The sparkling new romantic comedy novel by the author of THE TRIALS OF TIFFANY TROTT. Everyone likes radio reporter Minty -- she's so terribly nice. But being nice doesn't save her from being jilted at the very altar by her attractive but domineering fiance Dominic. Ditched rather than hitched, a shocked Minty takes stock, and, on her husbandless honeymoon, she vows to become just a little less 'nice'. Joined by her fiery cousin Amber, whom no one could describe as sweet-natured, Minty sets out on a Quest for the Self, in which she will finally learn how to say 'No'. But Dominic's devastating desertion has left her with an unhealed wound. For if the man she loved could do that to her, then how can any man be trusted? But then Minty stumbles upon the real reason for Dominic's dreadful defection. Faced with the ugly truth, she prepares to move on, let go, and learn how to say 'Yes' once more.
"synopsis" may belong to another edition of this title.
Isabel Wolff is a trained actress and radio journalist who has built a strong career as a freelance journalist of radio, television and print. THE TRIALS OF TIFFANY TROTT was her brilliantly successful first novel.
"About this title" may belong to another edition of this title.
Book Description Harper Collins Pb, 1999. Paperback. Book Condition: New. First Edition. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0006513409