Fresh Eggs and Dog Beds: Living the Dream in Rural Ireland Kindle Edition
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I was lucky enough to have been a Beta reader for this memoir and what a great memoir it is!.
Following a warning from his doctor to change his stressful lifestyle or risk his health Nick is forced to reassess his life and future plans. He and his wife Lesley come to a decision. Nick accepts his redundancy and Lesley proposes moving to Ireland to start a new life.
Plans are made to travel to Ireland specifically County Clare. Of course nothing is straightforward and some of their exploits had me laughing out loud. I don’t know how they suffered that B & B staying with Mrs Menopause. I would have hot footed it to a comfortable and warm hotel!
From forgetful Estate Agents, reluctant Solicitors and unhelpful Bank assistant Nick and his long suffering wife endured them all! However, actually buying Glenmadrie and moving in is only the start of their adventures. From the colourful cover to the last word I really enjoyed this book. What an enterprising and delightful couple they are. I loved Nick’s sense of humour and his obvious love of Ireland, his new home. I do hope this is the start of a series of books as I’m keen to know what happens next! Highly Recommended/
From the fresh, inviting, colourful cover, to the excellent, polished writing, this book was a definite winner for me. It was very easy to read; he seems a very likeable fellow and it was a lovely book.
With fast-moving dialogue, it was so easy to read and get involved in their story. I was able to just whizz through, it was delightful. I loved it, and I loved his humour, it doesn't seem overdone or like he's trying too hard to be funny-it's just natural, fun and a darned good read! A simply splendid book!
I beta read a pre-publication copy of this book.