Should I Tell You? by Jill Mansell
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca
Genre: General Fiction (Adult), Women's Fiction
No. of Pages: 385
Date of US Publication: 5 July, 2022
My Rating: 3.5 Stars
I find that there isn’t much to share about the book without spoilers, and I don’t do that, so let me just write that Ms. Mansell is a brand new author to me and, although the writing here is a bit formulaic and it took me a bit of time to get invested here, ultimately I did enjoy this novel.
eARC kindly provided by Sourcebooks Casablanca and NetGalley. Opinions shared are my own.
You can always count on Jill Mansell for a feel-good read that makes you smile! You won't want to miss her brand-new story, filled with:Effervescent, snappy writing that sticks with youHilarious hijinks that are so endearing and so embarrassingA tight-knit family who'd do anything for each otherMisunderstandings, conclusions jumped to, secrets and revelations that will keep you guessing
Amber Nicholls, Lachlan McCarthy, and Raffaele Wright would normally have absolutely nothing in common. But growing up as foster kids in Teddy Penhaligon's seaside home has forged a bond tighter than glue. Each one has messes in life to deal with, but when they get the news that Teddy's met someone while on vacation, they'll do anything to protect him from a presumed gold-digger—even if they have to save him from himself first.
But how can they guide their foster father when they can barely get a grip on their own lives? It's all a madcap jumble as secrets are shared, hearts are changed, and a single summer becomes a season of endless possibility.
"Uplifting, heartwarming, and supremely feel-good." —SOPHIE KINSELLA, #1 New York Times bestselling author, for It Started with a Secret
"Gripping and incredibly comforting." —MARIAN KEYES, #1 international bestselling author, for It Started with a Secret
"Engaging and enchanting." —Woman's World for Maybe This Time
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