Don't Want to Miss A Thing

Don't Want to Miss A Thing

eBook - 2013
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He knows all about women, or so he thought ... -- -- Kirkus "Humorous, sometimes poignant ... Her breezy style resembles that of Sophie Kinsella or Helen Fielding ... readers will be delighted."---- Fresh Fiction "Jill Mansell has never let me down and she delivers once again ... had me laughing and smiling from beginning to end."--
Publisher: Naperville, Illinois : Sourcebooks Landmark, an imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc., 2013
ISBN: 9781402283956
1402283954
9781402283949
1402283946
Branch Call Number: PR6063.A395 D66 2013x
Characteristics: 1 downloadable text file

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LyndaCole
Oct 28, 2017

My first from Jill, really enjoyable. I love heart warming stories.

mmg2681 Jul 13, 2014

A fun, light-hearted read that kept me smiling and wanting more. I want a part II!

Suzanne T Wagner Jul 07, 2014

A confusing and overall boring soap opera novel...

RegeniaS Jun 12, 2014

My first experience with Jill Mansel and I definitely want to read more from her. I <3 chicklit!

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DutchieRenske
Nov 13, 2013

It's a good chicklit! You think you know what's going to happen, after 50 pages, but there's more to the story!

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booktigger
Jul 08, 2013

Another gentle brit chick lit read from Jill Mansell.

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RegeniaS Jun 12, 2014

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RegeniaS Jun 12, 2014

If you like English romance novels, you will love this! A modern Pride and Prejudice, the characters are real, funny and engaging. A grand total of 55 chapters written across 418 pages, make sure you set aside some time for this delightful novel. The descriptions, characters, and dialogue are classically British and easily sweep you into their world. A great beach/ summer vacation read that's light hearted and sweet.

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