Tuesday, 26 March 2019

Toots by Linh Le James

Toots by Linh Le James
Self published in January 2019.

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A British non-romantic comedy built on white lies, pink elephants and grey areas.

LONDON: Four sisters swipe left on everything they hate in their life, one cocktail at a time. 

Louise dreams of an exotic lifestyle, miles away from Hackney. 
Nick comes along. Famous, fit, funny and filthy rich.
Louise will stop at nothing to seduce him. 

Louise will fake it till she makes it. All the way to the ka-ching bling ring. 
But the little white lies soon snowball into a mountain Louise’s Louboutins can’t climb. 

Jess juggles work, two babies, a cheating husband and nannies from hell. 
Carla goes on a bender, and wakes up next to her young assistant. Freddie.
Emily is getting over her cheating ex by throwing herself into the dating scene. 

When work, dating and proposals…all go wrong, the four sisters’ friendship is their only lifeline.


Meet the Author 

Linh is Vietnamese. She was born and grew up in France. After college, she moved to Southern California and lived there for a few years before settling in the UK for 15 years, first in Wales, then in Surrey. In 2018, she packed all of her shoes, her kids, hubby, and the Dog and moved to the UAE.

Storytelling is her passion since childhood.

Things about her she doesn't want you to know:
She forgets to pack the girls' snack and then has to run to school to deliver it.
She has two alarms set on her phone for the school pick-up.
She pretends to have meditation sessions in order to have a nap.
Her kids eat more greens than she does
80% of her daily water intake is made up by coffee, the rest by wine.

Author links:
WebsiteFacebook ~ Twitter ~ Goodreads

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  1. A non-romantic comedy? Yes please! The title even caught my eye and I really love the comedy genre and I think we need more funny books around.

    1. Absolutely true! Humorous novels just don't seem to be as popular with writers as they used to be