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Enemy at the Wedding

(Sliding Sideways #3)

3.70  ·  Rating details ·  30 ratings  ·  5 reviews
A beautiful, idyllic setting… A happy bride and groom… And enemies lurking in the shadows, waiting to strike…

Lainey Parker is thrilled to be traveling to England with her boyfriend, Aiden Kinnear, to attend his cousin’s very fancy wedding—and also extremely nervous to be meeting Aiden’s mom for the first time. But the suspense of meeting the family is nothing compared to t
Kindle Edition, 226 pages
Published August 31st 2012 by Emily Senecal

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Jul 07, 2013 rated it really liked it
My opinion of "Enemy at the Wedding" shifted several times during the course of reading the book. I had read its predecessors "Strangers on This Road" and "Danger in Academia" back-to-back and was predisposed to like it based upon my enjoyment of those installments. I had given those books solid 4-star ratings, but didn't feel compelled to write a review until I was midway through "Enemy at the Wedding." I gave it a 4-star rating, but it's not a solid 4. Realistically, it's a 3.5.

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Carrie Bray
Jan 13, 2014 rated it really liked it
Okay so I get most of my books free and came across books 1-8 free somehow I read book two first and then went beck when I realized I had all eight,. So I started reading and couldn't put them down. I loved the books for the most part. The characters in books 1-4 are my favorite. Book 7 was a bit boring dealing with stolen id instead of murder, book eight took a few chapters to bring in some of the other characters. All of the books have major typing errors and need proof read, which is the only ...more
Nov 04, 2013 rated it liked it
I enjoyed this book, but the rating is more a 3 1/2 than a 4 (hence the 3.

I'm enjoying this series and seeing the characters develop, although at times, I still feel as though there needs to be more depth to them.

Now to start on book 4 in the series.
Carrie Garza
Dec 10, 2013 rated it really liked it
Entertaining romantic suspense. Totally inoffensive.
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Emily Senecal is originally from Davis, California, and continues to live in Northern California. Her first favorite books were "Anne of Green Gables" and "The Secret Garden," leading to a lifelong love of reading. She began writing novels in a dark period in her life, now fortunately ended, inspired by the much-battered Mary Stewart, Elizabeth Peters and Elizabeth Cadell paperbacks that have move ...more

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  • Danger in Academia
  • The Heartbroken Brides
  • Death on the Menu
  • The Night Ferry
  • The Missing Tourist
  • Beneath These Streets
  • Murder on Santorini
  • An Empty House
  • Saints and Enemies

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