Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Tahleen Reviews "Millie's Fling" by Jill Mansell

TitleMillie's Fling
Author: Jill Mansell
Publisher: Sourcebooks Landmark, 2009

Rating: 4 stars

Millie has not had the best of luck in the man department, especially lately. But when she stops bestselling romance novelist Orla Hart from hurling herself off a cliff, things are gonig to change. But Millie isn't sure it's for the better. Orla decides she wants to make a departure from her normal writing, namely about glitzy celebrities and high living, in favor of normal, everyday people. And she's willing to pay big money to Millie to tell her ALL about her love life. Trouble is, Orla isn't going to let Millie go on her own, and tries to set her up with any number of men.

This British chick-lit is great fun. It is full of what I can only describe and crazy shenanigans. Millie's trying to keep her attraction to Hugh, a young widower, secret, especially from Orla, since the novelist already told her he was off limits. Millie's flatmate, Hester, is super annoying and can be a total slut when she wants to be, since she's got the hots for Lucas Kemp, a guy they both knew in high school who is now back in Newquay and sexier than ever--despite her boyfriend Nat, who is miles away in Glasgow working as a chef in a restaurant.

Seriously, the things that happened in this book were fantastic. One twist after another, and misadventures galore. One of my favorite scenes had to do with a kitchen fire, a mud wrap, and some missing clothing. There were so many delicious misunderstandings, and the humor was rife with British slang, which is funny to me regardless.

If you're just looking for a feel-good romantic comedy type book, I'd definitely check out Jill Mansell's stuff. I'm sure her other books are just as good and funny, and I am looking forward to reading them.


Disclosure: I got this as a free nookbook from bn.com.

5 comments :

  1. I love Jill Mansel books ... this one sounds like a great read!

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  2. This does sound like great fun! I have had my eye on this for a while! Very cool that you got it for free!

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  3. I have read Jill Mansel books..and they are usually fun to read! Great review and hope to catch up on this too!

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  4. I read this one about 6 years ago and I love Mansell's books! I feel the need to go reread this one now, cause I'm not sure I remember it all :) This author is on my auto-buy list!

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  5. I agree with you. I thought this book was adorable!

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