The show's producer said: 'Okay guys I'm going stop you there. We normally would do a bridesmaids reveal, but it's come to our attention that the secret appears to be out and the bridal party know about some of the plans for the wedding. So technically the bride wasn't told, she found out through email.
After storming off into the kitchen Yanis gathered himself and told Shanise the bad news on the phone, saying: 'It's not good It's not going ahead. The distraught bride-to-be broke down in tears and was comforted by friend and bridesmaid, Melissa pictured together. Shanise, in disbelief, asked: 'What the hell - what happens now? I need to know - is there a wedding or not? She was then left in tears after being told by producers: 'I know this is difficult but the rules have been broken and we are going to have to cancel this wedding.
A week later, the couple reflected on their time on the show and confessed they were 'heartbroken' and had found it hard to 'cope' with the aftermath of breaking the rules. Viewers were stunned by the history-making episode, with many taking to Twitter to discuss Shanise's behaviour. One commented: 'I feel sorry for him, because she couldn't just leave him to do it.
Why go on show if you are controlling you sabotage the whole thing,' another wrote. One said: 'She has no trust Another wrote: 'The bride has only got herself to blame for the wedding being cancelled, she checked her fiance's emails because she didn't trust him at all, she ruined her own wedding. The views expressed in the contents above are those of our users and do not necessarily reflect the views of MailOnline. Share this article Share. Share or comment on this article: Don't Tell The Bride viewers left horrified by 'controlling' bride who discovered secrets of wedding e-mail Comments Share what you think.
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The creepy factor is definitely higher in this book. Even though I've read the book before, I didn't really remember anything about it. I couldn't remember the details so it was enjoyable to read again. I wasn't kept at the edge of my seat and it was an easy read but I liked it enough.
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I will continue on with the series. As authors continue to write you can usually see growth and the books and writing get better. Hopefully this will hold true for the next three books in the Dark Secrets series.
Originally from my blog A Bookworm's Confessions Mar 21, Gabbi Calabrese rated it liked it. They were fast-paced, mysterious, and actually quite creepy! Legacy of Lies, the first book in this bind-up, was originally published in , and Don't Tell, the second book, was published in Keeping that in mind, the writing was different than what I'm used to. However, I will be reviewing it as normal. Both of the plots were interesting. They both had secrets and betrayal and subtle paranormal aspects, and that was cool.
The author did an excellent job of making you guess who is really responsible for all the bad things happening. While I'm happy the romance didn't overshadow the main story, I wish there was a little more depth to the relationships. It's not exactly insta-love, but in both the books the main character falls for the boy and we really don't know why.
I kind of feel like both of the stories could use more depth in general. I couldn't really connect to the characters and I didn't feel like I really got to know any of them. The writing wasn't bad but it was certainly lackluster. But really, the intrigue of the plot was what kept me interested. After I finished I could genuinely say I enjoyed the story, though I didn't emerge from the book with the characters in my heart and constantly darting through my mind. Both of these stories were quick, creepy, and pretty fun reads. I liked Don't Tell a little bit more than Legacy of Lies because it's creepier and the characters are certainly more interesting.
I'd recommend this bound edition if you're looking for something interesting yet doesn't require a deep emotional investment. Dec 03, Rants and Bants rated it really liked it Shelves: fantasy , ya , the-plot-hooked-me , sensitive-topics , mystery.
This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Not going to lie, this reminded me of those cheesy dramatic Lifetime movies from the 90s. But, they were my guilty pleasure. It was clear that she was just a disturbed girl. Chandler did a good job fooling me with Nick too. Boy, for most of the book he got on my nerves, then it all ended up being for a good reason in the end. Aunt Jule annoyed me a bit, but she was alright in the end too. It was also a little strange how calm Lauren was throughout all of this.
It would've been nice if Holly's ultimate secret could've been revealed to everyone else as well, and if we could really see the fallout of her and Frank's punishments. I felt like it ended too abruptly. And of course, the greatest character was the dog. As always. Funny thing is, the cop character in here actually called it a soap opera at the end too.
So writer has self-awareness of how soapy it is, and more power to her for that. My stories are probably going to be that way too. Aug 17, Eden rated it it was amazing Shelves: reviewed , books-to-buy , favorites. It's been seven years since Lauren has been to her Aunt Jule's home. It's been seven years since that terrible night when her mother was found dead, and Lauren's not sure if she is even ready to go back to the house.
But Lauren does and soon, she finds the same frightening things happening to her that happened to her mother before she died. Lauren is trying to figure out what really is going on, what really is happened to her mother and why it is not happening to her.
I read this due to loving the It's been seven years since Lauren has been to her Aunt Jule's home. I read this due to loving the first book in the series.
Unlike the first book, I think this one started out a bit slow, but it did eventually pick up and I really started to enjoy it. I was trying to figure out the whole time what was going on and why someone was after Lauren and who could it be? The book was definitely full of mystery, suspense and a bit of paranormal, which I thought all worked quite well together.
I was left guessing the whole time who could have been. It seemed that it really could have been any of them and I wasn't sure who to trust. Also, what a twist nearing the end! I wasn't expecting it at all.
Start by marking “Don't Tell (Dark Secrets, #2)” as Want to Read: Legacy of Lies (Dark Secrets #1) review. Elizabeth Chandler is a pseudonym for Mary-Claire Helldorfer. What really happened to Mother? Lauren has come home seven years after her famous mother's mysterious drowning. They said it was an accident, but the tabloids screamed murder. Her father, a senator, hadn't protected her. Aunt Jule was her only.
The book might have started out slow, but it turned out to be just as good as the first one and I'm definitely looking forward to reading the next book in the series. After seven years of terror, Lauren decides to visit her aunt, Jule, and her daughters Holly and Nora.
Seven years before Lauren's mom mysterious drowned in the lake near Jule's house. The only answer was there was 'She was drinking too much, fall in the water ,and drowned. Also when she visits Holly starts to be nice to Lauren then seven years ago. Lauren thought this was a good visit until she feels like she is After seven years of terror, Lauren decides to visit her aunt, Jule, and her daughters Holly and Nora.
Lauren thought this was a good visit until she feels like she is being watched.
The other scary thing is that wried accidents seem to happen to her. She doesn't know what's going on but she thinks she knows who is doing this. Don't Tell by Elizabeth Chandler is a well written book. The has amazing twist that no one saw coming. It is a page turner that makes you want to read on. It leads you to the who, and why the person would do a crime. But there is one question I have.
How did the person do the crime? Besides that, it was a terrific book. Oct 12, Chloe Chuan rated it liked it.