Don't Want to Miss a Thing
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I loved this book - it’s like a warm blanket on a cold evening. When Dex becomes sole carer for his dead sisters baby girl, his life is changed irrevocably. From London play boy to village single dad, it was never going to be easy. But with help from his new friends he realises that he can become a good parent – although not without some hiccoughs along the way……….
The characters are well drawn and believable, Dex being just one of the cast in this witty, sometimes sad, but mostly happy story.
This is only the second book by Jill Mansell that I’ve read, but it doesn’t take long to realise that with her books, everyone will end up happy ever after with all loose ends tied up. The writing style flows and is pleasing to read, the humour natural and unforced, and the conversations very lifelike, which isn’t always easy to achieve. This was a really welcome change to my usual more intense book choices of crime/thrillers...