Thursday, April 4, 2013

Review: Perfect Timing By: Jill Mansell

Perfect TimingPerfect Timing by Jill Mansell
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I must admit that at times I can not control the fact that I love an author and lose her only to find her once again.
Ms. Mansell will not disappoint. I have read multiple books by her and with life catching up and moving, I found I lost her - only to be reunited with Perfect Timing.
Poppy Dunbar has met someone - the one she believes is the "one" the night before her wedding, when she calls off the wedding, finds out her father is not her real father (she is a result of an affair her mother had), and jumps on a train to London a new life begins (and that was just 24 hours of it). With twists and turns Poppy and her secondary characters all come to life off the pages, her shy boss, her two roommates, what was to be her sister-in-law - they all have amazing dimensions to them. Is there too good to be true? Is there illusion and truth? How great a character Poppy is can be witnessed through her relationships with other characters, especially Alex and Rita.
A great beach read for Spring Break.

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