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It Felt Like a Kiss par [Manning, Sarra]
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Revue de presse

"Sarra Manning pulls you straight in with another fantastically addictive, beautifully written read." (Paige Toon, author of One Perfect Summer)

"Bright, funny, romantic - a total joy to read!" (Mhairi McFarlane, author of You Had Me At Hello)

"A sexy, modern read" (Glamour)

"A deliciously addictive tale of romance and reinvention" (Marie Claire)

"We were superglued to the pages of this book, and you'll be hooked too" (Heat)

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Ellie Cohen is living her dream. A great job at an exclusive Mayfair art gallery, loyal mates, loving family, and really, really good hair. Well, there’s the famous rock-star father who refuses to acknowledge her and a succession of ‘challenging’ boyfriends, but nobody’s perfect.

But when a vengeful ex sells Ellie out to the press, she suddenly finds herself fighting to keep her job, her reputation and her sanity. Then David Gold – handsome, charming but ruthlessly ambitious – is sent in to manage the media crisis . . . and Ellie.

David thinks she’s a gold-digger and Ellie thinks he’s a shark in a Savile Row suit, so it’s just as well that falling in love is the last thing on their minds . . .

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 2159 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 515 pages
  • Editeur : Transworld Digital (30 janvier 2014)
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  • Langue : Anglais
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J'avais tellement adoré "You don't have to say you love me" que mes attentes étaient grandes.
Je n'ai pas accroché au caractère masculin et pas trop au caractère féminin non plus d'ailleurs. Mais il y a quelque chose magique dans l'écriture de Sarra Manning (le talent peut-être ?) qui fait qu'on est accro à l'histoire, même quand on ne se projette pas dans les personnages. J'aime bien la précision de ses descriptions et ses études de caractère, les scènes semblent tellement réelles qu'on a l'impression d'être un voyeur.
ça fait du bien de trouver des auteurs de cette qualité dans la catégorie Romance pour adultes.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 velvet underground 7 février 2014
Par shomag - Publié sur
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I will say first off "You Don't Have to say You Love Me" is still my favorite (and in my top 5 all time favorite romances), but I really enjoyed this book as well. What I've noticed about Ms. Manning's characters are that they are f'ed up, strewn with baggage and issues. However, their baggage never magically disappears just because they've met "the one" and in fact, the story is about how they overcome their baggage and issues to finally be good enough to be with their one, albeit in a hilarious, heart breaking, bloodied and marred way. The men stay jackasses more or less but you see the slow improvement and the reasonings why one can fall in love with them (totally excluding the looks and money and whatever), and the same with the women. At the end I wanted to smack David and kiss him at the same time, much like Ellie wanted to. The way their story evolved, I totally bought it and I wanted more.

P.S. Vaughn and Grace make an appearance in this book. I'll be honest again and confess that Vaughn....I still can't stand him! I only liked him because Grace did but without the Grace filter...I just can't.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 I was impatient for things to happen. And I wish some things resolved differently. 7 février 2014
Par Jane - Publié sur
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I hated the jumping back and forth in time. The main story is 26-year-old Ellie in 2013. There were seventeen flashbacks to 1986 and 1987 about her mother dating and having a baby. I would have preferred the author tell the entire 1986 story first, and then the Ellie story. There was nothing major in the flashback story that needed to be saved for later. During the present day story I was impatient for things to get moving, and the flashbacks added to the impatience.

The best part was the way Ellie responded to negatives in her life. Also very good was the variety of interesting characters. Vaughn was Ellie’s boss, always angry at his employees and frequently firing Ellie but not meaning it. I liked David the lawyer who worked for scumbags which forced him to do things which hurt Ellie.

I was not happy with the plot. Some bad things were done to people and the scales were not balanced. I prefer revenge, payback, fairness. Some harmed individuals could have received compensation but they declined. That did not feel good. I wanted to see certain people suffer or something. That felt undone.

There were about eight sex scenes. They were very brief, which was ok. They were good enough to show relationships.

I really enjoyed the author’s other books “You Don’t Have to Say You Love me” and “Unsticky.”

Narrative mode: 3rd person. Kindle length 6,754 (416 pages). Swearing language: strong including religious swear words but not often used. Sexual language: strong. Number of sex scenes: about 8. Setting: 1986, 1987 and 2013 mostly London with a little Paris, France. Copyright: 2014. Genre: contemporary romance.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Another fantastic read from a brilliant author! 10 février 2014
Par Me, My Books and I - Publié sur
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Firstly I’d like to thank Madeline from Transworld Books for sending me an uncorrected proof copy to read and give an honest review. I’m a big fan of Sarra Manning’s writing (my reviews can be found on my blog) so I was extremely excited to receive her latest adult book and couldn’t wait to get started! When I realised that there were characters from a previous book included in the storyline I was even more excited about it.

The story began in Camden, London 1986 and this was something I hadn’t expected after reading the blurb. Chapter one was also set in Camden but in the present day – it continued to switch between the two dates throughout the book and it didn’t take long for me to figure out the significance of it.

Getting the low-down on Ellie’s dating history made interesting reading and I enjoyed the moment that her flatmates, Tess and Lola, told her in a brutally honest way that she only seems to date ‘lame ducks’. An eventful weekend at Glastonbury was the beginning of Ellie’s nightmare – I really liked Ellie so I found myself feeling incredibly sorry for her as she continuously seemed to get kicked in the teeth.

When David Gold was thrown into the equation I couldn’t wait to see how he and Ellie would manage to work together, especially seeing as they didn’t seem to get on very well. Their banter was so entertaining and I would have loved to have read from David’s perspective because I often found myself wondering what he was thinking.

There were so many great parts of this book but some of my favourite moments included: a penis infestation at the art gallery, an ingenious escape from a hotel, an unexpected guest at a family dinner, a heated argument on the heath and a difficult TV appearance. I also loved Ellie’s trip to Paris, the descriptions of everything were written so beautifully that I felt like I was there with her!

Towards the end there was a surprising turn of events that only succeeded in hurting Ellie even more, by this point I was feeling very protective of her character and wanted to jump into the book and sort it all out for her.

As always the writing was engaging and pulled me in with the humorous style that I have come to expect and love from this author, I found myself laughing out loud on many occasions and I felt sad when the book was coming to an end.

This was another fantastic read from a brilliant author, a MUST for all chicklit fans!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 fab read 15 février 2014
Par Jeannie Zelos - Publié sur
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It Felt Like a Kiss. Sarra Manning.

Review from Jeannie Zelos Book Reviews.

I love a good romance, one that has an added extra dimension and isn't just a sweet man meets woman HEA. I know there's a real market for those, but I need More. This book delivers that :)
Its told in chapters that vie from past to present gradually revealing the story Ellie needs to know. I'm always unsure about this as a story telling device – I love it in that it can tell parts of a story and allow the reader to feel in it, (and yes I felt I was back there with Ari in the past) and it shows another side to the story we're being told, but I also find it frustrating in that just as I get into the story of the past we're back in the present and then...just as I’m gripped by that we're back in the past. But it works well here and the chapters of the past were brief interludes, just revealing enough to make some of the present day actions of characters understandable. There's lots and lots of secrets that slowly come out, and the way Ellie's presence was revealed by the media, the twisting of situations and words, and the grasping nature of the participants who couldn't care about her reputation was sadly typical of what happens in real life. An acquaintance once told me that after the death of his son in an accident he was advised by police the only way to get rid of media was a statement. One of the reporters said to him he may as well, otherwise they'd only make one out of what facts and stories were available – regardless of their veracity. Sad world when one has to deal with that amidst grief :(
Anyway – back to the book....I loved it, had a horrible feeling the way the romance – or lack of – between Ellie and David was going that we were in for a cliffhanger and second book, but thankfully no – this is a stand alone. They had an instant attraction and then they met in different circumstances, and both let their prejudices affect how they acted, especially David. Downside of the job I guess seeing human nature at its worst. He was a lovely man but had let life and the horror he worked with daily affect him adversely, and become a real cynic. Ellie was totally the other way, always seeing the good in people, always trying to help and yet sadly always being used by some people, though she had a fabulous network of family and close friends who were a great support.
Its a book that shows other things than just romance, how easy it is for life to crash down, how hard it can be to stay positive, how money v loving family works. The romance of course is paramount, with the attraction between them sizzling and yet each trying to hold back. David seems to take on a different persona even, and he's hot one moment and freezing the next, but gradually his feelings get past his tight control and when they do get together sparks fly. Paris was certainly the city of love!
So, a great read, something extra to get stuck into and make the novel much more than a standard, average, low key romance, just what I love. Fabulous mix of characters too – lots of emotion, highs and lows, and things to think about. Its fabulous value too at £4.99 for a massive 576 pages (hurrah!)

ARC supplied via Netgalley.
Stars: five – fabulous read.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 It Felt Like 2 octobre 2014
Par ReadRun - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
4 Stars! I really enjoyed reading the story of Ellie (Velvet) and her mum. Actually the flash backs to 1986 seemed a bit much for me. Seemed like it could have been wrapped up in a prologue. After a few times, I skimmed to get the idea of what was going on as I loved getting back to reading the present (Ellie's story). When she first meets marathon running/lawyer David at the festival it all seemed like it should have been magic from the start. It could have been lovely except for all the complications, sigh! Her crap boyfriend at the time shows up by her side and then starts the ball rolling in a fun/angst romantic story. This is the second book I've read by Sarra Manning and I'll be reading more.
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