Thursday, 26 June 2014

Review - The All or Nothing Girl by Amanda Egan

What happens when your comfortable life is suddenly denied you? 

When the Chanel make up’s dried up, the designer gear’s been flogged on eBay and the Persian rug has been well and truly pulled out from under you? 

Meet Francesca Milton-Harris as she realises that one ‘little mistake’ is going to change her life in ways she could never have imagined. 

The All or Nothing Girl … 
because sometimes you have to lose it all to see how much more you can gain. 


I have read and loved every one of Amanda's books and think this is her best one yet. This book is one girl experiencing two massive learning journies from start to finish. A new mom learning how to love her baby and a spoilt little rich girl learning to live in the real world when she's down and out.  Meet Fran! 

The character of Tracey is amazing. Such a great person who is good through and through and once Fran realises that, they form a great friendship that no-one will come between. Really would love Tracey to be my best mate! 

There were lots of laughs along the way which I always expect and am never disappointed with in an Amanda Egan book and lots of other emotions along the way. 

Amanda's writing gets stronger in every book she writes. Always look forward to her new books as they are so enjoyable and so very entertaining. 

A brilliant book, highly recommended. 

You can buy the book which is available today here: 




Amanda Egan was born and bred in London, and trained professionally as an actress. After many years of procrastination, she has turned her hand to writing Chick/Mummy-lit. She focused more on her writing after her son developed school phobia when he was 11 and she had to hang around his school in the background while he regained his confidence. In her spare time, she loves to read anything from Maeve Binchy, Jill Mansell, and Penny Vincenzi to Noel Coward, Dostoevsky and Zola. She also love crafts and entertaining, particularly hosting themed dinner parties. 

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1 comment:

Krystol Diggs said...

Looks like a good read!