Don't Want to Miss a Thing
Dexter has always been a one-man-show, but fate is about to change everything Dexter Yates leads a ridiculously charmed existence in London. He's got money, looks, and girlfriends galore—until his sister dies, leaving him in charge of her eight-month-old daughter, Delphi. He knows nothing about... show more
Dexter has always been a one-man-show, but fate is about to change everything Dexter Yates leads a ridiculously charmed existence in London. He's got money, looks, and girlfriends galore—until his sister dies, leaving him in charge of her eight-month-old daughter, Delphi. He knows nothing about babies and has no idea how he'll cope. When Dex decides to move to the beautiful Cotswold village of Briarwood, he meets a lovely cartoonist named Molly Hayes. There's an undeniable connection between them, but is Dexter ready to leave his posh lifestyle behind him?
Publish date: November 5th 2013
Publisher: Sourcebooks Landmark
Pages no: 418
Edition language: English
It’s been a while since I’ve read a Jill Mansell book and after reading this one, I’m thinking that I need to pick up more books by her. This book hit all the right spots with me and I really enjoyed it. So this book is about Dexter Yates who is living the bachelor life and has no plans to leave ...
Now this was a pleasant surprise indeed. Somehow I've had in my head for a long time that I really can't stand Jill Mansell books, but I picked this one up to make up the numbers for a 3 for 2 deal, and absolutely loved it. I really enjoyed having the male and female points of view of a budding ro...
Once again I am in love with a Jill Mansell book! She always strikes the right balance--some sorrow & pain, love stories (but not sappy or overly done), and a LOT of humor! Her characters in Don't Want to Miss a Thing are once again spot on. Well-developed and loveable, every reader will identify wi...
As always you will get more than one HEA and that is why Mansell's books are so fun. I love the love in the air. Even side characters, that are truly on the side gets a HEA. But the book is about Dex and Molly. Dex is the womanizing partyboy (who I would not have liked if he had stayed like that)....
Sometimes you are just in the mood for a light, funny, improbable, quick read. These books fit the bill for that 100%. There is an added bonus that there is an almost stream-of-consciousness style to the storytelling so that you are never sure sometimes where the plot is going to lead or even who ...