Every wedding has its small disasters — bad catering, cash bars, lecherous uncles on the dance floor. But Tess and Gabe’s backyard nuptials have a bona fide whopper: an uninvited guest who really won’t forever hold her peace. The gas-masked ”terrorist of love” who bursts into their ceremony arrives in her own wedding dress with a military-grade arsenal and a serious vendetta. But against whom? Hostage situations are an odd vehicle for social satire, and Zeidner’s tone sometimes falters. It’s her insight into — and keen sympathy for — human foibles that supplies Love Bomb’s biggest impact. B+
WEDDING CRASHER In the novel, a ''terrorist of love'' invites herself to Tess and Gabe's wedding and wreaks havoc
Genre: Fiction; Publisher: Sarah Crichton Books
Posted October 5 2012 — 12:00 AM EDT
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