Oldie but a Goody Wednesday: Miranda’s Big Mistake by Jill Mansell

Oldie but a Goodie Wednesday This week is by the wonderful Jill Mansell. I read so many of her books and I loved them all this week its Miranda’s Big Mistake. Check it out and let me know what you think. Have you read any of Jill’s books? What do you think of my choice this week?

Miranda's Big Mistake

 Miranda’s Big Mistake by Jill Mansell

Release Date: 04.05.2000

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

Miranda is thrilled when she meets Greg at a cocktail party. He’s gorgeous, he’s funny – and he’s very keen. Just what a girl needs to put some sparkle in her life. Heavens, he’s practically perfect! Greg likes Miranda a lot. She’s young, she’s pretty, and she never talks about babies. Of course he hasn’t told her everything about himself – even the sweetest girls can be a bit funny about a man who’s just left his newly pregnant wife. But there’s no way she’s going to find out – or is there?

Luckily for Miranda men are like buses – you don’t see any for ages then three come along at once. She just needs to catch the right one…

 

 

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Jill Mansell lives with her family in Bristol. She used to work in the field of Clinical Neurophysiology but now writes full time. She watches far too much TV and would love to be one of those super-sporty types but basically can’t be bothered. Nor can she cook – having once attempted to  bake a cake for the hospital’s Christmas Fair, she was forced to watch while her co-workers played frisbee with it.

But she’s good at Twitter! @JillMansell

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