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- File Size: 290 KB
- Print Length: 76 pages
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B01MR8K4RO
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 20 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #283,947 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Curve Balls: The Ball Games Book Six Kindle Edition
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So I've read every one of these books and my favourite character has to be Dora....she's bossy, nosey, but bloody funny and has a massive heart of gold!
This book left me feeling warm and happy and just what I needed. Andie M Long never fails to make me laugh out loud and while the men are watching footy on a Sunday afternoon she brightened up my day!
I can't wait for the next in this series, hurry up and write Andie....
This is a must read series which will leave you feeling awesome!! Well done on another fantastic job!!!
A huge 5 stars!
Wedding talk, pregnancy and bookshops all appear in the latest instalment of this series. The Turner family and their friends are all characters I love to catch up with and this book is no different.
As long as Andie writes about them, I will continue to read.
I didn’t get a chance to think about making deals. My life’s moving that fast I make the Flash look like a sloth.
I need, like, the superpower of freezing time so I can take a breath and have a think about what’s happened and what’s coming.
If women were meant to be without men and their appendages, we’d be born mute with our own penises.
I’m going to watch The Full Monty with Maggie in town tomorrow afternoon. I hope there’s at least one bloke with a fit arse. I only see your father’s extremely saggy one now.
I had the exhausting news that I had possibly started the menopause. Do you understand the mental fatigue from that news? No more babies of my own. I’m barren. I’m on my way down the hill into fugly old woman land. I even called in the newsagents and bought a bingo dabber.
I adore Andie M. Long and her clever and bawdy sense of humor. Her riotously funny Ball Games series has never failed to give me the giggle-snorts. Curve Balls is #6 and I am even more enamored with this eclectic, quirky, and extremely colorful group of family and friends. While it is hard to pick a favorite character, Dora has to be at the top of my list as she is such an outrageous drama llama with her hilarious over-reactions and revenge plots, although she comes by it naturally given her mother’s example. Curve Balls provided an update on all the couples featured in the previous installments, with the theme of this issue being pregnancy concerns. The couples were either enduring, dreading, considering, or fearing the possibility of being within the family way. And I am happy to report I have a newly acquired Brit vocabulary word to add to my list – bint; which means a bit on the side like a tarty girlfriend. Of course, it would be a shade naughty, I would expect nothing less from Ms. Long. I’m already looking forward to more of this delightful series and fervently hoping that this talented wordsmith is currently locked in the attic and scribbling away on the next installment.
I just love this nutty lot. Dora, Mum and 'sorter outer' to almost everyone, is in full swing in this book, she's my favourite character but don't tell the others. I just love the whole series. I had to laugh out loud so many times! It's like being a part of everyone's lives. I know all their personality traits and wonder how they are going to get all of their dilemmas sorted! I love that everyone is almost afraid when Dora gets a 'project' in her sights. So funny.
It's all a bit frantic and so much goes on (lots of surprises shhhh) . I love that the characters get their own points of view across too. So well written and totally believable. Could be my mental family. If you've read the other books in the series (which is a necessity) then you will have gotten to know these well developed characters really well by now.
This is a perfect catch up with the whole family and their extras.
A Book Lovers Emoprium.
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