She's like one of those big scary vicious dogs with the German names. It just didn't hold my interest. Soon, though, things begin falling apart for Holly at her new job when she gets dumped, gets back-stabbed, and an old flame joins the Holly is a new receptionist at a huge, bustling bank. We soon find out that this friend played a major role in her life, but not until the last moments of the book. Andrea--It really is awfully long. Holly Denham is a fictional author created by Bill Hutton-Surie. You would definitely buy this book.
I really wanted to Goodreads' 2 star review means 'it was okay', and that's what I thought of this book. Jennie From: Holly To: Jennie Pithwait xxxx Thanks Jennie. The person reading it became so addicted to the ex-employee's personal life, she nearly cried when she was told she had to stop reading it and get back to work. As I made my way through the emails, I found myself drawn into the life of a sensitive, caring woman who is looking for a bit of love herself. .
Young - Nov '10 Legs. The character Holly isn't based on anyone in particular, however I think a lot of her quirkiness has come from my wife - she's very quirky. The whole book is in a set of emails and is quite an easy read. Not to mention that Holly is very Bridget Jones-esque, yet not quite so incompetent. How did the idea for Holly come about? The readers are fabulous, I've made so many honest, genuine, sweet people through this, it's like a little community, we all know each other now, and welcome newbies warmly.
Not to mention that Holly's been keeping a secret from everyone - and the past is about to catch up with her. What would you say to people who claim that men can't write chick lit? Holly From: Jennie Pithwait To: Holly He was fine. Not to mention that Holly's been keeping a secret from everyone - and the past is about to catch up with her. Got any problemsdon't shout whatever you do. What time are toilet breaks? From: Patricia Gillot To: Holly Any time you can't hold on, darlinalso, it's just Trish. There's a chance you'll recommend it to a friend, but it wouldn't go on your keeper shelf.
Holly Denham could have benefited from a much harsher editor. The drama, the chaos and the complicated characters are too funny; you'll be guessing til the end what everyone's big secrets are, and being privy to their confidential email proves to be just the way to unveil everything about each of them that you might not otherwise have known. I was quite surprised to learn my library owned a copy and was first on the wait list. The story was strong enough or the conflict tight enough, so even when the book faltered, it was able to draw you back in and keep you. I'm sure I'll be very happy; everyone has been so welcoming.
There were also some problems about minor characters at the end of the book I. Very little really happens - the plot-based emails are interspersed with the kind of emails most women working in offices get: horoscopes, offers of cheap flights, money-laundering requests from Nigerian princes - but Holly's voice is so real that I was just as happy reading about her struggles to get her broken washing machine collected by the manufacturer as I was to read about her weekend in Spain with James. From: Alice and Matt To: Holly Oh dear, by the way, thanks for agreeing to bring out our parcel. It is fun seeing emails appearing in real time again. If you wanted to natter; you should've taken a job in a salon.
How popular is your site? I understand you are new here and it's difficult to begin with until you get your bearings; however, you should know Jane Jenkins has priority over other staff. You don't like her though she's a bit of a marriage breaker can't tell you who it is. Over half of the novel which alt As a fan of books such as Bridget Jones Diary, Meg Cabot's The Boy Next Door and Boy Meets Girl, I had already read a variety of books that use the email, or epistolary format in telling the story. But what was the point of the Pregnant Pam character?? How do you think Holly's Inbox will go in America? It's not hearty reading, but a fun time if you can hang in there and wait for the main action. Whether purchased by me, borrowed from the library or received for free, opinions are my own -- and my reviews are not influenced by the means through which the book landed in my hands. If Holly's Inbox was made into a movie, who do you see playing you? I said it was your first day. It's her first day as a receptionist at a London investment bank and inexperienced Holly is struggling.
I couldn't wait to begin reading Holly's e-mails. Maybe they can't, or maybe Marian Keyes is a balding rugby player from Bath. Best to contact the British Embassy in Spain. Not a wall-banger, but nothing you'd re-read. Holly is positive that Trish hates her. I should have told you what Mr Huerst looked like; lucky he was so forgiving, even when you told him he needed an appointment.
Vásárlás után kérjük, hogy bármilyen probléma esetén az e-mailben küldött címen vagy telefonon lépjen velünk kapcsolatba! So I read this bloated novel that started out as a cute idea, Have you ever wanted to peek into someone else's inbox? I hope they can't - it makes me happier that I've achieved something then - I loved writing it - I think my sense of humour is much more in line with women's and I totally stink at writing like a man I've been trying to get something published my whole life as a man and failed miserably. There was not a boring page. Yours truly Shella To Holly Standard Course Remember: If the mountain won't come to Mohammed, it could be because mountains are big and heavy and don't move much. You will stay up all night reading this book. Because of this revealing taking so long, it felt like the romance was squeezed in at the very end, instead of having the reader spend the majority of the book hoping they would get together and letting that suspense build.
This is book is for lovers over Bridget Jones, it has a bit of that feel. I'm terrible at both, although I reply to everyone who mails me something. The first book Holly's Inbox was out last year; the sequel Holly's Inbox: Scandal in the City is out in June. I hope they can't - it makes me happier that I've achieved something then - I loved writing it - I think my sense of humour is much more in line with women's and I totally stink at writing like a man I've been trying to get something published my whole life as a man and failed miserably. I really wanted to know Holly's back-story with Toby. So glad you're working here, sorry about the misunderstanding yesterday.