The One You Really Want - Jill Mansell Reviews
Description:ISBN 0755332504 / Author: Jill Mansell / Genre: Fiction
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by - written on 18/03/10 (Very useful, 200 readings)
'The One You Really Want', written by Jill Mansell in 2004 is a book I was given by a friend who was having a clearout. Seeming as though it was going to be a bit of a light-hearted chick-lit, I was looking forward to a relaxing read. The back cover of the book told me it was about Nancy, who suspects her husband is cheating on her, Carmen (Nancy's best friend) who gave up on love after being widowed, and Mia - a young girl who has just arrived to live in London with her single dad. It sounded like a fun read with three main characters all with a story to tell. Rather than there being three main female characters however, I felt that Nancy and Carmen were more ... Read the complete review
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