Porn Money & Wannabe Mummy (The Debt & the Doormat Book 3) by Laura Barnard (5*)

 

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What is it about turning thirty that sends rational women into a tailspin? 
Suddenly going from having all the time in the world, to cringing at the ticking of her biological clock, Poppy is drowning under the strain of trying to get pregnant.

With a dad in the throes of a mid-life crisis, a crazy mother-in-law and time racing towards Lilly’s wedding, will she be able to cope with it all…and give Ryan the baby they so desperately want?

Finally able to inherit her dad’s porn money, Jazz can’t wait to be rich! She can buy a house in Chelsea, go out partying with her old mates and start living how she deserves.

But with Ollie, Jemima and Meryl each clawing at their own little piece of her happiness, will she have to leave behind those closest to her in exchange for it?

The real question is, can Poppy and Jazz rescue their own lives before everything gets ruined, or will their own stubbornness destroy the lives they’ve created.

 
“Let’s go back to the madness”

Once again we are back into the crazy,hilarious,mayhem that is Poppy and Jazz’s world,with this latest creation from the very funny Laura Barnard! Although it could easily be read as a standalone,I’d recommend reading the previous two (The Debt & The Doormat/ The Baby & The Bride) to get the full appreciation of these two character’s and those around them!

I don’t want to go into that much detail as to the plot(would give way too much away) but I will say there are topics which are, in real-life serious conditions,but here,in their world,you will find yourself as I did,laughing out loud throughout from beginning to the end-and that is all due to the writing which draws you in,and the character’s you care about!

We essentially have two stories running alongside one another with the dual POV’s of Poppy and Jazz,which adds to the enjoyment of the book as a whole-the situations they find themselves in and how they each deal with what’s thrown at them,is funny and in certain parts emotional,with a very pleasing ending (Woo Hoo)

Reviewed by Vicki on behalf of RHR-RATING 5/5

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