Life is easy, it's men she'll never figure out...
When hotel manager Daisy MacLean meets cocky sports hero Dev Tyzack, it's a no brainer―stay away. He is arrogant and sarcastic―but also incredibly sexy.
Daisy tries her best to steer clear of him, yet soon comes to realize he is the one guest she can't bear to see leave.
Then she learns a devastating truth: most people are not who they seem to be, for better or worse...
From the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author―smart, sassy, savy women's fiction that never disappoints!
"Another jaunty read about life, love, and laughter." ―Reading Evening Post
"Engaging, warm, and funny...an entertaining romp." ―Liverpool Echo
"There's trouble at Daisy's hotel when she has to deal with a colourful set of wedding guests and her own troubled love life. Sure-fire bestseller from Queen of chicklit, Mansell." ―Heat
"A lively, appealing, and sassy comedy of errors about second chances...Romantic storyteller Jill Mansell is in top form."―Nuneaton Evening Telegraph
Staying at Daisy’s, by Jill Mansell. Daisy, glad that her spritzer was nine-tenths soda water, eased herself onto a bar stool while her father greeted a couple of late arrivals as though they were his dearest friends.
Staying at Daisy’s, by Jill Mansell. At last! How marvelous! Listen, we’re in danger of having a bit of a knees-up-either of you two handy with a piano?’ One of the Australians materialized at Daisy’s side as she was busily lining her empty stomach with cashews and roasted almonds. Not ideal but better than nothing. Your dad’s a character.
Turn right by the clump of trees,’ instructed Josh, still new to the area and peering at the road sign. Up here, that’s it, Brocket’s Lane. Watch out for mad dogs. ey passed the cottage where Bert Connelly lived with his wife, hulking great sons, and beloved pit bull terriers. OK, this’ll do,’ said Josh as they reached the next gateway. Stop, reverse into it, and try not to hit the gatepost. Thoughts of Dominic were interfering with Tara’s coordination; she was too excited to avoid making a pig’s ear of the maneuver
Life is easy, it's men she'll never figure ou. hen hotel manager Daisy MacLean meets cocky sports hero Dev Tyzack, it's a no brainer-stay away.
Life is easy, it's men she'll never figure ou. He is arrogant and sarcastic-but also incredibly sexy. Daisy tries her best to steer clear of him, yet soon comes to realize he is the one guest she can't bear to see leave. Then she learns a devastating truth: most people are not who they seem to be, for better or worse.
Jill Mansell (born 15 June) is a British author of romantic comedy. Her books have sold over ten million copies worldwide. Mansell grew up in the Cotswolds and attended Sir William Romney's School in Tetbury. After working at the Burden Neurological Institute in Bristol for many years, she became a full-time writer in 1992. She lives in Bristol with her partner and children.
Staying at Daisy's book. This is the first book by Jill Mansell that I’ve read so far and I’m looking forward to more from this author. And I’m not even a huge fan of chick-lit! This book is funny, it’s touching and it’s a novel you won’t want to miss.
Daisy MacLean runs the country house hotel owned by her flamboyant father, Hector . When she hears who's about to get married there, she isn't worried at all - her friend Tara absolutely promises there won't be any trouble between her and ex-boyfriend Dominic, whom she hasn't seen for years . Hilarious, romantic and addictive.
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Jill Mansell is one of the biggest authors of women's fiction in the UK with a growing audience in the .
Jill Mansell is a huge internationally bestselling author with 22 novels and over 4 million copies sold. Jill Mansell is one of the biggest authors of women's fiction in the UK with a growing audience in the . Her appeal lies in her poignant, funny, romantic love stories with secondary characters from different generations that draw a huge female audience from 16 to 60, and the kind of plot twists and complications that make every book a pageturner. Staying ar Daisy's is a light hearted easy to read romance. Many times I found myself laughing out loud. A good book for when you need a book that isnt too taxing.