Tuesday 4 August 2015

Fifty Shades Of Roxie Brown By Lynda Renham
Guest reviewed 
Julie Williams

Roxie Brown loves erotica and her friend, Sylvie, loves crime … novels of course. On a girls' night out they meet The Great Zehilda, the tea leaf reader, and suddenly Roxie’s Fifty Shades fantasies about her millionaire boss, Ark Morgan, look about to become a reality. But then she looks through the telescope and her life is turned upside down. Roxie and Sylvie, with help from Sylvie’s flatmate, Felix, set out to crack the case. Can Ark Morgan save her or is he the man she should be running from? Then enter Sam Lockwood and her heart is shot with another arrow. Come with Roxie Brown on her hilarious crime-busting romantic adventure and discover if the love of her life is the man of her dreams or if the man she loves is her worst nightmare.


When I was asked to review Lynda’s new book I was so excited as I knew I was in for a treat and this book did not disappoint.

This Rom-Com is about Roxie Brown a young woman with a pretty ordinary life who works as a cleaner for a large hotel group, but her life changes dramatically while out on a last night of freedom trip to the Fun Palace with her friends, as one is getting married the next day. A visit to a fortune teller ‘The Great Zehilda’ makes some obscure predictions which soon become reality with hilarious consequences.

Roxie’s sexual fantasies with her boss Ark Morgan, her sex crazed mother, wannabe crime fighter friend Sylvie and cheating boyfriend Darren are just a few of the colourful characters we are treated to in this book.

Having witnessed a murder through her boyfriend’s telescope, Roxie and her friends Sylvie & Felix set about being detectives to solve the case with ‘ laugh out loud’ moments that will stay with you long after you have finished the book. A lottery win of 75K and a few love interests along the way add to the shenanigans of this delightfully funny story.

Congratulations to Lynda for what I think is her best book yet and of course to Julie Boon for allowing me to guest review on her lovely blog.

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