Thursday, July 14, 2022

Should I Tell You? by Jill Mansell

Discover the true meaning of family, friendship, and finding love with should I tell you? The Sunday Times Bestseller. Now Available.

What happens when falling in love makes everyone around you go bonkers?

Amber Nicholls, Lachlan McCarthy, and Raffaele Wright grew up as foster kids in Teddy Penhaligon's seaside home and have forged a bond tighter than glue. 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 she seems lovely and charming. Is she fooling them all? Or is she spurring them to uncover their own secret loves?


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Should I Tell You? by Jill Mansell

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Reviews by the Wicked Reads Review Team

This is a really perfect summer read – or a curled up under a blanket read! From the very beginning we are drawn into the lives of three friends who spent time together in a foster home where finally they felt part of a family.

It is family, connections, and responsibility which feature large in this very enjoyable romance. The constant fear for both Lachlan and Amber of revealing to the other how much they wanted to change from best friends to romantic partners, and being rejected, has held them back for years. The third in their trio, Raffaele, holds the key, but he too fears that it will cause a rift for him, so plots to maintain the status quo.

I loved that we got to see how they have developed their careers, and been successful in very different fields, even if all drawn to stay in the town where Teddy, their widowed foster father, lives. His cruise adventure and Olga, the Russian girlfriend who comes home with him, add some interesting colour to the already bright storyline.

An easy read with plenty to interest and entertain and the very best kind of ending.



Author Bio

JILL MANSELL’s books are full of love, life, and friendship and have been bringing joy to readers for twenty-five years. She started writing fiction while working in the NHS, after joining a local creative writing class. She has since written over twenty Sunday Times bestsellers, including Maybe This Time, This Could Change Everything, and You and Me, Always, and her books have sold over 11 million copies around the world.

Jill's hobbies include buying stationery, particularly magical new colours of ink for the fountain pen she uses to write all her books – Jill is one of the few authors who still write their books by hand. Jill also loves people-watching and finding new characters to put in her novels. So when you’re out, make sure to always be on your best behaviour. And beware of beady-eyed authors carrying notebooks...

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Reviewers on the Wicked Reads Review Team were provided a free copy of Should I Tell You? by Jill Mansell to read and review.

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