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Nadia Knows Best by Jill Mansell
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Aug 14, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: arc, beach-read, chic-lit, contemp, galley

What I loved about this story was the English wit and humour! Having lived in England for a bit made it easier to understand the places she describes, but it would not lessen the storyline for anyone who has not lived or visited England. Also, all of her characters have a personality of their own, to include the man who pines for Miriam, Nadia’s grandmother.
There are so many story lines that are going on in this book. We have Clare, Nadia’s younger sister, who is trying to figure out life and who to love. There is Tilly, a half- sister to Nadia and Clare, all the same mum, but Nadia’s dad and grandmum are raising her. She wants nothing more than to see her pseudo-father happy. I truly enjoyed all of these stories that went along with Nadia’s story, and it added to the storyline all the more. If you had taken these other stories out of the picture, however, there would not have been that much of a story.

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This book was provided by the publisher for an honest review.

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