The Dog’s Bollocks By Lynda Renham

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Book Description:

On arriving home after a friend’s posh wedding, launderette worker Harriet finds her life irrevocably changed as she discovers her flat ransacked and her boyfriend missing. In a matter of hours she is harassed by East End gangsters and upper crust aristocrats. Accepting an offer she can’t refuse, Harriet, against her better judgement becomes the fiancée of the wealthy Hamilton Lancaster, with dire consequences. What she had not bargained on was meeting Doctor Brice Edmunds.

The Dog’s Bollocks is Lynda Renham’s funniest novel so far. A cocktail of misunderstandings, three unlikely gangsters, a monkey and a demented cat make this novel a hysterical read. Follow Harriet’s adventure where every attempt to get out of trouble puts her deeper in it.

THE DOG’S BOLLOCKS WAS PREVIOUSLY NAMED ‘THE VALENTINE PRESENT AND OTHER DIABOLICAL LIBERTIES’.

My Thoughts:

The Dog’s Bollocks is a fantastically light hearted and witty rom com.

Harriet is a great character. She has let Julian pretty much run her life as well as running her into a big debt. Even though it is obvious to readers straight away that Julian is a bit of a scum bag as far as boyfriends go, but for Harriet she just wants her boyfriend back home and things to go back to normal. Harriet takes it upon herself to try and pay the debts of and get the loan sharks off hers and the running scared Julians back and that’s where the fun begins.

There are so many great characters in this book, from Harriet herself, Brice the love interest, Fiona, Harriets wacky best friend and Alistair, Fionas partner who did not really appeal to me to start with but I really warmed to him through out the story and really enjoyed the guessing game that Harriet and other characters do when they are trying to guess what word he is stuttering.

The Dogs Bollocks is so unlike any chic lit books I have previously read. Even though romance is very much present in the storyline it didn’t over power the story itself. It is a wonderfully wacky and fun read that is highly entertaining and will certainly brighten up your day.

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The Dog’s Bollocks is available to purchase from Amazon

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