Let's Call The Whole Thing Off

Let's Call The Whole Thing Off

Jill Steeples / Jan 20, 2020

Let s Call The Whole Thing Off Reasons why you should never ever read your best friend s diary even if it has fallen to the floor pages open oh so temptingly It s morally indefensible She would never trust you again You probably

  • Title: Let's Call The Whole Thing Off
  • Author: Jill Steeples
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  • Page: 394
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  • Reasons why you should never, ever, read your best friend s diary even if it has fallen to the floor, pages open oh so temptingly It s morally indefensible She would never trust you again You probably know it all anyway So what harm could the tiniest peek do Answer Lots The best reason for never reading your best friend s diary You might just find out somethReasons why you should never, ever, read your best friend s diary even if it has fallen to the floor, pages open oh so temptingly It s morally indefensible She would never trust you again You probably know it all anyway So what harm could the tiniest peek do Answer Lots The best reason for never reading your best friend s diary You might just find out something you really didn t want to know Learning her fianc , Ed the guy she s supposed to marry this weekend is having an affair with her best friend, is a devastating bombshell for bride to be Anna Confused, hurt and absolutely livid, she hops on the first train to anywhere but here in need of some serious soul searching.Can she ever forgive Ed Who is Anna sans Ed And importantly, should she go through with the wedding or should she just call the whole thing off

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      • Jill Steeples

        Jill Steeples lives in a small market town in Bedfordshire with her husband and two children When she s not writing, she enjoys reading, walking, baking cakes, eating them and drinking wine.From an early age she fell in love with the fabulously funny romances of Jilly Cooper, and vowed, one day, she would have a go at writing one of her own.Jill loves writing short stories, particularly those with a twist in the tail, and her work has appeared in popular women s magazines around the world and in a number of charity anthologies.She is the author of seven romantic comedy novels.


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    1. I really enjoyed this book, read it in one sitting within the space of a few hours!It's the ultimate dilemma - if you found a friends diary lying open on the floor would you read it? Be honest and answer it yourself. In reality everyone would be hard pushed to say 'of course I wouldn't'!!That's the dilemma facing Anna when she finds her best friend Sophie's diary. She decides to read a page and, intrigued by what she reads, she continues to read it. But in breaking one of those best friend unwri [...]


    2. Originally written for dreamingwithopeneyesreviewsfind the whole review here: dreamingwithopeneyesreviews.bl4.5 star rating for this one!I received this book in exchange of an honest review.Thank you very much Jill Steeples for offering me to read and review your book. It was my pleasure to read it. After I started reading it, it was very hard for me to put it down to do the ordinary things in life. I was totally hooked of the story. This was the first book I've read by this author.What would yo [...]


    3. I liked the premise for this story and felt immediately engaged by Jill's writing style. The story is full of well-drawn, appealing characters and even the ones who aren't nice, are OK ;) I liked the main character, Anna and the way she relates to everyone she runs into, especially Ben and Dave. On top of that, you've got a seaside setting and a café. What's not to like? I enjoyed it so much, I've found myself unable to put it down and will be looking to read Jill's first book very soon.


    4. *Book provided by author in exchange for an honest review*The cover for this novel is amazing: so lively, catchy and beautiful. The colours are great and the bride in the middle makes it seem so alive. Let’s just say I loved it, still do of course.The beginning of this story is awesome. After a few words I was already deep in it and it turned out to be a great page turner.Reading the diary of my best friend, it would never even cross my mind, but our female lead did it and I loved the way Jill [...]


    5. When I read Jill Steeples’s debut novel Desperately Seeking Heaven last year, I thoroughly enjoyed it. It was a lovely read and I really liked Jill’s writing style, so I was ridiculously excited when Jill announce the release of her newest ebook Let’s Call The Whole Thing Off. I loved the cover, I loved the sound of it (especially as I was given a bit of a sneak preview when I interviewed her shortly after the release of Desperately Seeking Heaven) and I was chuffed when Jill offered me a [...]


    6. Anna’s story couldn’t have begun at a better place. The diary. And everything after starts to kick off layer by layer. The blurb already reveals what information she’s going to find, but what hooked me was how it got to that point of her actually realising it was in fact Ed! The more I read the more wanted to know how Anna was going to sort the huge mess Ed had put her in. The worse part of it was time was not on her side just having a couple of days to come to a sensible decision. Anna’ [...]


    7. This is a great feel-good story that smacks you with the main plotline in the very first pages - Anna discovers that her fiance, Ed, has been cheating on her with her best friend Sophie. What will she do? From the off I warmed to Anna and hoped, from the beginning, that one way or another, she would have her happy ending. This meant I could hardly put the book down.The story contains an interesting array of characters, from mysterious "Dave" to funny Neil and the seaside setting was very appeali [...]


    8. When I first started reading the book, my first reaction was why does Anna have to do the soul searching when its clearly her fiance and best friend’s fault. She should just dump him and call off the wedding because well that’s the obvious path most heroine’s in novels take. But after reading a few chapters I understood her dilemma and could understand why she leaves so abruptly after the big revelation without telling anyone the reason why.Read More


    9. This was terrible! I slogged through this book only because I started it. Anna, the main character, is, write frankly, an idiot! She just found out that her fiance, Ed, has been cheating on her with her best friend Sophie and it's 5 days before the wedding! So, instead of calling it off, or even confronting him, she runs away to think about what she is going to do. WHAT?!? I had a really difficult time identifying with her because in her position I would never be able to even consider going thro [...]


    10. I enjoyed this book taking it as a lighthearted read with a serious topic. Anna paid the price for reading her best friend's diary and the ensuing chaos of her life. She interacts with various people she meets on the way to deciding her future and inevitably there are a couple of handsome men thrown in to muddy the waters. Will she forgive her boyfriend for his misdemeanours or will she move on to fresh pastures and start all over again? Great summer beach read.





    11. The story begins with Anna finding out about her fiancé Ed, who is cheating on her before their wedding with her best friend Sophie. Anna can't believe the news she has got, though if she hadn't read her best friend's diary then she may have never found out about the affair. Anna doesn't know which way to go, she is confused, hurt, sad and angry. After, spending time thinking about what is going to happen with her wedding, she can't decide so she just decides to get away from everything and eve [...]


    12. You know what right, I have been reading some fantastic books lately I really have, but by god it's been brilliant to get back to my beloved chick-lit. Not only getting back to it, but being back with what can only be described as one truly fantastic read.Let's call the whole thing off follows Anna Who flee's to the seaside unknown to anyone (except her mate Ben) when she discovers her fiancé Ed has been cheating with her best friend and maid of honour Sophie. If that wasn't bad enough it's onl [...]


    13. My ThoughtsFirst let me say, I love these fluffy, mind candy, chick-lit stories. I would have found this one a really cute story exceptr all the whiny, self-pity party that Anna put herself through. It started off with Anna finding her BFF's diary, and finding out that her best friend and her fiancé were having an affair five days before the planned wedding.That's when Anna decided she needed some alone time to figure out what she would do, marry the two-timing cheat, or call off the wedding. F [...]


    14. A fast-paced chick-lit romance! I liked it.going through the decison main lead, Anna was facing! Anna was devastated when she came across her fiancee cheating with her best friend/roommate just days before marriage and that also, by reading her best friend's personal diary. It was really awful for her, i could really feel for her.d so, as anyone does in such a scenario, she flees to some plac else to think and get answer to the imporatant question 'should she call the whole thing off or not?'. S [...]


    15. Anna's nightmare begins the minute she starts reading her best friend's diary. Trying to convince herself that she is just trying to discover why Sophie has been so moody as of late, she powers on only to discover that Sophie has been having an affair with her fiancé, Ed. In an attempt to escape the reality that she has inadvertently forced upon herself, Anna seeks refuge in a gorgeous seaside village. With the wedding just days away, she moves herself into a five star hotel, meets a handsome s [...]


    16. One of the worst books I've ever read. And I've read plenty of this kind. From the standing point that I'm living a situation quite close to the one that the main character is living, I really could not even play the empathy card. The plot is Ok, the story that happens around it is not. Not one of the main characters is described well to understand where are they coming from, where are they going to or what happened so that their lives ended up like that. The only descriptions existing are those [...]


    17. Days before her wedding, Anna accidently stumbles across her best friend’s diary and makes a horrifying discovery, she’s been having an affair with her fiancé. The story gripped me from the start. I warmed to Anna right away, willing her to make the right decision and have a happy outcome. A good mix of interesting characters brings the story alive, from camp, witty Neil to the slightly dangerous and mysterious Dave. It’s a lovely, feel good read with plenty of witty lines, warmth and a c [...]


    18. I could not put this book down (well kindle) whilst reading this story of romance and love. A well thought out story line filled with flirting, fun and swirls of romance! The characters you instantly fell in life with (except the cheating boyfriend and the disloyal best friend) and the relationships they have are also easy to root for. Overall a really good read and I'd recommend to anyone with a passion for chick-flicks!


    19. Having enjoyed Jill Steeples' humorous yet touching writing in her first novel Desperately Seeking Heaven, I was keen to read this. I wasn't disappointed. I read the book in just one sitting. Jill creates warm and interesting characters and her easy prose carries you along. Although the book was comfortingly predictable in a way that makes it true to its rom-com genre, there was enough variation in her funny twists to make it a refreshing read. I will look forward to her next book.


    20. A Terrible Wedding Week, but a Great read!Everyone has a busy week - but few of us have weeks as packed full of incident as Anne.Jill Steeples has written the perfect book to be read on the plane on your flight to your favourite holiday destination. It cracks along at a real pace as her world is turned upside down.I'll be reading some more of Jill's books.


    21. *******SPOILERS********Absolutely adored this book! Nothing has been done today in my house because of this book





    22. I liked the story and the author's style. There was a little too many thoughts and internal dilemma in the middle of the dialogue, I would have prefered it more dynamic. Everything else was great.


    23. If you love a good girlie book about a forth coming wedding, pick this one. I loved the twists & turns. Brilliant


    24. I really enjoyed this book, and look forward to reading more by the author. Sweet and funny I read it in just a few hours as I couldn't put it down.


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