The Sixth Wedding - Elin Hilderbrand

The Sixth Wedding

By Elin Hilderbrand

  • Release Date: 2021-06-29
  • Genre: Fiction & Literature
Score: 4
From 1,329 Ratings


A postscript to the #1 New York Times bestseller 28 Summers – Jake McCloud returns to Nantucket for Labor Day weekend 2023, this time without Mallory. 


  • More please….

    By Ramsjrm
    I must say I was glad to have a bit more to read about the characters from 28 Summers. Loved the 1st book. 5 stars obviously, and I only limit this to 3 stars because of its brevity and lack of the happily ever after we all needed. The Sixth Wedding gave a nice ending for several storylines, but since our beloved Mallory was no longer with us, and Jake ending up with anyone else was always going to be second rate to their love story (in my opinion), I would have liked to get much more of Link & Bess… A sequel about them with a nice happily ever after would heal the would left by Jake & Mal not getting their fairytale ending. More please.
  • Not her best

    By SweeyPickles
    No plot.
  • So Heartwarming

    By Nanstad
    It was a quick lovely read letting us readers know what happens in Fray, Leland, Cooper, Jake and Bess and Link’s lives after Mallory is gone.
  • Ends too abruptly

    By Spomky
    I am a big fan of this author’s books and I loved 28 Summers. I was excited to see a sequel, but I’m disappointed. The story had great potential, but ended too abruptly. This could have been an awesome book!
  • Great Follow-up

    By DebraV
    28 Summers is one of my favorite EH books. The book ends so quickly and I felt many of the characters stories where unfinished. The Sixth Wedding finishes some of these stories.
  • There is definitely more.,.

    By Trom824
    Well, not exactly happy with the ending. Good read to see the reunion, but..
  • The Sixth Wedding

    By susnbro
    Loved this! Beautiful wrap up for 28 Summers.
  • Beyond Excellent. Short yet Powerful!

    By Diane Offutt
    You will not be sorry to read this short story. How wonderful it is to read about characters we loved, and hear how years later their lives unfolded. This is the second short story I have purchased by Elin and I am so happy I did. I love her novels for they touch on so many family and friends emotional issues. With this story about old friends getting together and questioning choices made years earlier, discussing love, loss, forgiveness; I can only describe this short story as powerful. Elin, please continue writing great novels, and short stories of all your beloved characters.
  • Cute…easy read

    By Boymom0527
    I loved 28 Summers…this was a cute. Too short though. In my opinion she could easily write a book about the remaining characters.
  • Loved it

    By Amy Egana Realtor