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By Jill Mansell. When her dear friend and bestselling novelist Orla Hart invites Millie to spend the summer with her in Cornwall, Millie leaps at the chance to spend the summer alone, recovering from a bad breakup. But Orla has other ideas. Envisioning Millie as the heroine of her next novel, Orla is determined that Millie should meet the man of her dreams this summer. The trouble is, Millie's taste in men doesn't match with Orla's at all.
Hugh Emerson, dashing young widower, is the one who really interests her. He is also the one man Orla insists she shouldn't get involved with.
With dropped wallets, rollerskating gorillagrams, the world's most flirtatious boss, and a helicopter in the back garden, It's sure to be an unforgettable summer A fresh and fun British women's fiction and a great romantic book with plenty of humor, friendship, and some madcap fun. Mansell creates such likable and heartwarming characters like Millie and Orla that the reader can't help but root for them.
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Description Millie's quiet, single summer is about to get turned upside down What reviewers are saying about Millie's Fling : "Millie's Fling is a super cute and wicked funny book and I thoroughly enjoyed myself while reading it. Romantic Comedy. Home Books Romantic Comedy. About the author. She lives with her partner and their children in Bristol, England.
Related authors. Related to Millie's Fling. Related Categories. Start your free trial. Page 1 of 1. Cute read. Definitely a beach read. A cute story, early chick lit I will definitely read more books by this author. I loved the rich characters with their intriguing personal stories that come together that make up this in funny looking for love stories which all of the characters knowingly and unknowingly looking for.
I was held captive until the end of the story to find out who ended up with who and how story played out. A lighthearted romp of a book, recommended for vacation reading. Several laugh-out-loud moments, though it seemed to end rather abruptly. Millie's Fling by Jill Mansell is a delightfully funny romance, nothing too risque and having a lot of heart. Millie finds herself in a bit of a bind--she's without a boyfriend and without a job, making for the perfect situation to be rescued by Orla Hart, romance writer.
Orla is reeling from a scathing review of her last book and is determined to write something better. She decides to base her next book on real life, Millie's real life. However, as Millie's life isn't as exciting as Orla would like, Orla decides to bring in some romantic candidates. What she doesn't know, is that Millie is holding out on her. As I said, this is a fun read. The characters are realistic and funny. Millie is surrounded by a wonderful supporting cast: Hester, her best friend whose boyfriend is working miles away, Millie's father and his wonderful partner Judy, the polar opposite of Millie's mother, Adele who left for London, looking for a more exciting life, Nat, Hester's perfect and absent boyfriend; Lucas, Hester's lifelong crush who is more than meets the eye; the gorgeous Con Devereaux, incredibly famous movie star with his own secrets.
And Hugh. Mind you, Mansell definitely has her own style and it's a very nice one, but I was reminded of these other authors, whom I love. In fact, I'm planning to add plenty of Jill Mansell to my download list.
I was thrilled when I checked her website to see that she has quite an impressive list of books and awards to her credit. I've been off of "chick lit" for a while, but I think Millie's Fling might just bring me back for a while.
Picked up this book for free and wasn't expecting much to be honest. However, I was pleasantly surprised by a clever and cute little romance.
Millie is a typical not-at-all-perfect heroine, stuck between jobs and with a mixed up family and a few wacky friends. The title really has little to do with the actual plot, which revolves a lot more around a strange novelist who wants to write about normal people - like Millie.
Fun ensues. The book is set in modern-day Britain, and despite being a romance is very PG, not R rated at all really. It's fluffy of course - don't dive into this expecting a literary classic - but is comparable to a good Romantic Comedy movie. I enjoyed this as a quick read between other books!
Might even consider paying money to get another by Jill Mansell. This is exactly what I was looking for- a light, easy read that kept me interested and entertained.
When Millie impulsively decides to save Orla's life, their lives become tangled in strange ways. Orla, the blockbuster author, needs something different to write about.
Millie, recently unemployed and single, looks to be just the thing. With a whole cast of crazy, mostly loveable secondary characters, Millie doesn't necessarily shine brightly. However, Millie is average enough, and finds herself in enough uncomfortable situations, that she is a fairly compelling heroine.
With nearly everyone's love-life in shambles, and everything being taken out of context, things get fairly complicated in short order. Watching the threads get tangled further- before ultimately straightening themselves out- had me laughing out loud. There's nothing profound in this story but Millie is such an appealing character - funny and genuine and really nice.
There's the requisite budding romance that is threatened by misunderstanding but it's done in a light-hearted way and pride never gets in the way. Fun bit of entertainment. Loved this story about Millie and what happens after she saves the life of novelist Orla Hart. The cast is large, but every character is unique and fits nicely into the tale. At times, the goings on and misunderstandings down in Cornwall reminded me of a mash-up of Austen and Shakespeare.
Mansell has a few other titles, I'm going to have to pace myself! I'd heard great things about Millie's Fling and it didn't disappoint. Millie is in a rut. A job rut, a boyfriend rut, and she needs some change. Little does she know that change will come about with her decision to speak to bestselling romance author, Orla Hart.
Orla immediately takes Millie "under her wing" and sets about trying to find the perfect man for her Millie's roommate and best friend, Hester, is having her own romantic problems as well. With a boyfriend far away for work and a past crush coming back into town, she is torn as to what she should do.
Throw in handsome eligible bachelors of every sort and things start happening. But will Millie be able to find the man of her dreams? You never get bored, keeps you awake at night.
Fabulous book. Jill Mansell has surpassed herself once again in Millie's Fling. Chicklit and women's fiction readers will enjoy this spontaneous journey in Cornwall, England. Clutching her left shoulder and trying to pretend it hardly hurt at all--ow, ouch--she wondered why her life had to so closely resemble Mr.
What she wouldn't give to be sleek and chic and in control at all times. Bean's because she tends to fall into ridiculous situations unwittingly. Her roomie, Hester, is in a long-term relationship with an up-and-coming chef, Nat, but still has a flamethrower burning for an old love, Lucas Kemp. Millie's Fling is the age-old search for love and happiness, but this serendipitous journey is rounded out with Orla Hart, a highly successful author with marital problems whom Millie befriends atop a cliff.
Happily single, Millie consistently tries to keep her roomie on the right relationship track since Hester's boyfriend has taken a job in Glasgow to further his career as a chef. By chance, Millie stumbles upon a lost wallet in the bushes--a wallet that becomes the tie between her and Hugh Emerson, a young recently widowed computer specialist.
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