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A Girl Walks Into a Wedding: Your Fantasy, Your Rules

2.81  ·  Rating details ·  287 ratings  ·  61 reviews

Wedding fever creates plenty of opportunity for heat in Helena S. Paige’s sexy and funny A Girl Walks Into a Wedding—the interactive erotic novel in which YOU, the reader, make all the rules . . .

Your best friend is getting married, and she’s asked you to be her bridesmaid. So many decisions: for starters, do you ask the gorgeous but mysterious man you met online to come a

Paperback, 320 pages
Published May 27th 2014 by William Morrow Paperbacks (first published November 1st 2013)
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As you would expect with a choose-your-own-adventure style book, it's a very quick read. I read through several different scenarios, and honestly they were all cliche. The humor was lame and the characters were flat. Overall it was just ridiculous. ...more
Sonia Reppe
Mar 28, 2014 rated it really liked it
A chose-your-own adventure, written in 2nd-person. Chic-lit, but don't read it for plot. It's for immersing yourself in a fantasy with no consequences, complete with zany situations. A fast read. Oh, it's a dirty chose-your-own adventure! Which guy will you end up with?

(William Morrow sent me an advance copy give-away)
Ciahnan Darrell
Nov 18, 2020 rated it liked it
Shelves: erotica
An adult version of the Choose Your Own Adventure books that those of us in our thirties and forties encountered as children. The book is fun and easy, and just suggestive enough to make you feel like a femme fatale.
Ali (Ali's Bookshelf )
Feb 25, 2017 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2017-read
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Apr 16, 2014 rated it really liked it
A Girl Walks Into a Wedding: Your Fantasy, Your RulesHelena S. Paige

This book is written in the same style as those Choose Your Own Adventure books I adored when I was a kid. A GIRL WALKS INTO A WEDDING gives me the power to choose a completely different kind of adventure as an adult, though....

I really liked this concept. It works so well for a happy-right-now erotica romance story. The fact that I could go back and choose a different ending every time had me even more intrigued when I finished
Jun 18, 2014 rated it liked it
It's a Choose-Your-Own-Adventure romance novel!
It's not good, of course -- you never read choose-your-own-adventure books (or romance novels) for the plot. The writing's thin and cliched. But there are myriad paths to go down, and so many people to sleep with. Could it be better? Of course. But it's entertaining for what it is (if highly descriptive in its scenarios -- the writers are much better at writing sex scenes than my college roommate and I were when we tried our hands at the genre).
Nick Jones
Jan 23, 2020 rated it it was ok
Shelves: fiction
I'm clearly not the intended audience for the A Girl Walks Into A series, but it turned up amongst a bunch of other Choose Your Own Adventure books in a search and I figured it'd make for an amusing read. Unfortunately, it was less amusing even than the authors intended it to be, the deliberate humor in it falls flat at every juncture and it's too dull for a "so bad it's good" level of funny. To the extent that it functions as a CYOA book it's wobbly, with choices generally only representing a b ...more
Cubswin Series
Jul 07, 2019 rated it it was ok
This book could have been a lot better. There are quite a few choices in the book where you do not get to do the choice that you selected. For example, if you choose to go to the wedding alone, you are still thrown together with some guy. If going to the wedding alone is not possible, why is it even given to you as a choice? Similarly, if you choose to have your own room at the wedding, they run out of rooms and you have to share with a guy anyway. Why even have the option of asking for your own ...more
Sara Goldsmith
Jan 01, 2019 rated it did not like it
Shelves: dnf-list
I hated this book. Yes you do get to choose your own adventure but I feel like there where choices the reader should have been given instead of the author choosing for you. The reader should be able to choose to kiss the boy and the sexual thoughts went to far. If these had been a choice it would have been different but just because you go to a wedding with someone does not mean you are going to kiss them or want to have sex. I DNF this book. I don’t enjoy books with sexual content and I feel li ...more
Anna K
Jul 17, 2017 rated it did not like it
I picked up this book on a whim, thinking it would be like a grown-up choose your own adventure. In some ways, it was like that, but overall this was really just a terrible book. There weren't as many choices as in the children's CYOA.. and there was no story line... just erotic smut. I would have preferred a little character developement, and maybe some actual story and adventure. I'm surprised I actually made it to an ending.. even though it only took 45 minutes or so. ...more
Nov 01, 2019 rated it did not like it
Really disappointing. I was looking forward to this thinking I would have to make loads of decisions during my best friend’s wedding!! I wanted to make decisions I would actually make in real life but it’s just impossible. When the choices are do you have sex with this guy right now or in a minute there’s not much choice at all! Don’t read this if you actually like cheeky chick-lits because you will be disappointed!
Sam Bratton
Sep 27, 2017 rated it did not like it
I understand why this was at the dollar store.
Oct 17, 2017 rated it did not like it
Feb 07, 2018 rated it liked it
Bolehlah sebagai selingan in between Paulo Coelho's heavy style. Bought this at the BBW so yeah, it's a fun book. Warning : Mature content for Malaysia's read. ...more
Feb 08, 2019 rated it did not like it
Fantasy failed
Mar 17, 2017 rated it it was amazing
This book was a great read, but it went by fast!
Helen. S. Paige a pseudonym of authors Paige Nick, Helen Moffett and Sarah Lotz brings A girl walks into a wedding: a create your own destiny novel, this has been the first book I've read in this category, so I found the layout of interactive manner of the author and reader unique.
The plot of the book surrounds the wedding of your best friend, as the reader, you are her bridesmaid and at the decisions at the wedding presented, as the reader you are at a crossroad to which option presented by the
Jul 04, 2016 rated it really liked it
Picked this up from a book fair on a whim. I love the concept! Coincidentally there are two weddings I've been invited to this month, and this was a fun way to allay the anxiety. To be honest I had low expectations for this, and was expecting generic smut, but I was happy to find that the smexy scenes are pretty hot (I've seriously read worse published erotica), and the characters are 2.25D (just a notch above being completely flat, but of course not even close to becoming rounded). There's were ...more
Carol Evans
Apr 18, 2014 rated it really liked it
Shelves: romance, advance-copy
A Girl Walks into a Wedding is just a purely for fun chick-lit style book. The scenes are a little cliché, the characters not well-developed but who cares? The plot is not the point, the point is escapism, entertainment. Your best friends getting married and you get to make a lot of choices along the way, some to do with the wedding, but most having to do with the men around. My first path led me to a night Paris, which was a pretty good start. Then, of course, I started over, taking other optio ...more
Mar 31, 2014 rated it liked it
***SPOILERS***I enjoy these kind of books but this time this one just went by to fast. If you decided to go to the wedding without a date you meet a guy in a bar and from there it barely escalates and then it's over the end you don't even find out what happens at the wedding. I don't know if I'm disappointed because I chose to read that first or if it was just that bad. I did get this book from the author after entering a giveaway and I'm thankful for that but if you don't want to be disappointe ...more
Apr 11, 2014 rated it liked it
Shelves: avon-addict, 2014
I was fortunate to receive a digital copy of this book from the Avon Romance team for a review. The nostalgic idea behind this book had me enthralled with the story until my choices led me to an abrupt ending. I was disappointed that my ficticious promiscuity was lacking in depth. Who am I kidding? It was fun. Refreshing. Much like an anthology where it was quick to the point without droning on about building a character's back story. I liked that I could finish a trail, put it down for somethin ...more
Jun 22, 2014 rated it liked it
"a girl walks into a wedding" is one of the most unusual books I have ever read. I absolutely loved all the options I had. Some of the options I picked were better than others but it was never the same. If you didn't like what you picked you can go back and it changes the whole story. Jack was my favorite! A hot pilot taking me to Paris who could resist. The story ended a little to soon for me so I went back and changed the whole story with the different options. It was a fun book and I would li ...more
Aug 14, 2014 rated it liked it
Shelves: erotica, 2014
When I read that this book is basically a choose your own adventure for adults, I had to check it out. Although it's a little too he did this and she did that, it was still kind of cute and entertaining. Nothing too deep, thought-provoking or serious. This erotic romp offers a variety of options which often left me wanting to read more so I could learn more about the characters. Did her one night stand in Paris turn into more? I don't know, it ends there! Not much more to say. Not much to the bo ...more
Andrea Lepe
Nov 25, 2014 rated it it was ok
I gave this book a 2 because I hated it. The intended audience is adults because it is to inappropriate for my grade. When I read the blurb I said to myself this is going to be a good book. It turns out when I got to the middle it got too inappropriate. The thing that I did like was that she puts you in the place of the main character. One thing I did not like was that at the end of the chapter it said if you want this go to page 56. This book was really boring for me because I was confused most ...more
Christina Racich
Jun 03, 2014 rated it liked it
This was a quick and fun read. I have never read a book where I could choose where I wanted it to take me! I was able to choose where my erotic path ventured to, and who I would be doing it with. I expected a little bit more, but considering I have never experienced anything like this so I have nothing to compare it to. I give this fun and adventurous book 3 stars.
Jul 18, 2014 rated it liked it
I won this book for free through a Goodreads giveaway.

A choose your own adventure with an erotic twist. I made sure to read every available option, and followed every different choice. Even though I made sure to finish the book, it was only just ok. The different paths just made me realize "I" am a sex fiend that makes horrible decisions. The sex scenes were good though.
Jime Cuello
Ok, i think this is not the best but it has something that makes me keep reading, thanks to Izamari, I bought this one so i don't like the thing that in some occasions really bad things happen, so i rather not be humiliated. Hope some people find this entertainment. ...more
Hani Yahaya
It's written in 2nd-person and it's the second time I read this kind of book. It's a choose-your-own adventure style book. So, it is up to you to choose how's your story going to be like. And trust me, it's a very quick read - I even read through several different scenarios! ...more
Lucie Lu's Book Reviews
Your Rules, Your Choices, Your Story.
These types of books are a great idea, but unfortunately Girl walks into a Wedding did nothing for me. I read different alternatives but it still left me wanting something more. I think I will pass on these types of books in future.
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