Wedding Season

Paperback $12.95

Broadway Books | Mar 23, 2004 | 352 Pages | 5-3/16 x 8 | ISBN 9781400051458

  • Paperback$12.95

    Broadway Books | Mar 23, 2004 | 352 Pages | 5-3/16 x 8 | ISBN 9781400051458

  • Ebook$9.99

    Crown | Mar 31, 2010 | 352 Pages | ISBN 9780307549105

  • Audiobook Download$17.50

    Random House Audio | Jul 26, 2005 | 645 Minutes | ISBN 9781415922170

Praise

David Gates
Long after Darcy Cosper’s sure-handed Wedding Season has its irresistible way with you, you remember her people—particularly the cantankerous, vulnerable, hypersmart Joy Silverman. Cosper has a faultless ear for their talk and a sharp comic eye for their vagaries. But what ultimately sets it apart from other contemporary novels of urban manners is her tough-minded affection for [her characters] as they navigate their seductive, scary passages from full-of-beans young adulthood to fully adult life.
— author of Jernigan, Preston Falls, and The Wonders of the Invisible World

Dani Shapiro
If Jane Austen and Candace Bushnell were to meet for a long drink in a downtown bar, the delightful result might be a contemporary comedy of manners with a decidedly old-fashioned feel. Darcy Cosper has given us just that: a sweet and sharply funny concoction that will have all bridesmaids everywhere nodding their heads in recognition.
— author of Family History

Jonathan Ames
Everybody is doing it in this book—getting married, that is. Wedding Season is a glorious depiction of the battle between the sexes (and the same sexes); it is a gem of a novel, sparkling with heart and wit and humor.
— author of What’s Not to Love?

Gary Shteyngart
Wonderful…Wedding Season is social comedy on a grand scale. A hilarious and urbane primer on getting hitched—or not—in the twenty-first century.
— bestselling author of The Russian Debutante’s Handbook

Mary-Beth Hughes
With Wedding Season, Darcy Cosper takes on the puzzle of love with such sweet, sly, lusty, whole-hearted brilliance, the eternal questions seem newly sprung, and deeply, beautifully answered. Noel Coward would blush with pleasure.
— author of Wavemaker II

Lisa Lerner
I adored Wedding Season. Not only is it a delight to read, with some of the sweetest, smart-talking characters I’ve encountered in a long while, it contains wonderful insights about the institution of marriage that are so revelatory I had to read them aloud to my One and Only. It’s very alive, very funny, and yet quite serious at its core.
— author of Just Like Beauty

Elizabeth Crane
Eloquent…refreshing…an engaging meditation on life and love, independence and vulnerability, Wedding Season defies expectations and does so with humor and heart. Darcy Cosper’s debut is entertaining and insightful, funny and bittersweet, and best of all, honest.
— When The Messenger Is Hot

Mike Albo
Wedding Season is super-funny, with a dizzying confetti-toss of characters. Just when you think you’d heard it all about single girls and their marriage anxiety, Darcy Cosper comes along and, with high-energy humor, intensity, and some serious thinking, reaches deep into the subject of modern love.
— author of Hornito: My Lie Life and The Underminer

Lucinda Rosenfeld
Full of crackling dialogue and astute asides, Wedding Season is a witty romp through the Manhattan social maze.
— author of What She Saw… and Why She Went Home

Plum Sykes
Wedding Season will appeal to commitment-phobes and marriage addicts alike…a fun, bittersweet twist on the typical romantic comedy.
— author of Bergdorf Blondes

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