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I’ve actually done it! I’ve kept up my diary for over a year.

I may not have grown very much spiritually, nor have I been hailed as the next British supermodel, but I have gained a fiancÈ, even if he is football mad. And to cap it all, I weigh half a stone less than I did this time last year.

Welcome back to Theodora’s world. Now a bit older but not much wiser, thirty-something Theodora Llewellyn begins her second year as a diarist. And as usual, the results are endearing, hilarious and delightfully human.

Joy, bliss, ecstasy! Have just tried my holiday clothes on and they are actually too big! What a fabulous excuse to go and buy some new ones. Unfortunately, bank account doesn’t agree. Saving to get married is such a nuisance.

In her search for life, love and a plentiful supply of chocolate, Theodora discovers that the course of true love never runs smoothly, especially when a voice from the past precipitates a crisis. But fear not – Theodora’s humor and wit are up to the challenge. In the end, just one question remains unanswered: Exactly how much vitamin C is there in a chocolate orange?

About the Author

Penny Culliford attends her local Anglican church, which bears no resemblance to Saint Norbert's. The author of Theodora's Wedding and Theodora's Diary, she likes chocolate, TV sitcoms, and unexpected acts of kindness. She dislikes celery, stick insects, and people who take themselves too seriously. She lives in Kent, England, with her husband and children.
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Product Details

  • Series: Theodora (Book 2)
  • Paperback: 304 pages
  • Publisher: Zondervan (October 23, 2003)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0310250390
  • ASIN: B0046LUNQK
  • Product Dimensions: 7.7 x 5 x 1.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,060,198 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Penny Culliford attends her local Anglican church, which bears no resemblance to Saint Norbert's. The author of Theodora's Wedding and Theodora's Diary, she likes chocolate, TV sitcoms, and unexpected acts of kindness. She dislikes celery, stick insects, and people who take themselves too seriously. She lives in Kent, England, with her husband and children.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By K. Alphs on January 3, 2005
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This is the second book in the Theodora series by author Penny Culliford.
Be sure to read the first book "Theodora's Diary" before you begin this one.
Once again, we look into the hilarious life of Theodora Llewellyn from the pages of her diary.
During her second year of keeping a diary, Theodora has gained a fiance.
However, the course of true love never runs smooth and one question boggling Theo's mind is, "Just exactly how much Vitamin C is in a chocolate orange?"
The novel is full of British wit and humor in the format of "Bridget Jones Diary" but with a Christian flavor.
It has been said that "laughter is the best medicine" and that can certainly be said of "Theodora's Wedding."
Grab your chocolate bar, curl up in your favorite armchair and enjoy!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Camy Tang on March 26, 2005
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This sequel to "Theodora's Diary" is still saturated with dry British humor, but with a major change in cast. The loss of two major characters is not quite made up for by the colorful new Vicar, but the new character is vibrant, unexpected and perfect for the atmosphere of the story.

The main character Theodora seems to have become less shallow in this book, delving into deeper questions and more inner searching. It makes for a more emotional read than the first book.

Despite the differences when compared to the first book, this is still highly entertaining and a rollicking good read. Many of my friends who didn't really like the first book enjoyed this one very much.
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When I finished Theodora's Diary, my first thought was "Great book, I want more." Lucky for me, I had already placed my interlibrary loan and this book reached me in two weeks. I finished it in two days. This book deals mainly with Theodora's relationships with her new vicar, her new boss at her job, and of course her upcoming wedding with Kevin. I liked the introduction of the new characters especially the vicar, who does not fit into the typical ideal of a priest and gets into conflict with the uptight Jeremiah. Theodora's adventures, no matter what she does, are always exciting. Just having the deal with the people she meets and how she reacts to them is worth reading about. The scene she has with Declan, and the events that follow afterwards, are so typical of guys. And then they think they've done nothing wrong and it's all the girl's fault!

I loved reading this book. The characters were hilarious and totally relatable (well most of them). Looking foward to reading the next book, if it ever gets returned from the library...(whoever has it, it's overdue!)

My only complaint is I have no idea what on earth a bludgie is. A little help, anyone?
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By M. C. Frank on January 8, 2009
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i loved this one as much as the first in the series. sometimes it was even better. realistic, funny, but also deeply spiritual, i found that it had to teach me quite a lot about relationships, mistakes and God's grace that can right them all as soon as we have learnt our lesson.
it also includes a lot of wedding stuff (for those who love weddings like i do)
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