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K's wife Maggie that it began to dawn on Pru that there was to this weekend than met the eye It looked like a non stop game of changing partners Readers love Jilly Cooper 'Unputdownable' Marian Keyes'Joyful and mischievous' Jojo Moyes'The funniest and sharpest writer there is' Jenny Colgan'Flawlessly entertaining' Helen Fieldin. I really like Jilly Cooper and I especially like this series This was not the strongest among them others of her b

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Prudence

Decaying mansion in the Lake District and family were his glamorous scatty mother who forgot the mounting bills by throwing wild parties and brothers Ace dark and forbidding and Jack handsome married and only too ready to take over with Pru if Pendle didn't get a move on It was only when she noticed the way Pendle looked at Jac. While waiting for Wicked to come out I bought up a bunch of these old girl name books out of desperate desire for

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A light hearted fun and romantic romp from the much loved classic authorThe trouble with the Mulholland family Prudence decided was that they were all in love with the wrong people She'd been overjoyed when Pendle her super cool barrister boyfriend invited her home for the weekend to meet his family But home turned out to be a. Prudence our eponymous heroine lives in a rarified world where heartbreak leads you to mindlessly feed your kitten


10 thoughts on “Prudence

  1. says:

    In my opinion this is the best of Jilly Cooper's romance books In her simple flowing style she creates a uniue atmosphere fairytale landscapes and strong characters Prudence is the prototype of every single romantic young woman looking for l

  2. says:

    Prudence our eponymous heroine lives in a rarified world where heartbreak leads you to mindlessly feed your kitten a tin of lobster ma

  3. says:

    Jilly Cooper's kind of a guilty pleasure for me I very rarely use that phrase to describe books since a it's horribly overused and b I believe the point of books is to make the reader feel and if they can do that they've served their purpose regardless of what critics sayBut I do feel a little bad sometimes about my love for Jilly Her books are at times sexist racist xenophobic homophobic and misogynistic and it shows in these older ones

  4. says:

    I'm not exactly sure how I feel about Prudence The story is set in the 1970s or 1980s and the attitudes during that periodwere interesting Anyway I don't think the story picked up until Pru went to the country Even then though I fel

  5. says:

    While battling with Crime and Punishment I thought I'd give myself a break and read something less negative for a bit as I was getting ill weirdly at the same time as the main character and all that darkness wasn't helping me feel betterI LO

  6. says:

    While waiting for Wicked to come out I bought up a bunch of these old girl name books out of desperate desire for new Jilly Cooper They were a pleasant enough diversion not up to the splendor of the Rutshire books best trashy novel series EVER

  7. says:

    I really like Jilly Cooper and I especially like this series This was not the strongest among them others of her books has made me gasp in sur

  8. says:

    I read a lot of Jilly Cooper when I was a young teenager and learned an awful lot from her I loved it at the time and think its about time I read them all again

  9. says:

    Classic Jilly in snippet form Looking forward to her new book being released in Sept sometime I miss the old set terribly

  10. says:

    In ‘Prudence’ 23 year old Prudence is intrigued by detached intelligent barrister Pendle After playing it cool with her he invites her to meet his family She eagerly accepts only to be pleasantly surprised by the chaos and drama of the Mulholland family –glamorous irresponsible Rose mother handsome married Jack brother and mysterious Ace stepbrother Soon it is evident that Pendle and Jack’s wife Maggie have eyes

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