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TV Expand the sub-menu. Awardsline Expand the sub-menu. Box Office Expand the sub-menu. Business Expand the sub-menu. Hero Nation Expand the sub-menu. Video Expand the sub-menu. More Expand the sub-menu. The whole situation in this book was a lot more believable that in the first book, and I felt that Townley has written the emotions of the main character extremely well, as well as keeping up a few smaller sub storylines as well.
I warmed to Jessica right away, and I wanted everything to be okay for her, even if she did seem to deserve what was happening in her life at the time. This character was a great addition to the book, and really brightened up the proceedings somewhat with their meddling. The pace of the book was very good, starting with the planning of the wedding, and ending in an unexpected way.
What I liked about this book is how important the lesser seen characters are in the book too as well as the main ones, they are all important to the story and are well written and very believable. Townley is a talented writer, and this book shows how Townley is improving book on book!
I loved it, and can definitely recommend it. This is a very sweet, fun and entertaining book.
The writing style is breezy and easy to read, but at the same time there are quite a few twists and turns which will take you by surprise. It's the second book in a trilogy featuring Jessica Wild, a character who is very endearing, well-meaning and loveable. At the start of the book, Jessica's life is going wonderfully: Max is such a wonderful, likeable character and perfect as a hero; so caring towards Jess, funny, affectionate and romantic.
Actually, their relationship is one of my favourite parts of the book; the love between them is so heartwarming and moving, especially when you feel how much Jess loves Max and how much they care for each other. Unfortunately, things go horribly wrong when Jessica suspects Max of having an affair By the time Jess realises her mistake, the first twist , it's too late, and the rest of the story sees Jess's perfect world start unravel both professionally and personally.
The supporting characters are all loveable and humorous, I especially like Caroline, Ivana and Helen. They are well written and all have their distinct characteristics so they feel like real people. There is a lot of heart and emotional bits in the story, especially the parts with Jess's mother. I loved Jess's mother, she was such an interesting and sympathetic character, despite her past mistakes.
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I really like her involvement towards the end of the book, it was so lovely what she did. Throughout the whole book you really root for Jess and want things to go well for her; she is so bighearted and genuine that you can't help but love her. Luckily things all end happily and there are lots of funny bits on the road there, so it is the kind of read that will make you cheer up and feel happy. The only reason I gave this four stars instead of five is because I slightly preferred the first one, The Importance of Being Married.
But I will still probably reread this at some point, because it's such a happy, lovely book.
Nov 04, Kristilyn Reading In Winter added it. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. As far as chick-lit books go, this has to be one of my least favourites. The heroine, Jessica Wild, seemed weak and insincere. Not only t As far as chick-lit books go, this has to be one of my least favourites.
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Not only that, but she reads an article a few days later that leads her to think she leaked confidential company information. Drama, drama, drama ensues and this reader was left wondering whether she read a chick-lit book or a soap opera script. I found myself reading quickly to get to the end, just so I could start a new book. This one was a huge disappointment. I also noticed that I have the 3rd book in this series, An Ideal Wife … might have to put that one off for a while, too. Jun 28, Paula Phillips rated it it was amazing.
Taking off where "The Importance of Being Married " left us , Jessica's fake wedding to Anthony Milton is called off when she discovers that she is actually in love with Max Wainwright. In A Wild Affair, Jessica is in the stages of preparing her wedding to Max when she starts to get cold feet after Max has been having secret meetings, cancelling dates, depositing money into an account for another woman.
The last straw for Jessica is when after a cell phone switch, Max's phone rings and Jessica answers Taking off where "The Importance of Being Married " left us , Jessica's fake wedding to Anthony Milton is called off when she discovers that she is actually in love with Max Wainwright.
The last straw for Jessica is when after a cell phone switch, Max's phone rings and Jessica answers it and it turns out to be the "other woman". Is this marriage going to end before it's actually began and when Jessica realises that things are definitely not what they seem , with the help of her friends Helen, Giles, Ivana and Sean ,can Jessica save her marriage to Max without causing a hole to deep to climb out of?.
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A fun story that is your usual chick lit and lends us the moral "that everything is not what it seems, and sometimes what you see on the surface is nowhere near the truth". Feb 27, Juliana rated it it was ok. There's not much to say about this book, it's basic chick lit from start to finish.