Something You Should Know - Melissa Hill Reviews
Description:ISBN 1842231618 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Melissa Hill / Paperback / 517 Pages / Book is published 2003-06-01 by Poolbeg Press Ltd
Newest Review: ... I Forget', I thought I'd read a box set of Hill's to discover why people love her books so much. This one has a pretty ... more
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by - written on 24/01/10 (Very useful, 18 readings)
This is Hill's debut novel, and the reviews of it are fantastic. She is claimed to be one of the best chick lit writers, and compared to huge authors and favourites of mine. After being a bit disappointed with 'Before I Forget', I thought I'd read a box set of Hill's to discover why people love her books so much. This one has a pretty standard, and simple, storyline. Jenny is a lovely character, who is happily in a relationship with Mike. True love never runs smoothly, though, and her ex, nicknamed Roan the Rat, is out to ruin everything. This book is so full of twists and turns that it reads more like a mystery, but it keeps you on the edge of your ... Read the complete review
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