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Tall, Dark and Handsome

3.07 of 5 stars 3.07  ·  rating details  ·  107 ratings  ·  11 reviews
Forever unlucky in love, Saffron Harris has vowed never to fall for a good-looking rogue again. From now on, she'll only date plain men; men who'll appreciate her; men who won't cheat on her; men who won't break her heart. So when she meets the gorgeous Cory Roswell, Saffron decides he's not her type at all.
Paperback, 528 pages
Published December 3rd 2007 by Simon & Schuster UK
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On a flight back from India photographer Saffron meets Cory. He is a multi-millionaire in
the porn industry but does not tell her, since he wants to find a woman that loves him for himself and not for his money, and also fears that she might not find his work reputable. Saffron was adopted
from an Indian orphanage at a very young age by English people and brought up very much as an “Essex girl”. She has difficulty in coming to terms with who exactly she is in the world: she obviously
has Indian
I hated this book. I didn't even push myself to finish it, although others in my book club loved it. I'm not a prude, but the foul language was so off putting I couldn't appreciate any plot that there might be there. Normally I'm not offended by any use of words to make a point, but here it just got in the way.
Lucy Street
light hearted,fun,relaxing enjoyable read!!
Kevin Rubin
Tall, Dark and Handsome was a fun book, just like all of Nisha Minhas's books.

Our main characters are Saffron, an Indian woman brought home by British parents from an orphanage in India when she was just a few years old, who on a flight back from trying, and failing, to find the meaning of life in India, meets Cory on the flight. They immediately hate each other, but he still gives her his phone number and shortly after she decides to call him up, even though she's sworn to date only ugly men, a
Faryal Rizvi
Well this book was super amazing at the beginning but I hated this saffron she was spoiled crazy Essex girl and too much obsessed with herself hated her to the peak on the other hand Corey was so much down to earth and brilliant in person this book is well written at some places that author was too much off realty well the reason I hated the girl is the reason I am giving this book 4 stars but otherwise it's one of the best books to come across
I've done it. I've read all of Nisha Minhas's books. They haven't been all that great and the last one was no different. When I say they haven't been all that great, some of them have been pretty decent. This is one of them. It's funny, I didn't mind reading about Saffron being quick to sleep with Cory, but the fact that Essex girls were slagged off did. Lol.
Rieta Ganas
Very similar style characters in all her books - fun for a break!
Couldn't get into it at all. No further comment...
My favourite author.. Love all her books. Witty!
Nice to Read :-)
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In her early thirties, Nisha Minhas lives in Milton Keynes with her partner and two cats. A former employee of the Inland Revenue and a avid reader, Nisha couldn't find any novels that really appealed to her, a young woman born in the UK to Indian parents. So she decided to write a book that she herself would really like to read.
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