To the Moon and Back
Publish date: 2011
Publisher: HEADLINE REVIEW
Pages no: 407
Edition language: English
Such a charming and adorable book! Yes, I could predict everything that was going to happen, but it was still such a fun & romantic read with characters I ended up loving.
Originally posted at Romance Around the CornerI’ve been meaning to read Mansell’s books for a while now. A couple of years ago someone gave me Millie’s Fling as a gift but it got buried under my huge TBR pile so I kind of forgot about it. Then my friend Jade over at Sort of Beautiful wrote a nice re...
Jill Mansell did another wonderful job of sucking me into the lives of the characters she created. In To the Moon and Back, we meet Ellie as she goes from living the life of a happily married woman to putting her life back together again as she loses the husband she loved so much.Mansell always does...
drey’s thoughts: While reading To the Moon and Back, I kept thinking in the back of my mind how I was going to classify it–was it a contemporary romance? Or chick-lit? I finally settled on both, because while this is quite the romantic read, it’s not just about the boy and the girl.In addition to be...
I know what I get when I read a book by Jill Mansell and I do like that. Since this one takes place in London the same quaint English village feeling is not there, but everything else is there.Ellie is happy and in love, but then her husband dies and everything changes. The book sure starts with a h...
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