and out of each chapter. Boring and annoying.