The Wedding Themes

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The main theme of the novel is love and relationships, two ideas Steel often addresses in her work. Much of the main and secondary plots are developed around a search for love. Allegra thought she had found true love until she discovered Brandon's affair.

This discovery, however, is a good thing, for it allows her to break free of a stifling, cold, and unfulfilling relationship. She is then able to reap the bounty of true love with Jeff Hamilton, a man who supports her career choices and provides her with unconditional love. Through these two relationships, Steel illustrates how a good love match feeds the heart and soul while a poor match eats away at one's self-esteem and security.

In the subplot involving Hollywood stars Alan Carr and Carmen Connors, love is the great normalizer in their fast-paced, chaotic lives. Before they meet, they have successful careers that...

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