An Offer You Can't Refuse (Paperback)

By Jill Mansell

Sourcebooks Landmark, 9781402218330, 409pp.

Publication Date: April 1, 2009

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Description

What's a girl to do with...An offer you can't refuse?

A new bestseller from one of the UK's biggest authors

Nothing could tear Lola and Dougie apart, except his mother...

Seventeen-year-old Lola has no intention of accepting when her boyfriend's snobbish mother offers her a huge bribe to break up with him. Then Lola discovers a secret that makes her think again, and the only way she can help one of the people she loves most in the world is to take the money and break Dougie's heart.

Ten years later, when Lola meets Dougie again, her feelings for him are as strong as ever. She'll do almost anything to get him back, but she can never tell him the truth. Can she overcome his bitterness and win his heart? She's attractive, persuasive, and endlessly optimistic, but even Lola's got her work cut out for her this time.

PRAISE FOR AN OFFER YOU CAN'T REFUSE

"Pick this up at your peril: you won't get a thing done till it's finished "

"You won't be disappointed in this gem."- Hot Stars Magazine

"Pick this up at your peril: you won't get a thing done till it's finished."- Heat magazine

"Witty and charming, this easygoing tale is full of twists that make it hard to put down."- Woman

"Classy chick-lit that appeals to women of all ages. She Jill Mansell] has a fantastic ability to keep a number of storylines running at the same time without losing the reader in a labyrinth."-Daily Express

"Warm and funny."-Heat magazine

"A romantic romp full of larger-than-life characters."-Express

"Fast, furious and fabulous fun. To read it is to devour it."-Company

"A light-hearted and likeable tale."-Prima

"A jaunty summer read."-Daily Mail

"A great, comical read."-Birmingham Post



About the Author

Jill Mansell lives with her partner and children in Bristol and writes full time. Actually, that's not true; she watches TV, eats gum drops, admires the rugby players training in the sports field behind her house, and spends hours on the Internet marveling at how many other writers have blogs. Only when she's completely run out of ways to procrastinate does she write.
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