- 7,99 €
Beschreibung des Verlags
Introducing the perfect Summer read for 2006. Bordeaux Housewives is a romantic comedy combining a heady mix of sunshine, sex, Sancerre and secrets.
When an ordinary English family swap dreary suburbia and the rat race for the glorious countryside of France they have no idea just how much their lives are going to change.
For in addition to the culture shock, they have been selected to appear in a reality TV show about their Good Life lifestyle. But they also have a secret life which they need to hide from the cameras…
Meanwhile, at the local bar, another expat is finding that local attractions amount to more than wine, cheese and sunflowers…
Praise for ‘Bordeaux Housewives’:
‘A fun and fruity French tale.’ Star magazine
‘A witty romp full of joie-de-vivre that'll have you dreaming of summers in France.’ Closer
Praise for ‘Bed of Roses’:
‘A heady mix of sex and satire, Daisy Waugh’s brilliant book is an utterly compulsive read.’ Reveal
‘A sharp eye for detail and a refreshingly black comic streak – Cold Comfort Farm meets Goodbye Mr Chips.’ Literary Review
‘A witty tale.’ Woman’s Own
Praise for Daisy Waugh:
‘Sparkling fun.’ Heat
‘Full of laugh-out-loud funny bits.’ New Woman
‘A surprisingly witty, romantic read.’ Company
‘A hilarious, witty comedy of modern manners.' Adele Parks
‘A beguiling and very funny novel…a real joy to read.’ Publishing News
About the author
Daisy Waugh is a journalist and travel writer. She has worked as an agony aunt and as a restaurant critic. She was a teacher at a girl’s school in Northern Kenya and has also written a weekly column from Los Angeles about her attempts to become a Hollywood scriptwriter. Daisy and her family of five live in London.