Literary Lust Review
Title: New balls please Author: Andie M. Long
Reviewer: Zoë Star Rating – 5/5
Intro/Blurb: Dora Evans is annoyed that her family are ignoring her while she’s in bed ill. To teach them what life would be like without her she absconds on a weeks break to learn how to play tennis. Partner Tim has had enough of Dora’s behaviour and to the surprise of daughter Camille and son Tyler, refuses to bring her home.
As the week goes on and tempers settle, Dora decides to read up on being a more submissive housewife and how to allow Tim to make the choices. In the meantime, Tim reads Dora’s Alpha books to see what her ideal man would be.
When Tim does collect his wife the Alpha meets the Submissive woman. Will they continue to make a great team or is this match about to end?
One way or another Tim’s going to need New Balls Please.
Actual review:I loved this book, hard! Throughout the series Dora has been my favourite character. She’s straight to the point, quirky and a force to be reckoned with. I want to be like her when I grow up. She was a total drama queen in this installment and decided to forgo her mother and wife duties and take time for herself. As both a mother and a wife I totally get her. What I didn’t expect from this book was to equally love Tim, he is definitely not the typical book boyf but he endeared me so much. I just love the relationship they have it’s so typical of those that have been together for a long time and I can totally imagine everything that happened in this book happening in real life. I had so many laugh out loud moments throughout, if you haven’t read this series yet you really need to.
Series/ standalone/ Novella Series. A different couple each time so you can technincally read them as standalones but you get a much better idea of the characters lives if you read the previous books.
Humour – none / Some / Lots Lots
Violence – none / some / lots None
sex – none / mild / hot Mild
Why choose this book? Choose this book if you’re in a rut, if you want a quick read or if you just need to laugh. This is british humour at its best.