This Could Change Everything by Jill Mansell

This Could Change Everything

If only Essie hadn't written that letter - the one that went viral... THIS COULD CHANGE EVERYTHING is the feel-good new novel from Jill Mansell, the bestselling author of MEET ME AT BEACHCOMBER BAY. Not to be missed by fans of Katie Fforde and Lucy Diamond. On the one hand, if Essie hadn't written that letter - the one that only her best friend was meant to see - then she'd still be living like an actual proper grown-up, tucked up with Pau...

Details This Could Change Everything

TitleThis Could Change Everything
Release DateJan 25th, 2018
GenreWomens Fiction, Chick Lit, Romance, Adult

Reviews This Could Change Everything

  • Cressida McLaughlin
    This book is gorgeous, romantic, life-affirming perfection. I’ve been lost in it all day and never wanted to be found.
  • Book Gannet
    3.5 stars.This book is a prime example of what Jill Mansell does best. There is a heroine who has got herself into something of a scrape, leading to a difficult living situation, whose life is rather miraculously transformed through the fortuitous meeting with a fairy godmother-esque lady. There is romance, friendship and plenty of humour, mixed in with a few heartaches and more serious situations here and there. It’s heart warming and easy to ...
  • Anne
    Loved every page!Full review will be on my blog and in the press in January https://randomthingsthroughmyletterbo...
  • Janet Emson
    Essie’s life changes dramatically when a joke round robin, meant only for the eyes of her friend, makes it to everyone on her email list. That email list included her boyfriend’s mother, who happened to be the subject of the round robin. Essie finds herself jobless and homeless but is luckily saved when Zillah steps in and offers her the flat above her home. Essie soon makes friends with Zillah and her other neighbour Conor. And when Essie ge...
  • Sarah Coulthard
    The title is very well matched to this book, This could change everything is about how one little thing in life can change it’s true course, in Essie’s case this happened to be one very big drunken joke that got way out of hand. The story begins with Essie and Scarlett enjoying a girly night in, and so very near Christmas decide to compose a round robin which of course is never meant to be seen by anyone else but themselves, but when an incid...
  • Karen
    Delightful read with enough fine characters that don't overwhelm and by end of book are neatly tied up within the story in most satisfying way. Written by Brittish author you'll find vernacular that is particular to the region but it's easily understood and very fun to pick up. A real treat as usual, Ms. Mansell!
  • Liz
    An entertaining read with a good mix of characters. Mainly light-hearted but occasionally touching on more serious matters.
  • Izzi
    loved it! As usual Jill Mansell writes a great, feel-good book. I enjoyed getting to know the characters and all the added details.
  • Lesley Rawlinson
    UnputdownableAnother winner. I cannot believe how every book is so different but so good. 5 stars from me. Can't wait for the next.
  • Amanda Nolan
    Enjoyed this! An easy read..
  • Laurie
    Another feel-good winner from Jill Mansell. *Thanks to Edelweiss and the publisher for providing an e-galley in exchange for an honest review.