The Nearly-Weds - Jane Costello Reviews
Description:ISBN 1847390889 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Jane Costello / Paperback / 400 Pages / Book is published 2009-03-02 by Pocket Books
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by - written on 14/07/11 (Very useful, 51 readings)
Zoe was all set to marry Jason - until he jilts her at the altar. Determined to get on with her life as best as she can, she heads to the States where she's landed a nanny job. Thanks to a slight change of plan regarding employers, she eventually finds herself working for hunky Ryan, who seems to have some serious mood swings and Zoe's accident prone nature doesn't help matters. It's not a great start to their working relationship and to make things that little bit worse, Jason gets back in touch just as Zoe is starting to get over him. Does he want to start again and could she ever trust him again? **MY THOUGHTS** I've previously enjoyed the books ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/10/09 (Very useful, 74 readings)
When Zoe is jilted at the alter by the person she thought she would spend the rest of her life with, she flees to America to rid herself of the pitying looks of those in her town. Taking on a job as a nanny, Zoe hopes to forget all about her thoughts of home and her recently left life. And the Miller family let her do just that. The two children, Ruby and Samuel, are the most precious things and instantly take a liking to their new nanny. Their single father, Ryan, on the other hand turns out to be a little more difficult to get on with. Absent from his children's lives for the majority of the day, a completely untidy house and an attitude that explains ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/03/10, updated on 19/04/10 (Very useful, 71 readings)
As many people who read my reviews will already know, I do enjoy reading. I buy quite a lot of books and I am really quite fussy about the state of books as which is why I much prefer to buy them brand new rather than second hand (yes I am a book snob!) and so when I recently popped into my local branch of the PDSA to have a look at the books I really didn't expect to find any that would match up to my high standards as of course they are all second hand but, I was pleasantly surprised to come across a fair few that were in reasonable condition. After realising it was only 99p for two books I set about deciding which to buy and eventually decided on this as one of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/06/12 (Very useful, 50 readings)
Your wedding day is supposed to be the best day of your life and it's a brides' presumption that the groom will be waiting at the church when you get there so it came as a big shock to Zoe that the love of her life has no intention of marrying her and instead jilts her at the alter. It's bad enough having to get through that day but life afterwards can be hard with all the sympathetic looks and people dashing away not knowing what to say. Zoe comes up with solution though - fly across the world to become a nanny and forget Jason even exists... but is it really that easy? Zoe gives up her day job, her house and her entire life to set off to this fancy life in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/08/13, updated on 22/08/13 (Very useful, 57 readings)
This book is chick lit at its best. Easy to read...funny...covers lots of serious issues and although a little predictable, keeps you reading on and on to find out what happens. Zoe has been jilted at the alter and you find out snippets of exactly why this has happened as the book progresses. She has been working in a nursery and decides to go off to America as a nanny to get herself as far away as possible from the gossip surrounding her own wedding day. Can't say I blame her! How awful it must be knowing everyone is talking about you and wondering why the groom didn't turn up for his own wedding day! So Zoe talks us through the ... Read the complete review
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