This Could Change Everything by Jill Mansell

This Could Change Everything

International bestseller Jill Mansell crafts the perfect summertime tale, filled with love, friendship, and the power of redemption. You'll laugh, you'll cry, and you'll never want the story to end.All it takes is one email to end her relationship, get her kicked out of her apartment, and just about ruin her life. Essie Phillips never meant for her private rant about her boss to be sent to everyone in her address book, but as soon as it goes vira...


Details This Could Change Everything

TitleThis Could Change Everything
ISBN9781492664222
Author
Release DateJun 5th, 2018
PublisherSourcebooks Landmark
GenreWomens Fiction, Chick Lit, Romance, Fiction, Contemporary
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Reviews This Could Change Everything

  • I read novels
    1970-01-01
    Five ginormous stars. I can always rely on my favourite author Jill Mansell to tell a page turning story with characters that I adore. Oh dear why did Essie start to write insults about her boyfriends mother? This could have been her future mother in law. Essie wrote things about her boyfriends mother on her laptop and disaster happens when it all goes viral. It wasn't Essie that sent the insults about Paul's mother viral, no it was someone else ...
  • Cressida McLaughlin
    1970-01-01
    This book is gorgeous, romantic, life-affirming perfection. I’ve been lost in it all day and never wanted to be found.
  • Kathryn
    1970-01-01
    This Could Change Everything by Jill Mansell was a joy to read. One of those books you can just pick up and relax into. It was a great mix of wonderful and endearing characters, with a little fun and a bit of romance thrown in. I loved Zillah, what a character, the kind of person I'd love to be at eighty three. She was warm and generous, loves dressing up and going out and having a good time, yet very thoughtful of others. She's quite human so ha...
  • Niek Emm
    1970-01-01
    heerlijk boek om te lezen ♡
  • Chelsea Lowe
    1970-01-01
    An enjoyable, well-written, but incredibly predictable plot. If you don't suss out what's going to happen after reading the first 5 chapters, you need to see your doctor!I love Jill Mansell's books. To date, there has only been one of her books I haven't enjoyed, which is good odds I think. You know what you're getting with Mansell - she'll give you a plethora of characters, intermingled storylines, some twists, and a happy ending. It's classic, ...
  • Anne Marie H
    1970-01-01
    Having read afew Jill Mansell books, I was really excited when this one fell through my letterbox. It's one of those lighthearted, easy to read, romance stories, but I loved it all the same. Essie has alittle too much to drink and stupidly writes a 'round robin' email to her best friend, under the assumption that nobody will ever get to read it. You can guess how that turns out!!! With no home, no boyfriend and no job, Essie is forced to move int...
  • Fayzaan Shaba
    1970-01-01
    "Why do people have to pretend their lives are perfect? All it does make other people feel like failures. Why can't they be honest about what's going on?"Everyday we do things that are capable of changing everything, and that's what makes life exciting."Some people here are fussing about the plot that it was too predictable and all. What are you reading a Mystery/Thriller ? Well, there is something in "Jill Mansell" way of writing once you start ...
  • Billie
    1970-01-01
    Zillah!!!!!
  • Agi
    1970-01-01
    A proud owner of all Jill Mansell's books speaking here (I must take a photo of them all standing on my bookshelf, totally) - no need to mention that I of course have read them all, and loved all of them, without exception. Every new release from this author is impatiently awaited by yours truly. The beautiful orange cover of this brand new offer from Ms Mansell catches your eye immediately - I can't recall a book cover in such lovely, warm colou...
  • Anne
    1970-01-01
    Essie is settled. She's living with her boyfriend Paul, she has a job and all is going well. It's almost Christmas and Essie and her friend Scarlett are chuckling over a Round Robin letter sent by friends of Paul's family. Essie's decision to write her own version of the Christmas Round Robin seems like the funniest of jokes .... until the next morning, when she wakes up to find that the letter has been forwarded to everyone in her contacts list....
  • Laura
    1970-01-01
    I absolutely adore reading a Jill Mansell novel and with every new one I indulge in, I gain a new favourite as Jill's writing never fails to captivate me and her stories are always fresh.This Could Change Everything is no exception and as with most of Jill's books, she expertly takes a handful of characters and entwines their worlds, bringing the characters and their stories together.In This Could Change Everything the main characters are Essie, ...
  • Laura
    1970-01-01
    It’s been a while since I read a Jill Mansell, I happened to stumble across this and the synopsis sounded fantastic so I picked it up. I knew from the start what was going to happen in this book, there were a few twists and turns but essentially I knew. But that’s ok, these books are all about the journey. Such fantastic characters, who feel real and who I really connected with. I loved the was Jill intertwined their lives and told such a ful...
  • Vickie Richens
    1970-01-01
    Love Jill Mansell books and this was no exception stayed up into the night to finish it.
  • Best Crime Books & More
    1970-01-01
    LOVE, LOVE, LOVE Jill Mansell and always have done. The fact that she is still churning out amazing books after 25 years as an Author amazes me, but just shows how truly talented she is. This book has an absolute corker of an opening. Essie is finally settled and living with her boyfriend Paul, when one evening her friend Scarlett visits and they both have a few too many wines. The next morning she is horrified to realise that she has unwittingly...
  • Audri
    1970-01-01
    Originally posted on the blog Fiction and FrostingWell that was a complete surprise. I didn’t really know what I was getting into, but it was definitely not getting succumbed this much into the story. I don’t think I can even fully comprehend everything. So I’ll try and keep this short.At first I felt lost because there were so many characters to keep in mind and it was written in third-person POV. I’m not a huge fan of books with this pe...
  • Ann
    1970-01-01
    I like Jill Mansell books. They always leave you feeling good and happy. This story is slightly predictable but you won't care. Essie's life is going well. She and Paul are living together and heading toward marriage until one night she writes a Christmas newletter as a joke and is mortified to discover it got sent to everyone on her email list, including Paul's family. But life has a new pathway for Essie to follow and the journey is a happy one...
  • Ellen
    1970-01-01
    If life is getting you down, a dose of Jill Mansell is an instant cure! As in her previous books, the celebration of life and love after various missed opportunities is evident. Essie is living with Paul when a sarcastic Christmas letter is mistakenly sent to everyone on her email address list. A chance meeting brings her to Zillah, an eighty three year old woman who is an amazing character, full of humor and goodness. Highly recommended for a pi...
  • Elle
    1970-01-01
    Leuk boek weer van Jill Mansell! Het middenstuk vond ik wel te lang doorkabbelen, maar het komt uiteindelijk mooi bij mekaar allemaal.
  • Janet Emson
    1970-01-01
    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...
  • Hannah
    1970-01-01
    I really enjoy Jill Mansell novels on the whole. This was a fun novel with great characters and a fun setting!
  • Prachi Pati
    1970-01-01
    So, I had got my library membership, and was itching to rent a book to read, since I didn’t want to pick up my kindle yet, and didn’t want to buy another book either. So I went to the library with the intention of renting something easy and light hearted to read and spent an hour going through the book shelves, but could not find any of the books I had on my mind (long waitlist apparently, sigh). So I checked out the ‘Hot List’ section of...
  • Book Gannet
    1970-01-01
    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 ...
  • Anita Vine
    1970-01-01
    Getting a bit sameses
  • Barbara Patterson
    1970-01-01
    After reading all the reviews of people who loved this book I feel bad giving it two stars. I found it too predictable and lacking depth. I guess not my type of book...
  • Lauren Tess'x
    1970-01-01
    I absolutely fell in love with this book.Why did Essie write that round-robin, the one that went viral… it was only meant to be a bit fun between Essie and her friend Scarlett, it was never meant to hurt anyone… until it got sent, that is.Essie soon finds herself homeless and jobless, can she turn her life around?This story, the characters, everything about this book kept me reading and unable to put my book down.This book faces some thought-...
  • Joan
    1970-01-01
    Sometimes a disaster can change into a blessing if you are prepared to give it time. This is what Essie found out when a round-robin letter that she’s written to her best friend was forwarded to her whole address book with disastrous results. She lost her job because of it but worse still her boyfriend threw her out of their home and finished with her. What’s more she became notorious because the press got hold of the story and gave it their ...
  • Hannah Clarke (Love Books Actually)
    1970-01-01
    Find my reviews on my blog! http://lovebooksactually.blogspot.co....Stored away on my phone is a lit of ALL the books by Jill Mansell and I have made it my mission to read them all! I currently have 13 books waiting ever so patiently to be read and a part of me wants to rush through them all but a little part of me likes that I still have 13 brilliant books to be opened and 13 lots of fab characters who I will instantly love. Jill Mansell is back...
  • Megan Jones
    1970-01-01
    If Essie had not written the letter, the one that only her best friend was meant to see, then she would still be living the life of a proper grown-up, living with Paul in his perfect cottage, perhaps even planning their wedding. On the other side, if her true feelings had not captured the internet then she never would have met Zillah and Conor, as well as Lucas. If this had happened then she never would have found out how much life there is to be...
  • Peg
    1970-01-01
    I have read several books by Jill Mansell and have never been disappointed. Her latest book, This Could Change Everything, is no exception. I absolutely loved it; the characters, the plot, the humor. The characters are lifelike, and crafted with, quirky personalities, raw emotion and witty dialogue. My two favorite characters are Zillah and Essie. Zillah is an eccentric and warmhearted senior, and Essie, a witty and thoughtful woman who is rentin...
  • Dee
    1970-01-01
    Essie is a flighty gal with a heart of gold. She is living with her boyfriend and working for his mother. Life is “a bit of all right”. Paul’s apartment is great, he treats her well, and things seem like they are on track.One evening after imbibing with her bff Scarlett, they agree to write an HONEST round-robin Christmas letter. The letter will only be shared between the 2 of them, but it must be filled with truth. Essie sits down and pour...