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Riders Paperback – 4 Jun 2015
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"Sex and horses: who could ask for more?" (Sunday Telegraph)
"‘Fun, sexy and unputdownable – a classic’" (Marian Keyes)
"Joyful and mischievous. I know of no woman my age who won't admit that Rupert Campbell-Black nearly ruined them for other men for life . . ." (Jojo Moyes)
"Jilly Cooper is the funniest and the sharpest writer there is. A heroine, an influence and a legend to half my generation of female authors (the fun half)" (Jenny Colgan)
"Jilly Cooper’s writing is hilarious, witty, wise, astute, flawlessly entertaining and a celebration of all that is the most fun about being British" (Helen Fielding, author of BRIDGET JONES DIARY)
About the Author
Jilly Cooper is a journalist, author and media superstar. The author of many number one bestselling novels, she lives in Gloucestershire with her rescue racing greyhound, Bluebell.
She has been awarded honorary doctorates by the Universities of Gloucestershire and Anglia Ruskin and appointed CBE in 2018 for services to literature and charity.
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I hated all of the characters. Every now and then a new character would crop up and I'd feel hopeful that I would like them but then they'd do something awful or start acting out of their initial character.
Everyone cheats. Everyone. Nobody seems able to keep it in their pants even if you can't see why character A would suddenly want to bang character D.
The sex is very unsatisfying and perfunctory. There is alot of wiping of sexual effluents off oneself, onto hankies, dockleaves, handfuls of grass. It's less sexy and just plain grim.
I found I was more invested in the horses as characters and willing them to make it through the story safely. They were pretty much the only ones who didn't cheat or crap all over each other!
Glad I can cross Riders off my must read bucket list. It was an experience but not one I'd care to repeat with any more of her books.
They are gripping and humorous and you really feel and fall for the characters, without being overloaded by them.
I would recommend to anyone wanting to schedule a few hours to absorb themselves in.
If you like sexy reading then it is for you, not much covered show jumping