If Lucille Ball were alive today, cookie cakes, she’d be devouring Lynda Renham’s madcap romantic comedies like Cookie Monster devours cookies. When it comes to screwball storytelling the delightfully talented Renham sets the gold standard in penning hilarity.
The characters in Pink Wellies and Flat Caps and their dialogue are charismatic, sharp, and witty. Renham’s latest is brimming with engaging, energetic, and flawless entertainment.
Alice Lane has it all; a magnificent fiancé, a responsible occupation and a charming flat in Chelsea, however after Alice has a bra fitting her world turns topsy turvy. In a nutshell, her life goes tits up. Adrift with just an iridescent engagement ring as a token of her former life Alice agrees to take on a position in Cornwall as a live-in farm manager and learns her situation in fact can indeed get worse. The appealing Alice finds exactly what she is made of as she wrangles to handle her temperamental employer. Nevertheless can Alice forego love and repel the dynamic Dominic or will the past come back to astonish her?
Alice sparkles brilliantly as she tackles life and her new career. Sidesplitting laughter, amusing adventure, and feel good awesomeness is flitted throughout this delightful tale.
At moments heart-wrenching, at moments raucous, at moments zany enough to tinkle from the hijinks, at all times engaging and satiating, Pink Wellies and Flat Caps earns a read if you’re a romance comedy enthusiast.Powered by Sidelines