Under normal circumstances bohemian, skint Izzie would never have met Maddy, a Gucci-clad, Beemer-driving urbanite. But when they are dumped in the English countryside, fish out of water, with five young children between them, they discover a shared hatred of ghastly ladies' lunches and a longing for the mucky London streets and residents' parking permits they've left behind. Then a tragedy, and a chance discovery, leads Maddy and Izzie iinto a surprising new direction ...More
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Although I love reading, I am very slow. It takes me quite a while to read even an average size book. Goodbye Jimmy Choo was a delight to listen to and really let me enjoy the story easily.
I love the relationship Maddy and Izzy have. I liked Maddy the best, not afraid to admit that motherhood is hard and always reaching for the half finished bottle of wine after a hard day!
Jilly Bond's narrative is so enjoyable. So expressive and with such enthusiasm that I would actually be more likely to listen to an audio book if she were the narrator.
I listen to my audio books on my daily commute to and from work. There were times when I was actually loathed to arrive home at the end of the day, as I just wanted to keep listening and see what would happen to Maddy and izzy next!
Goodbye Jimmy Choo but Hello to Annie Sanders