Horse Play – Jo Carnegie

Horse Play is the 5th book written in the fictional village of
Churchminster and  written by Jo Carnegie.

Churchminster village – picturesque, quaint, sleepy – OR NOT…

A place where women know exactly what they want, and it’s not cream tea with the vicar.

A place where anything can happen . . . so be careful what you wish for.

And a place where the men had better behave . . . because the ladies won’t take it lying down (well, not unless they want to!)

Having read all the other Churchminster books by Jo, I was very excited to be reading Horse Play and I have to say it is just as good as all the others. Whilst it contains the same characters and locations as the pervious books, it would stand alone as a story on its own, you wouldn’t have had to read the pervious books to understand it …. however, you’d be mad not to read them all!

Brilliantly well written in a style that is very similar to Jilly Cooper. 600 pages packed full of humour, drama, heated romance and village life with the rich and in some cases, famous. This is the sort of book you lose yourself in and believe in the characters that you are reading about, despite them living in a very different type of world I do!!

I’m a huge fan of this series and was delighted to hear that there will be at least a 6th book coming out in the future.

Horse Play is published by Corgi books and part of Transworld.

Why not buy  your copy via Amazon UK Horse Play

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2 responses to “Horse Play – Jo Carnegie

  1. Great review as always! Looks like one to read in the garden on a summer day!

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