Sisters Behaving Badly by Maddie Please

I’m so pleased to be part of the tour today for this brilliant book. Thanks so much to Rachel’s Random Resources and Boldwood Books for the copy of the book and invitation to be part of the tour.

Sisters Kitty and Jenny haven’t spoken since a very disappointing Carvery lunch. Kitty, sixty-two, thinks Jenny is turning grey. Jenny, sixty-six, thinks Kitty needs to grow up!

So when both sisters inherit a farmhouse in rural France, it gives them the perfect chance to heal the rift between them. Except the farmhouse is a wreck, the garden is terrorized by a flock of chickens, not to mention a donkey with a serious flatulence problem!

Kitty is determined to enjoy herself, especially when she meets gorgeous French builder, Leo. Ooh la – la! And Jenny finds the fully stocked wine cellar helps enormously with missing horrible husband Paul – hic!

And as the two sisters begin to repair their fragile friendship, they discover that being bad is actually very good for the soul.

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My Review
Oh I really enjoyed this delightful book! As soon as I met Kitty I knew that I was going to love her sense of humour and the sisters’ adventures are made so amusing by Kitty’s dry wit.

Right from the start, when the sisters meet on the ferry to France, there are mishaps and mischief. When they finally arrive at their Aunt’s house and begin to settle in they begin to heal their relationship and the rather uptight Jenny begins to find her sense of fun again and loosen up, possibly helped by some rather good French wine!

I found myself totally captivated and entertained by this gorgeous book, which was like a breath of fresh air. A thoroughly delightful and funny read, I can’t recommend it enough. Just be warned, don’t read it in public, there are some genuinely laugh-out-loud moments!

My Rating

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

Author Bio –  Maddie Please is the author of four bestselling romantic comedies, having had a career as a dentist and now lives in rural Devon where she enjoys box sets, red wine and Christmas. She will be taking a new direction in her writing for Boldwood with joyous tales of older women.

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