Author: Tracy Bloom

Blog Tour Review: No-one Ever Has Sex on Christmas Day

Posted 24th October 2017 by Emma Poulloura in Blog Tours, Reviews / 0 Comments

Blog Tour Review: No-one Ever Has Sex on Christmas Day

I received this book for free From Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

Blog Tour Review: No-one Ever Has Sex on Christmas DayNo-one Ever Has Sex on Christmas Day by Tracy Bloom
Also by this author: No-one Ever Has Sex on a Tuesday, No-One Ever Has Sex in the Suburbs
Series: No-one Ever Has Sex #3
Also in this series: No-one Ever Has Sex on a Tuesday, No-One Ever Has Sex in the Suburbs
Published by Bookouture on 24th October 2017
Genres: Chicklit, Christmas, Humour, Love & Romance
Pages: 296
Source: From Netgalley
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Don’t you always plan the perfect Christmas?
Don’t you always think it will be the best one ever?
And doesn’t something – usually one of your loved ones – always come along and screw it up?

Katy’s been spending too much time in the office and not enough time with her family so she wants it all: snow (fake or real), the Michael Bublé Christmas album, whatever it takes.

There’s only one thing missing as far as her husband Ben is concerned: another baby to complete their family. Katy isn’t so sure…

Ben may be playing the role of Master Elf in the pre-school nativity but he is struggling to master his own family life. With romantically-challenged friends, an ex who refuses to go away and Katy’s mum’s 64-year-old toy boy thrown into the mix, Christmas looks like it could be going off the rails… Never mind family planning, can Katy and Ben even plan to make it to the end of Christmas Day?

Thank you to Bookouture for letting me take part in this tour. I’ve been meaning to read this series for a while so I signed up to this tour and moved the series to the top of my TBR list.

The book is set about 3 years after the first 2 books. Millie is now 3 years old and about to have her first Christmas in a proper home. Katy and Ben are looking forward to having the perfect family Christmas. Which is of course completely screwed.

Katy’s mum, her toyboy and his fully grown son have some how intruded on their perfect Christmas. I loved Katy’s mums text messages. They were so cringey at times and I know I would have reacted just like Katy at times.

I love Ben and Braindead. The soft play scene and the tree story had me chuckling to myself. The post party Love Actually watching was also one of my favourite parts of this book.

There are so many great parts to this book, it was a great addition to the first two books. I love a good Christmas book and this one ticked all the boxes. It was festive, funny, and it was all about family. I can’t wait to see what Tracy brings us in the future.

One StarOne StarOne StarOne Star

About Tracy Bloom

Tracy started writing when her cruel, heartless husband ripped her away from her dream job shopping for rollercoasters for the UK’s leading theme parks, to live in America with a brand new baby and no mates. In a cunning plan to avoid domestic duties and people who didn’t understand her Derbyshire accent, she wrote her romantic comedy, NO-ONE EVER HAS SEX ON A TUESDAY. This debut novel went on to be successfully published internationally and became a #1 Best Seller.
Back in the UK she has continued her writing career and has just launched her sixth book.

Emma Poulloura

Reading this book contributed to these challenges:

  • 2017 Christmas Challenge
  • 2017 Goodreads Challenge
  • 2017 Netgalley

Review: No-one Ever Has Sex in the Suburbs

Posted 23rd October 2017
Review: No-one Ever Has Sex in the Suburbs

Ben and Katy haven’t had sex since Ben found out about her one-night stand with her childhood sweetheart, Matthew. Not only that but the arrival of a new-born baby has blown their relationship apart like a hand grenade. Drastic measures are required, so they swap roles hoping that everyone will be happier… Only it’s not as easy as they thought. When a desperate Ben starts secretly accepting help to solve his childcare disasters – from Matthew’s wife – it could mean the end of everything. Can their relationship survive the […]

Review: No-One Ever Has Sex on a Tuesday

Posted 23rd October 2017
Review: No-One Ever Has Sex on a Tuesday

Childhood sweethearts Matthew and Katy agree they must never see each other again following a school reunion. So all is forgotten … until eight months later when a shock meeting at an antenatal class forces them to confront the fact that Matthew could be the father of Katy’s baby. Love and life are messy, but Katy and Matthew take things to a whole new level as deep emotions begin to resurface and hormones run riot. Never has a one-night-stand led to such chaos! I purchased this book from Amazon and […]