Here Come the Brides

Here Come the Brides None

  • Title: Here Come the Brides
  • Author: Bernard Glemser Geraldine Napier
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 427
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  • 652 Comments

  • Just fun, enjoyed all the more because it was a book I read and relished (in what I think was a condensed form) over 30 years ago, when I was in high school. It held up pretty well. Light and amusing--nothing deep, here.


  • a humourous account of the running of the Bridal gown industry, through the eyes of a female employee of a prominent Bridal Boutique. Describes the temperaments of the various brides, as well as the atmosphere of an industry always on the brink of a crisis.


  • I got this book more than 25 years ago in a second hand store. I have read it several times over the years and just found it in the attic again. Never threw it out. D'Arcy works in a department store at the bridal department. She is really good at handling all the silly, nervous, glamorous brides, the mothers-of-the-bride etc. But can she also handle Mr Kirkpatrick, who is one of the higher ups of the store and has his own view of the department and D'Arcy?This is a typical 60s story but I loved [...]


  • Read for a random little reading project (to be explained elsewhere/later). Surprisingly clever at times in the way interactions of humanity are depicted. Light and frothy, with just enough humor and insight to offset the cliches.


  • If this book had had a less predictable ending it would have earned a 5 rating. At least it held my interest until the last few pages. Cute book.



  • Cute and easy read about a twenty-something girl who works in the bridal department of a local department store.




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