The hardest part of love is moving on…
It's been a year since Ellie Kendall's husband, Jamie, was killed in an accident, but she's still haunted by his memory. In fact, she finds herself talking to him regularly. At the urging of Jamie's successful actor father Tony, Ellie moves to London's glamorous Primrose Hill, where nobody knows her past…
But even in her new home—and with her hardworking new boss, Zack McLaren; and Jamie's best friend Todd to distract her—Ellie can't seem to leave Jamie behind. Will Ellie stay stuck in the past? Or will she realize the man of her dreams is flesh and blood—and right in front of her eyes…
Discover why readers across the globe can't get enough of Jill Mansell's poignant, funny love stories. You'll laugh and cry—at the same time!
Praise for Staying at Daisy's:
"Love and laughter prevail… this screwball romantic comedy piles on the humor and humanity for a clever, absorbing, and very enjoyable read." —Publishers Weekly
"Daisy and Dev are wonderful, charming, stubborn people surrounded by a well-written cast of unique characters." —RT Book Reviews
"Priceless… Jill Mansell delivers on every page." a—The Romance Studio"
Bestselling Brit Mansell (Staying at Daisy's) delivers a romantic and lighthearted story about a woman's struggle to overcome grief and the quirky people who help her along the way. Ellie Kendall has the most perfect, happy life until her most wonderful, sexy husband, Jamie, is killed in a car accident. Months later, Ellie is deep in mourning and engaging in regular conversation with the deceased Jamie when her movie-star father-in-law, Tony, and her funky ex pop music star friend, Roo, step in to help her recover. Soon Ellie lands a fab new job, and hunky boyfriend prospects begin falling in her path. A montage of soap opera like tragedies and mishaps follow as Ellie's friends each deal with their own romantic upsets while Ellie continues to pine for her dead husband. When she suspects that her new Mr. Right is standing right in front of her, she realizes it's time to put Jamie to rest. Despite eye-rolling clich s, chick lit aficionados and Mansell's copious fans will eat this story up. Others will enjoy feeling warm and fuzzy, at least short term.