Nadia Knows Best

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Headline Book Publishing, 2007 - Man-woman relationships - 439 pages
15 Reviews
Love is always just around the corner in a Jill Mansell novel - with a few surprises and a lot of humour on the way to happiness. When Nadia Kinsella meets Jay Tiernan, she's tempted, of course she is. Stranded together in a remote Cotswold pub while a snowstorm rages outside... let's face it, who would ever know? But Nadia's already met The One. She and Laurie have been together for years - they're practically childhood sweethearts and she still gets butterflies in her stomach at the sight of him. Okay, so maybe she doesn't see that much of him these days, but that's not Laurie's fault. She can't betray him. Besides, when you belong to a family like the Kinsellas - bewitchingly glamorous grandmother Miriam, feckless mother Leonie, stop-at-nothing sister Clare - well, someone has to exercise a bit of self-control, don't they? I mean, you wouldn't want to do something that you might later regret...

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I do like the ending. - Goodreads
Some areas of the plot went nowhere. - Goodreads
Also in the plot are Nadia's family members. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Ivy Deluca - Goodreads

The Premise Nadia Kinsella meets Jay Tiernan during a snowstorm where they're forced into spending the night together. In a non-sexual way of course. Of course she's tempted. But Nadia's already met ... Read full review

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User Review  - Ashleigh - Goodreads

I really enjoyed this because often in a chick-lit book a lot of things are overlooked, sometimes the family is overlooked and this really wasn't the case in this book. Nadia lives with her ... Read full review

About the author (2007)

Jill Mansell lives with her partner and children in Bristol, and writes full time. Actually that's not true; she watches TV, eats fruit gums, admires the rugby players training in the sports field behind her house, and spends hours on the internet Tweeting and marvelling at how many other writers have blogs. Only when she's completely run out of displacement activities does she actually write. Follow Jill on Twitter at @JillMansell.

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