Wendy of the Wallops by Gill McKnight

Wendy of the Wallops

byGill McKnight

Kobo ebook | May 17, 2017

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In the second cosy romance from The Wallops, there are worrying times ahead for community police officer Wendy Goodall. She is seconded by sexy Detective Inspector Diya Patel to work on a witness protection plan in the Wallops. Flushed with her new gayness, Wendy also has a mad crush on the adorable, yet reclusive Dr. Lea James. And could wily Girl Guide leader, Kiera Minsk be connected with the human traffickers working along the south coast?
As if life wasn’t crazy enough, her twin brother Will announces that their birth mother wants to make contact!

Title:Wendy of the WallopsFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:May 17, 2017Publisher:Ylva Verlag e.Kfr.Language:English

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ISBN - 10:3955337723

ISBN - 13:9783955337728

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Second installment in a great series After reading Welcome to the Wallops, the first book in this series, I was eager to read more of the goings on in Lesser Wallop and its surrounding area, its cast of quirky characters and to lose myself again in the buzz of UK village life. Wendy of the Wallops proves that Gill McKnight has found a formula for bringing these characters and their shenanigans to life in the most entertaining and frequently amusing ways. Although PC Wendy is the focus of this book, there are plenty of other characters –new faces as well as some familiar ones from Welcome – to bring the story and village to life again with great hilarity. Some of the new characters are young girls in the village and have some great scenes with PC Wendy who is adorkable with adults and even more so with kids. Returning characters Renata and Whistlestop have a great (unintentional) comedy duo chemistry that had me laughing hard at what their scenes entailed and how sentiment and thought were conveyed between and around them especially since only one of them speaks. I highly recommend this book and that those interested in it also read Welcome to the Wallops to be properly introduced to the setting and its characters, to get a feel for the place if you will. References are made back to Welcome to the Wallops in Wendy of the Wallops so reading both gives the reader the full story and maximum enjoyment out of it all; double the pleasure. I look forward to more books in this series and truly hope it to be a long running multi volume series at that.
Date published: 2018-03-08