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Two's Company

Jill Mansell

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Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945), Romance, Adult & contemporary romance

Two's company, but three's a calamity... From the bestselling author of THE ONE YOU REALLY WANT and THREE AMAZING THINGS ABOUT YOU

Two's company, but three's a calamity... TWO'S COMPANY is a funny, romantic novel from bestselling Jill Mansell, author of THE ONE YOU REALLY WANT and THREE AMAZING THINGS ABOUT YOU. Jack and Cass Mandeville are a dream couple, ridiculously happy together and successful to boot - Jack as a journalist and Cass with her own hugely popular radio show. Indeed, almost every member of the Mandeville family is famous in their own right: from stunning Cleo, a supermodel with attitude, to Sean, the rising star of the comedy circuit. Incredibly good-looking and likeable, the family have captured the hearts of the nation - and the nation's press. But on the day that Jack hits the big 40 - the same day that a redhead called Imogen turns up to interview Jack and Cass for Hi! magazine - their proverbial bubble is about to burst...

What readers are saying about Two's Company:

'Fun, moving and full of laugh out loud antics, this book is a must read' Amazon reviewer, 5 stars

'An amazing read - swift and easy. The way she blends comedy with the romance of Jack and Cass is commendable. A book you should definitely read' Goodreads reviewer, 5 stars

'Jill Mansell does it again, absolutely brilliant book. The best yet - has love, hate, betrayal, regret and a nearly perfect ending' Goodreads reviewer, 5 stars

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  • 'Jill Mansell is in a different league' - Sun

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Jill Mansell

Jill Mansell worked for many years at the Burden Neurological Hospital, Bristol, and now writes full time. She lives with her partner and their children in Bristol. Jill is the author of many bestselling novels with Headline and appears regularly in the Guardian Top Hundred list.

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