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Don't Tell the Boss

By: Anna Bell
Narrated by: Penelope Rawlins
Series: Don't Tell, Book 2
Length: 8 hrs and 53 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (27 ratings)

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Summary

When newlywed Penny begins some casual wedding planning, she only wants to help women afford the big day of their dreams. But taming bridezillas turns out to be a full-time occupation, and what began as a hobby becomes a nightmare. Soon Penny is struggling to keep her day job and prevent her own marriage from collapsing: Tired, stressed, and knee-deep in ivory satin, is Penny's life and livelihood hanging by a thread?

©2014 Anna Bell (P)2014 W F Howes Ltd

Critic reviews

"Funny, surprising and touching, this feel-good read has bags of charm" ( Closer)
"This is a real feel-good story with loads of laughs, twists, tears and miscommunications" ( The Chicklit Club)

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Very predictable

Is there anything you would change about this book?

I found that the entire story was really obvious. It was humorous in parts and it did flow well from the last book. Something minor would happen or be said and I felt it was just a bit too obvious what then happened.

If you’ve listened to books by Anna Bell before, how does this one compare?

I felt the first book was a lot better.

Which character – as performed by Penelope Rawlins – was your favourite?

I did like the main character Penny and Henry was good

Do you think Don't Tell the Boss needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?

There is scope for a follow on book

Any additional comments?

Very well read