Item description for Taking the Plunge by Stacie Lewis...
"A touching and jaw-dropping account that makes a great case for elopement! It had me gripped!"-Trashionista
Taking the Plunge is a chronicle of the turbulent events leading up to the author's wedding. Originally written for the website www.weddings.co.uk, the work received an enormous response, with hits to the site more than doubling to 25,000 each day. Thousands returned each week to read Stacie Lewis' reports from the frontlines, and she gained a huge following of readers-all experiencing similar problems.
Stacie Lewis writes regularly for several publications, including weekly articles for the Detroit News.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.64" Width: 5.04" Height: 0.63" Weight: 0.35 lbs.
Release Date Mar 1, 2008
Publisher Snowbooks Ltd.
ISBN 1905005458 ISBN13 9781905005451
Availability 0 units.
More About Stacie Lewis
Originally from Detroit, Stacie Lewis moved to London to study, where she met and fell in love with a Welshman called Gareth. She has written for several publications including weekly articles for the Detroit News.
Reviews - What do customers think about Taking the Plunge?
funny but true Jun 26, 2008
This is a sweet account of a young woman's struggle to please everyone while planning her wedding. Anyone who has ever planned a wedding or were in a wedding can relate to this book. For those young women that are getting ready for the big day, this is a must read. Stacie was able to share her family and her adventures while keeping a good sense of humor about the trials and tribulations she faced. This book is an enjoyable look at planning a wedding and all that it entails.
Taking the Plunge Apr 28, 2008
This book is such a compelling read, I couldn't put it down. The author depicts the struggles a young bride can face, especially moving to a different country, stirring a range of emotions including elated, terrified, sad, funny, confused and loved. I imagine the mother-of-the-bride felt similar emotions as she struggled to let go of a daughter she loves. I think this book underscores the need for communication and understanding with everyone involved so rather than hurt, compassion and love reign the victors. I highly recommend this book.