Nadia Knows Best
Publish date: August 1st 2003
Publisher: Headline Book Publishing
Pages no: 440
Edition language: English
This book was all over the place. There is cheating, bigamy, sudden deaths, pregnancy, insta-love sort of, male models, art, fathers, daughters, sort of daughters. The whole thing made my head spin. I maybe needed a flow chart by the end of this book to figure out how the hell everyone knew each oth...
Very very end: ended on a high note. A four star min, that scene there. Majority of book was spent dragging and muddling through the issue. Some interesting plot points, but nothing major or truly transformative. Overall: meh.
I love Jill Mansell.This is going to sound like a negative, but it is not: If you have read one Jill Mansell book, you have read them all.Seriously, they are all well written, the sex is always behind the closed door, there is always a village of characters (in all senses of the world), and they ar...
A nice, warm fairy-tale for grown-ups :)
First off, I enjoyed this book immensely. This story is about more than Nadia and her romantic issues, it’s about her whole family and told from the varying viewpoints of her and her two sisters Claire and Tilly. Each character is distinct and the author does an amazing job of describing each sist...