Jennifer Brown Moving On by Angie Langley #BookReview

I am delighted to welcome you to my thoughts on Jennifer Brown by Angie Langley. This is the 2nd book in this series, even though you could read it as a stand alone I would suggest reading in order as it gives you more insight into it’s main character. The first is Jennifer Brown’s Journey ๐Ÿ˜Š

Let me show you what it is all about…

Sheโ€™s back! 
Five feet one and full of fizz, Jennifer Brown has learned to roll with the punches and adapt to whatever life throws at her. Itโ€™s thrown plenty in the past and sheโ€™s had to use her steely core to reinvent herself, first as cook and housekeeper to a saucy sexagenarian, then as manager of a tumbledown country estate with sensitive secrets.

In Jennifer Brown On The Move, this Bridget Jones with knobs on is taking charge of her life again, showing the world she can move in the most exalted, high-power circles and lose not an ounce of her gutsy, down-to-earth charm. Her hilarious cross-dressing confidant Will is on hand once again, with pearls of caustic widsom, and her old boss Jonathan Dashwood-Silk breezes in and out of her life, still dripping charisma but still needing our heroine to dig him out of the odd hole. As she crosses continents and breaks bread with the worldโ€™s movers and shakers, Jennifer Brown finds her mind still troubled by thoughts of the quiet man with the warm eyes and the velvet vowels. Then that daydream is torpedoed when sheโ€™s invited to his wedding. 


But you know Jennifer. She never gives up! 

Oh it is so good to catch up again with Jennifer and see what she is going to get up to again. After her last job she moves into a different area as far as her career goes. This time she is all about the wine. How it’s made, the industry, the growing and most importantly the selling. Unlike me who see’s wine as something to be bought and drunk, there are those who will spend vast amounts on a bottle just to have it in a collection…. what a waste! But then I am someone who thinks that buying a ยฃ10 bottle for Christmas is a treat…๐Ÿ˜ What do I know! ๐Ÿ˜‚

So, Jennifer is a fabulous character, bubbly, blond and larger than her 5ft 1″ belies. She has to think on her feet as she makes her way through life and deals with whatever comes her way regardless of the up’s or down’s that may lay ahead.

This story also see’s the return of some characters from the previous book as well as some new ones. There are a few characters in the story but to be honest they are easy to get to know and remember.

The author has taken a terrific route for Jennifer and the story and by the time I had got to the end I think I was as surprised as Jennifer, and also so very pleased for her.

Jennifer has time for others, never mind what she needs to get done herself. This means the story itself has a nice feel about it. But not everything is sunshine and luscious grapes, and there are dark clouds that add a nice balance to the story.

On the outside Jennifer is bubbly, warm and appears to be in control, however she has her worries and concerns about her abilities. I had faith in her, as did others, but it is always what’s going on on the inside that upskittles a person. This lack of confidence leads to some hilarious faux pax moments for poor Jennifer and they definitely had me chuckling. These little stumbles for me were good as it meant that I saw Jennifer as a normal person rather than the wonder woman she may comes across as.

By the end of the book, well what can I say… hmmm not too much actually… apart from, there are things from the first that make a grand entrance and not only did it blow my socks off I was so happy. This is why I would suggest reading the first book before this one. Talk about having the hugest grin on my face or what! I know Jennifer is fictional, but the author has created a character and story that I would love to know in reality.

This is such a wonderful story that is lighthearted and one that leaves you feeling “aahhh!” if you know what I mean. It is one I quite happily read in an afternoon as the storyline was one that held my attention. I cannot wait to see what happens next to Jennifer Brown, I am sure it will be wonderful with the odd stumble.

Jennifer Brown Moving On get a Definitely Recommended from Me!


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