• An Island Wedding

  • A Novel
  • By: Jenny Colgan
  • Narrated by: Eilidh Beaton
  • Length: 12 hrs and 26 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (134 ratings)

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An Island Wedding

By: Jenny Colgan
Narrated by: Eilidh Beaton
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Publisher's Summary

New York Times bestselling author Jenny Colgan brings us a delightful summer novel that will sweep you away to the remote Scottish island of Mure, where two very different weddings are about to take place…

On the little Scottish island of Mure—halfway between Scotland and Norway—Flora MacKenzie and her fiancé Joel are planning the smallest of "sweetheart weddings," a high summer celebration surrounded only by those very dearest to them.

Not everyone on the island is happy about being excluded, though. The temperature rises even further when beautiful Olivia MacDonald—who left Mure ten years ago for bigger and brighter things—returns with a wedding planner in tow. Her fiancé has oodles of family money, and Olivia is determined to throw the biggest, most extravagant, most Instagrammable wedding possible. And she wants to do it at Flora's hotel, the same weekend as Flora's carefully planned micro-wedding. 

As the summer solstice approaches, can Flora handle everyone else's Happy Every Afters—and still get her own? 

©2022 Jenny Colgan (P)2022 HarperCollins Publishers

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Love the storyline

That was another really lovely installment in the life of Mure and its inhabitants. I so hope the next book will bring back Saïf to the Island and they will finally be happy with Lorna.

As for the narration, it got better I think half way through the book when the narrator got more comfortable with it because for the first half, I thought I'd have to drop the audio and pick up the book. It was so annoying to listen to the exaggerated voices and it sounded so much like a reading and less like a natural conversation between people when Flora and Lorna were talking. Nobody talks like that! I did like that she took on the Scottish accent though, that was nice. By the end of the book, the narrator had acquired an ease that was so much lacking at first. Made me wonder if it was her first time narrating!

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Great continuation of the Muir Island series!

When is the next one coming out! Looking forward to hearing what happens with several characters

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I do not like writing bad reviews- but I really enjoyed the early Mure books and this one - the narrator’s voice and inflection just made the characters seem so petty & base - I honestly cldnt even tell if it was the book or just the narrator. I painstakingly listened through bc I felt invested in the characters but it was not worth the pain. Wish I hadn’t. Sorry. And like I said - I really liked the 3 before so …

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Don't waste your credit

The narrator went from terrible to completely irritating in this last installment of the Endless Beach series. She actually made it difficult to concentrate enough to hear the story, which is also disappointing. Really, Ms. Colgan, your characters deserve better and so do your readers. I'm trying to imagine why you would switch from the lovely narrator in the first 3 books to this simpering, cloying replacement. Did she want more money, or did she wisely refuse to read this rubbish? The new narrator couldn't even pronounce the Scots dialect correctly. I returned this book and should have returned the 4th one as well.

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Delightful Story

I’ve been following the story of Flora , her family & friends from the first book. The description of the island & the wonderful characters make Muir so realistic. I want to have a coffee and scone at the Seaside Cafe & chat with Flora.

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Loved this!

What can I say? Excellent series, characters, and storylines. I really enjoyed this book, and look forward to many more from this delightful author.

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It was Okay

I love this author and will continue reading any book she puts out, but this one was a disappointment for me. It felt like she didn’t really know what to do with her characters. So much was left unresolved and I’m not even referring to the big heartbreak at the end, but that too. For some reason I thought this was the last book, but I think and hope I’m wrong.

I really love the island of Mure and the characters, but kind of felt that there were so many and she struggled with giving each of them spotlight, which is okay and understandable. But some who were prominent had barely any lines from them. I would have liked more Isla and Constantine since we were just introduced to them. I also felt like Lorna has become one note and is honestly an exhausting character. I felt the situation at the end was needless drama to be honest. And made her character just unbearable. Flora was also a bit meh this time around too. I felt like there just wasn’t enough story. I hope there is another, but in the meantime I will go back to the magic of the first few books and re-read them. If you’re a fan of the series I still suggest reading it, but it just wasn’t a favorite for me.

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great book

As usual, Colgan is funny, deep, keeps you guessing and reading and makes you cry as well. Love this series.

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Jenny’s Magic

I waited for thiS book for a long time. Jenny Colgan does not disappoint. Magical, mystical, romantic.