Not What You Think - Melissa Hill Reviews
Description:ISBN 009948692X / Genre: Fiction / Author: Melissa Hill / Mass Market Paperback / 448 Pages / Book is published 2005-08-04 by Arrow Books ... more
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by - written on 05/02/10 (Very useful, 47 readings)
In the last few years Melissa Hill has fast become one of my favourite Chick Lit writers, and I think she has taken over Patricia Scanlan's spot as my favourite Irish author. I was hooked on her books when I first read The Last to Know, and am trawling through her back catalogue. Not What You Think is her second novel. Laura, Nicola & Helen have been best friends for years, although they are very different personalities. Laura is soft and sweet, preparing to take the plunge into running her own jewellery design business. Nicola is feisty and independent, working as a partner at a gym. Helen is a stylish single mum with a selfish streak. Laura is planning ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/01/10 (Useful, 8 readings)
This was one of the books in my 'Hill' box set, and having enjoyed the last two, I thought I'd see how different the storylines were. This book is about three friends, Nicola, Laura and Helen, but mainly features Nicola. Nicola's ex husband Dan is back on the scene with his new fiance Chloe, who is desperate to find out more information about Dan's history. Dan is very vague when talking to her, and refuses to tell her why they split up, so you can understand Chloe's frustrations. Chloe doesn't stop at questioning her husband to be, however, and soon beings questioning people and digging up secrets that have much wider spread consequences then she ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/04/09, updated on 25/08/11 (Very useful, 302 readings)
'Not What You Think' is the second book I have read by Irish writer Melissa Hill and it was every bit as good as the first. The story is about three women - Nicola, Laura and Helen - who have been friends for years. They have been through good times and bad but generally have been there for each other - or at least that is what you might think. The period in their lives when the story occurs sees them all looking forward to different opportunities and facing up to different challenges. Laura is about to marry her long time love Neil but is also setting up her own jewellery design business. More than anything though she wants to win the approval of her mother ... Read the complete review
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