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Miranda's Big Mistake (B Format) Paperback – 1 Jan 2007
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Jill keeps in touch with her readers on Twitter - @JillMansell - and Facebook - /OfficialJillMansell.
She lives in Bristol with her family.
'A jaunty summer read' (Daily Mail)
'A delicious new comedy' (Liverpool Daily Post)
Is there such a thing as Mr Pefect? Miranda thinks she's met him, but is Greg quite what he seems? Find out in this unputdownable romantic novel from the author of THREE AMAZING THINGS ABOUT YOU.See all Product Description
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Top Customer Reviews
funny funny funny, definately a book that will keep you turning the pages and loving the characters.
Miranda is a real live-wire, you can't help but cringe at some of the scrapes she get's herself into - there are funny moments, sad moments, nostalgic moments, but the whole book is one huge self-indulgent moment! I just couldn't put it down.
My only complaint about all Jill's books is finishing them! You want them to last forever! Once you've read one, you've got to read them all!
Note to Jill Mansell: PLEASE hurry up and write another one soon!
Greg, of course, is the man we all love to hate - he blames Chloe for getting pregnant and breaking her word to him about not wanting babies and instantly leaves her. Because he's just a very nasty man, to be honest. He's also rather unbelievable as I simply didn't credit that Greg could be such a downright despicable cad and yet get two nice women (Chloe and later Miranda) to fall for him. He's really more caricature than character - and this is also the case with Chloe's dreadful boss and his wife. Both of these people are frankly so horrible that I just kept laughing at them, and I'm not convinced that was the reaction Mansell was intending. Oh well.
Never mind, as there are a couple of menfolk in the mix who are adorable in every way - Fenn, the definitely straight hairdresser, and Miles, the lovely and witty famous racing driver, are a delight and should have had far more page space here than they actually do. It's a bit of a lost opportunity for the men, to be honest. Also, something dreadful happens to Miles about three-quarters of the way through which I think was totally unnecessary and rather stupid - and this leaves the way free for journalist Danny to take the place of the dreadful Greg as Miranda's potential partner. Are you keeping up at the back?Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good read but never really fell in love with Miranda as a character! Maybe just me!Published 3 days ago by Amazon Customer
Lovely fun as always with Jill Mansell! She is truly an author who makes reading fun and a bit naughty!Published 8 months ago by R J FINCH LUCAS
Miranda has been one of those girls who have never very good love. But after getting an invitation to a party from her landlord Florence she meet Greg and thinks he is a winner but... Read morePublished 9 months ago by M. E. Newell
Brilliant story, really enjoyed it. Something different to my usual readPublished 9 months ago by Mrs. A. S. Southwood
Miranda is such a likeable character - and her scrapes were laugh out loud funny ! But have the tissues ready it's not all fun and laughter for her or her friends - I loved this... Read morePublished 11 months ago by ms i s how