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Queen of Babble Gets Hitched (Queen of Babble #3)

3.83 of 5 stars 3.83  ·  rating details  ·  23,409 ratings  ·  724 reviews
Big mouth. Big heart. Big wedding. Big problems.
Things are looking up at last for Lizzie Nichols. She has a career she loves in the field of her choice (wedding gown restoration), and the love of her life, Jean-Luc, has finally proposed. Life's become a dizzying whirl of wedding gown fittings-not necessarily her own-as Lizzie prepares for her dream wedding at her fiance's
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Published July 1st 2008 by Books on Tape (first published January 1st 2008)
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Update 10/25 - still awesome!

This is the third and last book in the series about "Queen of babbles" and I loved this one. The second book ends in with a cliffhanger and this one picks up where that one left off. However, you can easily read this as a stand-alone novel as well. The story is a classical tale on the theme "insecure girl meets perfect guy – but is he really perfect?".

Lizzie Nichols is a wonderful heroine who works with restoring wedding gowns. She is sincere and truly nice but inse
Aug 15, 2008 Amanda rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Chicklit fans/Cabot lovers
Shelves: chicklit, funny, romance
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Meg Cabot's final book in her "Queen of Babble" series.

My biggest problem with this book- and the series in general- is that the first Queen of Babble book doesn't really belong with the last two books. It's as if Cabot just decided to use those same characters in two more books, but just chose to forget about the characterizations she set up in Book One. It's almost as if two different people wrote the books....

On the other hand, I like the heroine a lot. Lizzie Nichols is quite endearing, alt
Rachel (BAVR)
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First off, let me say that I only read this book because the book club I'm trying to get into picked this as their read this month. I am only sticking with the bookclub after this book, because the person hosting sent out an email apology for how bad this book is. So I know I'm not going to be surrounded by women gushing about this stupid book.
Aaaagggggghhhh! Awful book. In the beginning I could only stand to read this one chapter at a time. As I got closer to the end, I read a big chunk at once
I read through this book critiquing (Silently, of course...After all, who am I to criticize...Have I written a novel yet?) the characters, writing and lack of tension/surprise/interest in the plot. Yikes!
The second and third book in the series were awful!! She totally ruined the romance of the first one...

It's as if Jane Austen decided to write Pride and Prejudice II and III and by the end of the third book had Mr. Darcy being a real prick, had Elisabeth and Mr. Bigley secretly in love with each other and getting married, and dear Jane become a lesbian. It would spoil the story, wouldn't it?

So please authors, if you don't know how to develop a love story, don't go ruining it to sell more books..
Linnea McGowan
If you didn't believe me before... believe it now - I'm a sucker for a Meg Cabot book! A very nice bit of fluff - a true summer read. I've totally added Chaz to my list of literary men that have ruined me for real men. I'm sorry, but remembering that stupid stuff, the "I like a side of ice with my wine" stuff, is totally romantic gold. I was actually just channel surfing the other night and saw Kevin James' (The King of Queens) stand-up routine... he was advising the men of the audience to remem ...more
Melannie :)
Okay, I'm over last episode of American Idol,
I think I can handle this review now...

I looooved this book! everything turned out the way I was hoping
but somehow it was all better than what I imagined,

the answers to previous questions and actions were smoothly stated
and Lizzie finally makes a decition, I love how much Lizzie grew as a character,
she stopped being that small town girl with a big mouth that wanted to marry someone
sooooo bad that she was gonna do it with someone she didn't love (oh y
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Again my suggestion is to stop at book number one.
Book number three goes beyond annoying. As I said in my review of book number two, I think the author should have left it at the happy romantic ending of book number one.
The last book of the series completely destroys the romantic hero of book number one, Luke, which had been already largely abused in book number two, making him a spineless jerk.
But then it goes way too far:


The author makes
Lizzie wakes up to the new year in the arms of..... Chaz! The streaming images of her memory flashes to the night before and the beard burn all over her face only confirms it! As if she isn’t surprised enough, who would happen to turn up on her doorstep, but Luke. And just like that he slips a huge rock on her finger and she gives Chaz the boot!

So, why does she get these warm tingly feelings whenever she thinks about Chaz, and she so conveniently breaks out in hives whenever she thinks about get
Meg Cabot, as you know, is the author of the Princess Diary series which were written for teenage girls. This book is supposed to be written for adults and I was curious to see how well Meg Cabot made that transition. Unfortunately, not so well. The characters are older but their mentality is just as young. I kept wondering why this young woman who is the main character was so clueless about herself. I realize it's because she is still writing as though the character is adolescent instead of adu ...more
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Did not finish. Didn't even skim. Blah!
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Well, I am sick enough to skip classes for a couple of days, and too groggy to read anything of substance. So I chose this trilogy because Meg Cabot has proven to be someone who writes just that - books with no substance. I needed something light and brainless, and that's what I got. In that sense, it was good...Well, adequate.

I'm giving it two stars because Cabot's main characters are indistinguishable from each other - Lizzie in these books is exactly like what's-her-name in 'size 14 is not fa
It's been a year now, and I'm STILL TRYING TO FINISH IT! Why is this book so much harder to read than the other ones? LOVED the second book. Could not put it down. But this one? It just seems so....unnecessary. Just when I start to think she may have a brain under all that hair, and maybe even a spine under those spanks, she goes and says yes to the french phoney.

SHEESH....I'll update my rating/review when I can bring myself to FINISH the damn thing....
I'm slightly embarrassed I read this book, it was very very silly and I found the main character annoying. I should say skim read rather than read as it didn't hold my attention much. I liked Meg Cabot's Princess Diaries series when I was younger and was curious to see what her more adult themed books were like - conclusion not worth it..
I didn't like this book at all, which was a pity because I've read a couple of Meg Cabot's other books and I've enjoyed them immensely.

This one, unfortunately, took too long to get going and I didn't find the main character sympathetic.

This will not prevent me from looking out other Meg Cabot books, however!
Mina Singh
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Really cute. I hope there's a 4th to this series.
I've already mentioned how I feel about the sequels to Queen of Babble , and this, the third book in the series, is no exception. I mean, it's nice to read more about Lizzie, and to have some finality to the story. But I didn't really think this book was all that interesting. Sharri wasn't in it enough, Ava was pointless until the end, Chaz was (understandably) a dick, and Luke... This book (well, and the previous, kind of) ruined the too-perfect guy from the first book. I'd definitely recommend ...more
Georgiann Hennelly
Lizzie Nichols life is finally looking up she has the career she always wanted restoring old wedding gowns and Jean-Luc the love of her life has finally proposed.Life has become a whirlwind of wedding gown fittings not her own - as Lizzie is trying to prepare for her dream wedding in the south of France at her fiances familys chateau.Except the fiances best friend Chaz doesn,t exactly support the idea of them getting married he thinks Jean only proposed because he doesn,t want to be alone and Li ...more
The book will be officially released on June 24, 2008. I got an advanced copy for free when I went to TLA (Texas Library Association).

This is the third installment in a series (after Queen of Babble and Queen of Babble in the Big City) featuring Lizzie Nichols. The book starts with Lizzie having spent the night with Luke’s (Lizzie’s ex-boyfriend) best friend Chaz. However, Luke suddenly reappears and asks Lizzie to marry him, she consents. Most of the book is devoted to this love triangle and
Nikki Finn
Poslední díl ze série Úspěšné smolařky mám úspěšně za sebou a s klidným svědomím mohu říci, že když jsem četla první díl, nenapadlo mne, že by takto mohla celá trilogie skončit. A víte co? Jsem velmi ráda, že to dopadlo právě takto.
Musím připomenout, že druhý díl byl pro mne spíše zklamáním, za to se autorka vytáhla ve finále. Velká část knihy patřila jako vždy Lizzie a tentokrát Chazovi. To je tak příjemný kluk. Docela často jsem se smála jeho hláškám a názorům, měla chuť ho občas praštit i ob
Anyta Sunday
3.5 actually.

I thought I'd end up skim reading this one, but actually, I got sucked right into it and enjoyed myself a lot. Fun. Entertaining, light read. I liked it better than the middle book Queen of Babble in the Big City.

I enjoyed the first book and this one most. However, I have some problems with it as a series, because to me the Luke in book one is NO WAY the same Luke as in book three. There is just absolutely no way the Luke we learned to love in book one and the way he supported Lizz
The vacillating between Luke and Chaz at the beginning of this book went on waaaay too long, in my opinion. (Also, I could not read the name Chaz without thinking about how the girls on Go Fug Yourself use the name Chaz as a synonym for douchebag, which was pretty distracting since he plays such a major role in this book.) It seemed like most of the action in this book took place in concentrated bursts. (I know when it rains it pours, etc., etc., but are we really supposed to believe that Lizzie ...more
Elizabeth F
Satisfying end to the trilogy. I recommend starting with the first book. Fun summer reads - in August or February!

Chapter Heading Quotes:

"To keep your marriage brimming,
With love in the wedding cup,
Whenever you're wrong, admit it;
Whenever you're right, shut up."

--Ogden Nash, American Poet

"A successful marriage requires falling in love many times, always with the same person."

--Germaine Greer

"There is nothing nobler or more admirable than when two people who see eye to eye keep House as man and w
Beginning moments afer the end of Queen of Babble in the Big City , Lizzie Nichols finds herself suddenly engaged to Luke, while trying to figure out what to do with Chaz (having the honor of being both Luke's best friend and Lizzie's best friend's ex-boyfriend), who is still asleep up in her apartment. Unsure of her feelings for Chaz (and relatively certain "nothing happened" as she is still in her Spanx), Lizzie begins to prepare for a French wedding and the eventual meeting of her midwestern ...more
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Librarian note: AKA Jenny Carroll (1-800-Where-R-You series), AKA Patricia Cabot (historical romance novels).

Meg Cabot was born on February 1, 1967, during the Chinese astrological year of the Fire Horse, a notoriously unlucky sign. Fortunately she grew up in Bloomington, Indiana, where few people were aware of the stigma of being a fire horse -- at least until Meg became a teenager, when she flun
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“Remember... life is short. Each moment you have is precious. Treasure every second. Don't spend them doing anything you don't love.” 102 likes
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