Having a Lovely Time - Jenny Eclair Reviews
Description:ISBN 0751536059 / Author: Jenny Eclair / Genre: Fiction / Meet the Dobsons and the Jamiesons: two ordinary families on the verge of a ... more
Having a Lovely Time - Jenny Eclair ... nervous breakdown. Joe Dobson left his wife and kids when his young girlfriend, Nina discovered she was pregnant. Now he feels like a clich and Nina feels like a drudge, swapping her wild nights out with friends for mild nights in wiping baby sick off the carpet. So when Joe announces that he's booked a week's luxury holiday in Italy, Nina is thrilled - until she realises Joe's kids Saul and Tabitha are coming along for the ride. Meanwhile Guy Jamieson is sure this will be his last family holiday; he plans to leave his wife Alice on his return. Guy is a high- powered advertising director, and Alice - with her elasticated skirts, inedible mince suppers and unshaven legs - just doesn't fit his image. But Alice has a secret plan of her own: to have another baby...Funny, smart and refreshingly honest, Having A Lovely Time is all about infidelity, jealousy, resentment, recriminations and, just occasionally, love.
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by - written on 16/02/06, updated on 16/02/06 (Very useful, 643 readings)
Much as I enjoy profound reading matter, occasionally I need something light for a change. Not so long ago Iíd have chosen a thriller but my interest in the motives of killers has dwindled to zero, now itís the description of human relationships - preferably of young(ish) Brits or Americans I turn to. Not that I have to apologise for my choice but I can always say that reading such literature gives me sociological insight into foreign societies and age groups to which I donít belong (any more). Jenny Eclairís ĎHaving a Lovely Timeí doesnít belong to the genre Chick Lit, a chick looks for Mr Right, and not to Hen Pen, either, a hen has found Mr Right and has ... Read the complete review
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