Thinking of You

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Sourcebooks, Incorporated, 2013 - Fiction - 424 pages
97 Reviews

USA Today Bestseller!

Are you in the midst of one of those "exciting" phases of life, like the eerily quiet empty nest...or the new job with the distractingly attractive, off-limits boss...or a wacky new roommate who isn't at all as advertised? What about all of those at once...

Is your life full of surprises? No? Well, what if it could be?

You may begin to think you're living someone else's reality. And maybe, that's not a bad thing...

International bestselling author Jill Mansell spins a poignant and funny story of mothers, daughters, friends, and lovers...and what happens when everything takes a turn for the unexpected.

Praise for A Walk in the Park:

"What a fabulous read...laugh out loud moments, heartwarming and sweet."—Wendy's Minding Spot

"Wonderful characters...Held me captivated."—Long and Short Reviews

"A great read with drama, dry humor, and colorful characters."—RT Book Reviews, 4 Stars

"Mansell excels at the ensemble romantic comedy, and her quirky but endearing characters shine once again."—Booklist

"Charming...Mansell deftly weaves a web of poignant loves stories."—Publishers Weekly

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Delicious love story. - Goodreads
A happy, fairy tale ending isn't always a bad thing. - Goodreads
Adorable love story. - Goodreads
The plot devolves into the kind of soapy - Goodreads

Review: Thinking of You

User Review  - Sara - Goodreads

Nice, easy, and funny read. Adorable love story. What I particularly enjoyed about this book was the variety and complexity of the characters, you have Ginny as the protagonist, but the author ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jeanette - Goodreads

Not for me. Read full review

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About the author (2013)

Jill Mansell is a British author of romantic comedy. Mansell grew up in the Cotswolds and attended Sir William Romney's School in Tetbury. After working at the Burden Neurological Institute in Bristol for many years, she became a full-time writer in 1992. Jill Mansell is among the bestselling and most well-known chick-lit authors. In 2009, The Telegraph listed Jill Mansell as one of the best-selling authors of the decade. Her novel, Rumour Has It, spent eight weeks in The Sunday Times hardback bestseller list in 2009 and the paperback ranked third in The Sunday Times bestseller list An Offer You Can't Refuse, was in The Sunday Times paperback charts for five weeks in 2008. In 2011, 'Take A Chance On Me' won the Romantic Novleists Association's Romantic Comedy Prize. Her book title's include: Fast Friends, Solo, Open House, Falling for You, Millie's Fling, Don't Want To Miss a Thing and The Unpredictable Consequences of Love.

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