Book Drunkard

“I am simply a 'book drunkard.' Books have the same irresistible temptation for me that liquor has for its devotee. I cannot withstand them.” L.M. Montgomery

Staying at Daisy’s by Jill Mansell, review

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You know what I hate about Jill Mansell?  She has this knack of writing such great books that ‘I have half an hour to read before I MUST do housework’ turns into ‘MOM!  Why is the house such a mess??’  Omg, is it that time already!?

What an amazing cast this book has.  Daisy, who runs her father Hector’s hotel.  Tara, Daisy’s best friend who works as a chambermaid and can’t seem to find herself a good man.  Sexy and arrogant Dev who could probably have any girl he wants.  Sweet Barney who just wants a quiet, family life.  Mel – she has a secret that could ruin her new happiness.  Josh, the funny ex-boyfriend and Maggie who is so in love, but no one knows it.

Staying at Daisy’s is another book full of charm and wit starring a plethora of interesting characters.  I am always reminded of Maeve Binchy when I read Mansell – the way the people in the story come to know each other through exciting twists and turns, most of which you could never guess in advance.  I love ‘full circle’ stories and Jill Mansell’s are always that.  I want to read every single one.  Seriously, give yourself a nice treat – put your feet up and enjoy.  You’ll be sooo glad you did.

Many thanks to Sourcebooks for providing me with this book for review.

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2 thoughts on “Staying at Daisy’s by Jill Mansell, review

  1. Thank you so much AGAIN for saying such lovely things about my books. Barney is one of my favourite characters – he’s just adorable, isn’t he?
    And sorry about the housework! xx

  2. I love Barney! I was rooting so hard for him. Thanks for stopping by, Jill. And don’t worry about the housework. It ended up done eventually – that’s what we have kids for, right? :p

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