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Pink Wellies and Flat Caps (Comedy Romance) by [Renham, Lynda]
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4.4 out of 5 stars 451 customer reviews

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Another hilarious romantic comedy by Lynda Renham. --Raucous

Wow, what a brilliant book! I can honestly say that I haven't laughed out loud like that for a long time - absolutely hilarious! Great characters,colourful language and fantastic mishaps of a city-turned country girl in her pink wellies! Buy this book! I cannot rate it highly enough and I guarantee that if you are reading it in public you'll be getting looks from strangers around you as you try and stifle your giggles! Superbly written and perfect for brightening up a dull winter's day! --'Jack' (Amazon Reader). --'Jack' (Amazon Reader)

About the Author

Lynda lives in Oxford, UK. She has appeared on BBC radio discussion programs and is a prolific blogger on www.renham.co.uk, and Twitter tweeter @Lyndarenham. She has studied English Literature and Creative Writing, and her books have been likened to books by Sophie Kinsella; refreshingly witty and page turningly unputdownable. When not writing Lynda can usually be found wasting her time on Facebook.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1892 KB
  • Print Length: 288 pages
  • Publisher: Raucous Publishing; second edition edition (25 Dec. 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00BD2PSRE
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 451 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #44,968 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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After the hilarious "Coconuts & Wonderbras" and "Croissants & Jam" I was really looking forward to reading Lynda Renhams new book. She has a wonderful knack of writing lovable characters. And a very clever way of writing about the man of your dreams. Edward did not disappoint. Thank you Lynda.
Pink Wellies is for the nights you feel lonely and need some new friends in your life. Alice is easy to relate to and when teamed up with Georgie creates some extremely funny moments. The romance is beautiful. The story is well paced and never boring. The Lidl shopping experience was a highlight!
Another 5 star book .... read too quickly!
Highly recommended!
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Another winner from Lynda Renham - I would give it ten stars if I could.

As with previous books, it has you from the very first page and you go from feeling sorry for the heroine - Alice Lane inn this case - to laughing uncontrollably at all her mishaps.

All Alice wants is to marry her Charlie and have a quite comfortable life, but her life is far from quiet. From being dumped just after finding out at a bra fitting that she is hanging all wrong, to taking what she thinks is a genteel job only to find herself up to her knees in cow dung. Poor Alice goes from one problem to the other, from the horrors of having to shop at Lidle instead of Waitrose to finding herself being surrounded by armed police as a terrorist.

This is fast, furious, action packed and incredibly funny - I should stock up on tena lady if i were you.
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This book had me laughing from start to finish and i had a little weep as well
For me this line had me in fits of laughter "Don't you just hate men's timing? Only a man could drop a bombshell on you while you're sitting in a fitting room with your tits hanging out". (Been in this situation myself )But this book has so many great lines i don't wanna spoil it for you its a must read book.. Written brilliant Lynda Renham you is fabulous thank you for such a fantastic book.
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I read an embarrassing amount of chick lit and there are some things you have to expect - Ditzy City Girl meets Ruggedly Handsome Son of the Land is a perfectly acceptable plot. Without picking up the book, we already have a good idea what it will be about; City Girl whining about her manicure before falling for the simple charms of the earthy rural life, Ruggedly Handsome Son coming to love her quirky nature or something, cue lots of cuddles in front of the fire. Perhaps there will be wacky hijinks and a funky village atmosphere and a cute dog. The Ditzy Girl will become a deeper character and Ruggedly Handsome Man will become gentler and more open to laughs. When we buy these books we accept that they're going to have these predictable, comforting, funny moments.

So with that in mind, I liked this book a lot more BEFORE I read it. It really didn't hold up very well, with poor editing, bad characterization and a sad lack of setting. It wasn't particularly funny - the humor mostly consisted of City Girl feeling upset about getting animal poo on her shoes, pitching tantrums, then getting drunk and doing stupid things while drunk. That is literally it. Then the cycle repeats itself: poo, tantrum, drunk, slapstick, poo, tantrum. That's it, that's the humor in this book. The inclusion of a Screaming Sassy Gay Male Friend was meant to be funny but is awfully stereotypical and pretty caricatured. Why couldn't the author give the Gay Male Friend the benefit of being a person?

The setting is pretty bereft - there's no sense of London or Cornwall, no sense of place or development. The farm has some cows on it. The locals are bad caricatures and so are the places. London is where people wear high heels. Cornwall is apparently full of animal poo and plastic cocks?
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I've had this on my Kindle for quite a while but recently, in need of something to cheer me up, I finally got round to reading it having previously enjoyed The Dog's Bollocks - so to speak. (That's the title of another Lynda Renham book - honestly!)
I read a lot of romantic comedies and generally they make me smile and occasionally even chuckle. Few of them make me laugh out loud and earn me the curious looks of people nearby, but there are a couple of authors who never fail in this respect and Lynda is one of them. There's nothing wrong with romantic comedies that emphasise the romance - I'm a huge fan of them, actually - but with Lynda the emphasis is definitely on the comedy and she's exceptionally good at her craft.
She's one of those rare writers who make you spit your tea out because you can't hold back the laughter. Always a good sign I feel!
Pink Wellies and Flat Caps is about a harassed NHS employee called Alice who is engaged to Charlie, a highly-committed animal rights campaigner who, while always keen to do the right thing by his furry friends, is less bothered about his fiancee's feelings apparently. While having a bra fitting to sort out her lopsided breasts in time for her wedding, Alice receives a text from Charlie that sets in motion a chain of events that leads her eventually to a new job and a new life in Cornwall, where she meets farmer Edward and his extremely friendly dog. From then on her life will never be the same again.
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