So here is what is says on the Goodreads blurb
For Coco Pinchard forty is the new thirty. After a tumultuous divorce, she’s found love with the gorgeous, hunky, four-years-younger-than-her-so-technically-a-toy-boy, Adam. Her career as an author is finally a success, and she has fabulous friends in Chris, a neurotic middle-aged socialite, and Marika, a slightly alcoholic dog walker.
Coco is even learning to cope with awful ex mother-in-law, Ethel, who despite the divorce, still thinks it’s fine to criticise, especially when Coco and Adam decide to move in together…
But hours before move-in day, Adam ends their relationship without explanation and disappears. After the initial shock and anger (and an ‘I told you so’ from Ethel) Coco sets out to discover what has really happened.
Full of hilarious twists and turns, Coco Pinchard’s Big Fat Tipsy Wedding is a witty, heart-warming, romantic comedy – the highly anticipated stand-alone sequel to bestselling, The Not So Secret Emails of Coco Pinchard.
Lets cut straight to the point the only thing I was not keen on about this book was the cover. The storyline is witty and, in places, laugh out loud funny, the character development makes you want to invest your time in following their lives and on the back of finishing this book I bought the next (and given the number of books on my TBR pile that is high praise) and pre-ordered the next one which I believe is a prequel and available next month.
I actually think the author should seriously consider a box set for new readers because once you read one book you will want to read them all, and as the series continues, which I hope it will, then I know as a reader I like being able to get all the previous books without having to exert myself too much looking lol.
I feel I am underselling this book but it really is one where you have to read it, the format is slightly different for this book featuring more live action than email and texts but I think the author should consider looking to sell these to a production company as they would make very good films, think ‘Bridget Jones’ for us more experienced ladies.
So the scores on the door, it has to be another well deserved 5 out of 5, I just hope book three is as good because it has a lot to live up to after the first two.