5 thoughts on “Wedlocked

  1. Locked, Loaded and Livid, but Lovely at the end.

    Rebecca Ross is sarcastic, witty, and hilarious with her dry humor. We meet her on her wedding night to Mr. Wrong. Rebecca goes back in time to explain exactly how she ended up in this horrific situation. Following her dreams and inspired by Grandma Emma, Rebecca flies from her comfortable middle class suburban nest to the hills of Hollywood.

    Her adventures there are full of ups and downs and include crazed roommates, sleazy agents, and a devilish m

  2. Her family, her friends, her groom, and the happiest day of her life…..really?…..Could have fooled Rebecca about the happiest day of her life. If her married life was going to be anything like her wedding day….well, she figured she made the biggest mistake of her life.

    Rebecca was a fun-loving, thirty something and wasn’t sure she ever wanted to be married, but there she was in her wedding dress and finding things out about her groom that she really didn’t want to know. At least her pre-mar

  3. Bonnie Trachtenberg is T-A-L-E-N-T-E-D! WOW! LOVED this one! This is a story that will have you smiling, frowning and everything in between!

    Rebecca. Now that’s a girl I can relate with. Trying to please others while still reaching for your dream. In the end, she had to settle for Craig. Not the man of her dreams, but someone who her mama is happy she married. But, Rebecca isn’t happy. She just married a man she knew next to nothing about. He sleep walks,he turns their honey moon in to a disaste

  4. Your wedding day is supposed to be one of the best days of your life. For Rebecca, it was the day she realized she’d just made the biggest mistake of her life and she is anything but the happy bride all her guests think she is. She finds out there’s a lot about her new husband she didn’t know, things he deliberately kept from her. Between the wedding and the honeymoon, Bonnie Trachtenberg takes the reader back in time to show what led to Rebecca’s awful decision, a ruined acting career and a bro

  5. When author Bonnie Trachtenberg penned her novel, Wedlocked, I don’t believe I was her target audience. Wedlocked is chicklit whose main character, Rebecca Ross is a Jewish American Princess from Long Island. On the other hand, I’m a football and rugby playing, cigar-smoking, whiskey-drinking middle-aged man who grew up in rural Iowa as a Protestant.

    Yet I found the writing sparkling and every page brought a little gift in the form of an enlightened observation, a well-crafted phrase or a funny

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