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Somehow I managed to forget how funny Tracy Bloom is and how amazing her books are and I'm so glad I had 'No-One Ever Has Sex in the Suburbs' waiting for me to once again remind me of this! This novel is the sequel to 'No-One Ever Has Sex on a Tuesday', and while the book can be read as a stand-alone, I think it works best if you read both of them, so you know the characters and their backgrounds just that bit better. I was so happy to be reunited with Katy and Ben, now with the addition of their cute baby daughter Millie, and once again see Alison, Matthew and Braindead (yes, that really is his name). They are such a great and different bunch of people and I honestly couldn't get enough of them; their conversations and their storylines had me thoroughly entertained until the very last page.
I am not a mum myself but I think Tracy Bloom has done a great job capturing what it can be like to be new parents and be thrown into the deep, not knowing what you're doing. Tracy's writing is fantastic; she has a great sense of humour and I just love her fast-paced, witty, light style of writing. The book is a great romantic comedy that is not deep or complicated, and perfect to pick up when you just want a quick break from reality. I already can't wait for my next Tracy Bloom read, which I have a good feeling will be just as great. 'No-One Ever Has Sex in the Suburbs' is a great read for fans of authors such as Lindsey Kelk and Lisa Dickenson; a hilarious, entertaining and light-hearted chick lit read I can't recommend enough!
After the success of "No-One Ever has Sex on a Tuesday", Tracy Bloom brings us the long awaited sequel.
The book starts off right where the first book finished, after Katy and Ben have just welcomed their daughter, Millie, into the world.
With the first book focusing on who was the father of Millie, there is now no reason to suspect Katy’s one night stand, Matthew, of being Millie’s dad, as she looks the spitting image of Ben.
With a small child to look after, Katy is finding life increasingly difficult and longs to go back to work. Millie seems to resent her and cries at every opportunity, although she is lovely and cuddly to her dad Ben.
When an offer comes, via Ben to swap roles, Katy reluctantly agrees. But can Ben do a better job of raising their daughter, or will he need some guidance along the way?
I absolutely loved the first book, so I was jumping for joy when I heard that Tracy had written a sequel.
I couldn’t wait to get started, but soon found that something was missing from this book. The first one was full of ‘laugh out loud’ moments, which seemed lacking in some way.
The book is still amusing, but the hilarity is missing. The book seemed to include more, serious moments than funny ones.
I was also not much of a fan of Matthew’s wife Rebecca, and this book has done nothing to change my mind about her, even if she is featured much more this time round.
However saying all that, I did still enjoy it – I just preferred the first book.
I enjoyed finding out all about how Katy, Ben, Matthew and Rebecca had moved on with their lives, and what the arrival of their children had done to their relationships.
The plot kept me intrigued and guessing what might happen between Ben and Rebecca and I was totally thrown when I discovered exactly what Ben thought of her at the end.
Tracy has kept the same cast from the first book. It was nice to catch up with the secondary characters, and it was easy to make a connection as I already knew all about them via the first book.
Tracy’s style of writing, is down to earth and easy to read as the words just flow, but I wouldn’t say that I was glued to this story as much as I had hoped.
If it’s chick lit that your after, this book is for you, just make sure you read the first book before hand.