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Fiona Walker (born Isle of Wight 1969) is a British author of contemporary women’s fiction. She has been popularly dubbed ‘the Jilly Cooper of the Cosmo generation’.

Fiona Walker (born Isle of Wight 1969) is a British author of contemporary women’s fiction. Fiona Walker studied drama at the University of London before embarking upon a brief career in advertising. Her first novel, French Relations, was published when she was in her early twenties. She lives with her partner and their two daughters in rural Warwickshire. French Relations (1994).

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ISBN13: 978-0340765876

ISBN: 0340765879

Author: Fiona Walker

Category: Literature and Fiction

Subcategory: Contemporary

Language: English

Publisher: CORONET AUSTRALIA; New Ed edition (January 5, 2000)

Pages: 794 pages

ePUB size: 1602 kb

FB2 size: 1833 kb

Rating: 4.6

Votes: 417

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Thiama
Before I read this book I was quite excited by the prospect of tackling a book that was over my normal 350 page novel. Finally a book that would take me more than a day to read! Little did I know that it was going to be stubborn determination that got me through this lengthy long winded, boring novel.

Meet Tash, she's not the prettiest girl, not the most confident, and has been pining away for her childhood crush Hugo for what seems like forever. Upon a split with her boyfriend she goes to vacation with her family and oh does the love chaos ensue. Hugo, her crush is there and true to form he is the biggest egocentric jerk I've ever had the misfortune to read about. He feels the need to treat Tash like dirt for most of the novel and for the most part she just takes it lying down. Nials, a friend of Tash's brother also joins the family on holiday and while trying to get over his ex-wife falls into a drunken drug-induced stupor for most of the novel. While he's sorting through his enormous amount of emotional baggage he finds comfort in the warm awkward heart of Tash. There's some other subplots in here too, but there were just way too many to mention. Keep in mind that this is all happening over 800 some pages so there is a lot of needless blathering that could have been eliminated.

This book was just way too long. What had at first made me excited to read it made me want to poke my eyes out about halfway through. I just couldn't like Tash's complete lack of self worth and ability to always let everyone walk all over her. There were too many characters involved, maybe its my terrible American attention span but I felt my mind wandering more often than not while reading this novel.
Thiama
Before I read this book I was quite excited by the prospect of tackling a book that was over my normal 350 page novel. Finally a book that would take me more than a day to read! Little did I know that it was going to be stubborn determination that got me through this lengthy long winded, boring novel.

Meet Tash, she's not the prettiest girl, not the most confident, and has been pining away for her childhood crush Hugo for what seems like forever. Upon a split with her boyfriend she goes to vacation with her family and oh does the love chaos ensue. Hugo, her crush is there and true to form he is the biggest egocentric jerk I've ever had the misfortune to read about. He feels the need to treat Tash like dirt for most of the novel and for the most part she just takes it lying down. Nials, a friend of Tash's brother also joins the family on holiday and while trying to get over his ex-wife falls into a drunken drug-induced stupor for most of the novel. While he's sorting through his enormous amount of emotional baggage he finds comfort in the warm awkward heart of Tash. There's some other subplots in here too, but there were just way too many to mention. Keep in mind that this is all happening over 800 some pages so there is a lot of needless blathering that could have been eliminated.

This book was just way too long. What had at first made me excited to read it made me want to poke my eyes out about halfway through. I just couldn't like Tash's complete lack of self worth and ability to always let everyone walk all over her. There were too many characters involved, maybe its my terrible American attention span but I felt my mind wandering more often than not while reading this novel.
Arabella V.
This was the first Fiona walker book I ever read (about ten years ago) and I've been hooked on her ever since. I've just read this book for the second time. Over the years I've read all three books about Tash. She is a gorgeous, lovable character, and someone I could easily be friends with. Fiona Walker is probably my favorite author.
Arabella V.
This was the first Fiona walker book I ever read (about ten years ago) and I've been hooked on her ever since. I've just read this book for the second time. Over the years I've read all three books about Tash. She is a gorgeous, lovable character, and someone I could easily be friends with. Fiona Walker is probably my favorite author.
Laitchai
This book is fun. It involves a young twenty-something, Tash French, who has lost her job and her boyfriend and is on her way to her mother's mansion in France to spend the summer with her eccentric family. There are days by the pool, trips to the farmer's market, and a raucious party that make for a fun summer read. Along the way, Tash is romanced by multiple suitors, some of whom are less than ideal.

Tash French is a likable character, if a bit wishy washy. She can't seem to make up her mind about who and what she wants. In spite of this, I found myself rooting for her to get it together.

I love makeover stories, and this book had a bit of that element to it. However, it was way too long. At 800 pages, the book could have been cut in half and still made a formidable read. There were too many characters and plot points, and I found myself skipping the sections which revolved around Tash's annoying raver cousin, Marcus. There is a lot of exposition (including far too many dream sequences). After all of the (looong) build-up, you'd expect to get a more satisfying ending. However, it seems to end abruptly without a lot of insight into the happily-ever-after that I tend to expect from chick lit such as this.

Despite these foibles, the scenes of French life and lazy days in a chateau in France really made for an escapist read. I recommend the book, but don't expect to devour it in one sitting!
Laitchai
This book is fun. It involves a young twenty-something, Tash French, who has lost her job and her boyfriend and is on her way to her mother's mansion in France to spend the summer with her eccentric family. There are days by the pool, trips to the farmer's market, and a raucious party that make for a fun summer read. Along the way, Tash is romanced by multiple suitors, some of whom are less than ideal.

Tash French is a likable character, if a bit wishy washy. She can't seem to make up her mind about who and what she wants. In spite of this, I found myself rooting for her to get it together.

I love makeover stories, and this book had a bit of that element to it. However, it was way too long. At 800 pages, the book could have been cut in half and still made a formidable read. There were too many characters and plot points, and I found myself skipping the sections which revolved around Tash's annoying raver cousin, Marcus. There is a lot of exposition (including far too many dream sequences). After all of the (looong) build-up, you'd expect to get a more satisfying ending. However, it seems to end abruptly without a lot of insight into the happily-ever-after that I tend to expect from chick lit such as this.

Despite these foibles, the scenes of French life and lazy days in a chateau in France really made for an escapist read. I recommend the book, but don't expect to devour it in one sitting!
Vareyma
It's always nice to come back to characters you know - but this is not my favorite Fiona Walker novel.
Vareyma
It's always nice to come back to characters you know - but this is not my favorite Fiona Walker novel.
Renthadral
A truly entertaining and really funny read and I could not put it down. I can't wait to read Fiona's next book.
Renthadral
A truly entertaining and really funny read and I could not put it down. I can't wait to read Fiona's next book.
Hellstaff
I got into Fiona Walker after reading Jilly Cooper (another English author). I had bought all of Jilly's book and was hoping to find another Brit author as good as Jilly and Amazon recommended Fiona Walker.
I then went on a shopping spree and bought most of Fiona's book. I started with French Relations since it was her first book. At first I was disappointed because it did not "suck" me in like Jilly's book but I perservered and struggled throught the first chapter. I don't know what happened but once I got into reading the book, I could not stop.
The book is about a girl named Tash who is asked to spend the summer with her family in a French chateau. She really doesn't want to spend the summer with her neurotic family but decides to do it when she breaks up with her boyfriend.
You then move on to the Chateau where you will meet her family, friends and foe. The main characters in this book are Tash, a dashing actor named Niall and a gorgeous sportsman named Hugo. I won't give the plot away only to say that Tash is torn between these two men.
This book is different because Tash is unlike most heroine. She is not described as beautiful, graceful or feminine. She is actually klutzy, shy, tomboyish and thinks of herself as a freak because she has different colored eyes. I like the fact that the author has made a heroine that we could relate to. The fact that she has such a dysfunctional family and is so unsure of herself makes me root for Tash.
Buy this book and read it along with Well Groomed. You will thoroughly enjoy Tash and her family and you will get a taste of Fiona Walker. I love her......
Hellstaff
I got into Fiona Walker after reading Jilly Cooper (another English author). I had bought all of Jilly's book and was hoping to find another Brit author as good as Jilly and Amazon recommended Fiona Walker.
I then went on a shopping spree and bought most of Fiona's book. I started with French Relations since it was her first book. At first I was disappointed because it did not "suck" me in like Jilly's book but I perservered and struggled throught the first chapter. I don't know what happened but once I got into reading the book, I could not stop.
The book is about a girl named Tash who is asked to spend the summer with her family in a French chateau. She really doesn't want to spend the summer with her neurotic family but decides to do it when she breaks up with her boyfriend.
You then move on to the Chateau where you will meet her family, friends and foe. The main characters in this book are Tash, a dashing actor named Niall and a gorgeous sportsman named Hugo. I won't give the plot away only to say that Tash is torn between these two men.
This book is different because Tash is unlike most heroine. She is not described as beautiful, graceful or feminine. She is actually klutzy, shy, tomboyish and thinks of herself as a freak because she has different colored eyes. I like the fact that the author has made a heroine that we could relate to. The fact that she has such a dysfunctional family and is so unsure of herself makes me root for Tash.
Buy this book and read it along with Well Groomed. You will thoroughly enjoy Tash and her family and you will get a taste of Fiona Walker. I love her......