Fans of rom-coms by Sophie Kinsella will be glued to the pages of this totally addictive page-turner - the stand-alone sequel to no.1 bestselling, The Not So Secret Emails of Coco Pinchard.
After a tumultuous divorce, Coco Pinchard has found love with her gorgeous new boyfriend, Adam.Her career as an author is finally a success, and she has fabulous friends in Christopher, a neurotic middle-aged socialite, and Marika, a slightly alcoholic dog walker.
Coco is even learning to cope with her awful ex mother-in-law, Ethel, who, despite the divorce, still thinks it's okay to criticise, especially whenCoco and Adam decide they’re ready to take the next big step, and move in together...
But hours before move-in day, Adam ends their relationship without explanation and vanishes into thin air. Coco feels shocked and betrayed, but there’s something very strange about the circumstances of his disappearance. When Coco sets out to discover what has really happened, she uncovers a shocking secret Adam has been hiding from her...A secret that changes both their lives forever.
Filled with hilarious twists and turns, Coco Pinchard's Big Fat Tipsy Wedding is both a romantic comedy, and a touching tale of undying love and faith.
Readers totally love the Coco Pinchard’s Big Fat Tipsy Wedding:
'Comedy fiction at its very, very best.' Goodreads reader review, 5 stars
'Just fun to read. It's got a little bit of everything.... love, laughs, relationships that have ups and downs, sleuthing, prison time, the Royal wedding and a happy ending!' Goodreads reader review, 5 stars
'OMG, I love this book so much. Very funny and very touching.' Goodreads reader review, 5 stars
'This book really got me! I have never felt so many different emotions while reading this lovely, funny story.' Reader review, 5 stars
'Hidden amongst the humor of this story, is a touching tale of undying love and faith. An entertaining light read for sure.' Reader review, 5 stars
Fun to read
It is delightful to read an epistolary novel in modern form, and even more so when it’s done well. Coco, the protagonist (and missive writer), is funny and irreverent and very human. She unabashedly reports all of her feelings and failings and doesn’t censor herself. Reading this book was very enjoyable.