Tutti mentono, persino a se stessi. Nina Gregory era convinta che, nel momento in cui il padre avesse deciso di ritirarsi, lei sarebbe stata pronta a prendere in mano l’impresa di famiglia. Intanto si è costruita una carriera in politica, diventando una delle migliori speech writer di New York. In fondo c’è tempo, il padre rimarrà al timone della compagnia ancora per anni. Invece lui muore all’improvviso e a Nina crolla il mondo addosso: non è affatto preparata ad abbandonare tutto quello che ha costruito, per intraprendere un cammino scelto da altri. Era una bugia. E il problema con le bugie è che, smascherata una, è molto più difficile ignorare tutte le altre. Come le piccole incongruenze del fidanzato, quando le racconta dove ha passato la serata. O i silenzi dei dirigenti dell’azienda, di fronte a operazioni poco limpide. A poco a poco, Nina apre gli occhi su una scomoda verità: la sua vita non era completa e appagante, era solamente falsa. E ora che il suo futuro è appeso a un filo, senza nessuno accanto di cui potersi fidare, è una preda circondata da squali. È quindi arrivato il momento di guardare in faccia la realtà e iniziare a combattere per ciò che vuole davvero.
Perché la felicità arriva quando trovi il coraggio di essere sincera, soprattutto con te stessa.
- ISBN: 8842932051
- Casa Editrice: Nord
- Pagine: 386
Angsty. Relatable. Redemptive. Heartfelt. Sweet. To say that I was eager to get my hands on Jill Santopolo ’s latest release is quite the understatement. And now, on the other side—with those mighty expectations I’d built up during the wait having been met— my heart is content . Likely, readers will find Leggi tutto
3 Stars.A novel that was well told, but unfortunately, not felt with my heart. What do you do when your life’s actions and decisions are made for you? For Nina, you follow them. Nina is a woman whose life has always come naturally, her relationship with her father, college, work and Tim, her best fr Leggi tutto
What happens when you start to discover the person you most admired, the truths you most believed in, aren’t what you thought? In Jill Santopolo's More Than Words that question is examined in great detail. Nina Gregory is the third-generation of the famed Gregory family, owners of two of New York
Nina, Nina, Nina. You just didn't really work for me therefore this was just an okay read. I didn't dislike you or anything but given the tough stuff you were dealing with in the book, I wish I would have felt more of a connection to you. This is a story of a woman who has the type of wealth and priv Leggi tutto
In her second adult novel Santopolo gives us extremely beautiful prose, introducing us with interesting and lovely characters! More Than Words is one of my most anticipated book of the Year and it didn't dissapoint me, you'll get hooked by the amazing writings while devouring this book, it really is Leggi tutto
In More Than Words Nina Gregory is thrown for a loop following the death of her father, the owner of Gregory Hotels. In the aftermath of this devastating loss, Nina discovers a family secret, causing her to question who she is and what she really wants. Does Nina follow the carefully outlined life h Leggi tutto
More Than Words is barely a story. Hotel heiress Nina Gregory's father is dying. Her mother died when she was eight. (Oh, various parental mysteries!) Her boyfriend, childhood friend Tim, wants to get married. Nina is attracted to Rafael, mayoral candidate for New York City whose campaign she's part Leggi tutto
I loved "The Light We Lost"(5 stars for me) so when I saw that Jill Santopolo had another novel being released, I had to request a copy!! In that book, Lucy struggled to resolve her feelings for 'the one who got away" with “the one who took his place”. In this book, you'll meet Nina, heiress to the G Leggi tutto
The Light We Lost by Jill Santopolo didn't really work for me, but I wanted to give the author another try because although I didn't love that particular story, I did love Santopolo's magical and eloquent writing style. I'm so glad I decided to read her newest novel! More Than Words was a captivatin Leggi tutto
2.5 stars rounded up to 3 stars I decided to read this book because I had read this author Jill Santopolo’s earlier novel The Light We Lost back in 2017 and liked the story well enough, even though with that book, the characters didn’t work for me and the emotional aspect was lacking – however ev Leggi tutto
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