Review: Wannabe Porn Money & Mummy

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RATING: 5 STARS 

This is Lauren Barnard’s third chick-lit book in her series, involving the adventures of Poppy and Jazz. I love Laura’s writing because she captures genuine emotions without sounding corny or over-the top.

The story revolves around two best friends, Poppy and Jazz, who find themselves in silly “I Love Lucy” type of situations. Poppy is an anxious, empathetic woman,  and typically has too many people rely on her, while she deals with her own struggle of trying to become pregnant. Poppy is imperfect and vulnerable – like a real life women.

Jazz is a care-free, generous, headstrong woman. Unfortunately, due to her strong will, she often finds herself in  difficult situations. Many of us can relate to the family members mentioned in her story. Every family has these type of relatives: the embarrassing one, the bossy one, the Too Much Information one and the “know it all” relative.

This is a light, funny book which I highly recommend for chick-lit lovers or anyone in need of  a good laugh.

RATING: 5 STARS

 

A copy of the book was provided to me by the publisher in exchange for an honest review