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Falling for You by [Mansell, Jill]
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4.5 out of 5 stars 68 customer reviews

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'A delightful re-working of the Romeo and Juliet story... An ideal Valentine's read' (Daily Express)

'A delightful romantic treat...full of twists and turns that will keep you hooked' (Star magazine)

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A reissue and new look for this irresistible novel from the Sunday Times bestselling author

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1826 KB
  • Print Length: 450 pages
  • Publisher: Review (10 Feb. 2008)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0755332628
  • ISBN-13: 978-0755332625
  • ASIN: B002V091I4
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 68 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #17,270 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Enjoyed yet another Jill Mansell book but would love some sequels to some of the stories. The characters always have a warmth about them, makes you care.
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Great thanks
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i have read quite a few of Jill Mansell's books now and in general have enjoyed them.known for her sub-plots, this book gives us the goings on of several people living in Ashcombe, England.the characters are certainly colourful and diverse, but the so-called main characters story just didn't quite hit the mark.in fact there wasn't much of their individual story and i thought these were the least developed characters.there was a twist later on, which could have been really good,but there was no where near enough focus on this to make it what it should have been.

i must say that i really enjoyed the sub-stories and the mad mix of both very likable and well..unlikable characters.for me the best part of this book is the characterization.there is also a nice dose of humor as well.in my opinion this is not Jill's best book,and did take quite some time to get going,but nevertheless still quite a good easy read.

on a personal level i have to say i hated the outcome of Estelle and Oliver's relationship.this however for me is the case in pretty much all books, where a husband/wife/partner gets cheated on, i don't like seeing them get back together,but at the very least i would expect them to really suffer.i know not everyone will share my view on this,but even so i don't feel that there was a proper reconciliation between the couple.in fact Oliver only explains his reasons for the affair as being just one of those things that just happens.further,with the long reaching consequences of Oliver's affair i just didn't see how in just over a page and how all this could be reconciled.

even though this was not Jill's best i will still keep reading her books.i love her diverse mix of characters and her sub-stories,though in this one the main story seemed to be missing.though i wouldn't rave about this book i would recommend her as an author to give a go!3.5 stars
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I did not like this book at all. Not for a Mansell anyway. If it were written by anyone else, I might have given it more stars, but for Jill Mansell, it was just severely disappointing.

This is my third book for Mansell, and I was over the moon about the first two books I read for her, and thought I would be about this one too - as the reviews were outstanding - but I wasn't.

I didn't like the characters, I felt they were all shallow, and irritating. A lot of it was unrealistic, and everyone seemed to be falling in love in a matter of days! The twists and turns made no sense, and everything seemed a little TOO coincidental. And this book has pretty much VERY LITTLE to do with Maddy and Kerr - the supposed main characters of the book. It had a lot more to do with the secondary characters - mainly Kate and her family.

Yes, I found a lot of the text funny, but I never said Mansell wasn't funny. She's a good writer, she's capable of writing incredible books. So the writing was good, it's the plot I hated. I do have one remark though, at some point Will says, "let me just grab a shower" and that really bothered me because it makes no sense. You can't GRAB a shower, you take one, you have one, but you don't GRAB one. Sheesh! I really needed to get that one out.

Back to the story now, I think Den deserved a much larger part in the story than he was given, since the whole "concept" revolved around him and the accident he was involved in. Especially after everything you find out in the end, I think Mansell robbed him off his story, which I think would've been a very good one. This book should have been about Den, rather than Kerr, and should have revolved more around their family rather than Kate's extremely shallow and broken family.
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Ever since I’ve started reading books by Jill Mansell, I know I will never be disappointed and this book certainly didn’t disappoint. This is classic Jill at her best. She manages to bring characters together in ways you don’t even begin to think about and the surprises along the way make her stories come alive, making you wish they made at least one of her books into a film already! Maddy Harvey used to be unfortunately unattractive, but she has blossomed since leaving school. One day she meets someone without realising who he is and when she meets him again, she cannot believe her eyes. Kerr McKinnon and his family aren’t liked by the Harvey’s due to an incident eleven years ago. Nobody in Ashcombe has forgotten the tragedy the Harvey’s had to endure because of the McKinnon’s. But Maddy and Kerr can’t deny the attraction that is between them. Surely they can keep it a secret from everyone in their village? The book mainly follows the storyline of Maddy and Kerr but there are other characters brought into the midst that keep the story intriguing along the way. Maddy’s brother Jake Harvey is Ashcombe’s heartthrob and his adorable daughter Sophie kept me giggling with her seven-year old humour. I couldn’t fault any of the characters and this book made me feel a part of the small town of Ashcombe, that I could vividly imagine it in my mind.

Another inspiring story by the fabulous Jill Mansell.
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