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Wilde Women

Narrated by: Anna Acton
Series: Robin Wilde
Length: 6 hrs and 42 mins
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You never know what surprises life has in store....

Robin Wilde is crazy busy with her exciting job and her lovely new man. She's parenting with flair, and she's feeling better after the heartbreak of last year. She's relishing being the one everyone depends on rather than the one who can barely get out of bed in the morning. 

But with so little time to herself, and best friend Lacey's increasing struggle with postnatal depression, the cracks are beginning to show. Cue a team trip to New York. It might just be the tonic Robin, Lacey, Auntie Kath, Edward and even Piper need...but when a huge family secret is exposed, Robin's life looks even closer to falling apart....

Join Robin Wilde, Lyla, Lacey and Auntie Kath once again in this hilarious, heartbreaking and completely unforgettable brand-new novel by number one best seller Louise Pentland.

©2019 Louise Pentland (P)2019 Bonnier Books UK

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  • Josie
  • 07-26-19

Can't believe this is Robin's final story

The Wilde series is perfect for anyone wanting a. book that isn't too heavy. Wilde women is equal parts light but 'unputdownable' - evidenced by the fact I finished in under 24 hours!


This book has made me laugh and cry. Louise is great at building up a reader's emotions. The character development in this book were perfect too.

I love the way the ending is left at a point where Robin's adventure could be picked up and continued - which I'd love!!

Another great book Louise!

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  • Sarah
  • 08-19-19

Women Who Whine

Having read the previous 2 books in the series I knew this wasn’t going to be a life changer, but expected it to be entertaining, it wasn’t! I percevered with it thinking surely it’ll get better, it didn’t! I’m only a couple of years over the millennial devide and honestly, I’m all for the sisterhood, but this was wall to wall self obsessed, self pitying, whining women. They spent at least half of it crying, sobbing, wailing, whimpering, bawling, blubbing etc because, you know, life and oh the emotions of it. The other half was spent telling each other how strong and amazing and normal they were, which would inevitably set them reaching for the tissues yet again because, oh even more emotions! The only character I half liked in this instalment was Auntie Cath and her storyline, the rest, including the now totally spoiled little brat Lila, have become teeth grindingly annoying.... sorry, I’m on a roll here!! The post natal depression story was handled reasonably well enough until SPOILER ALERT the miraculous overnight recovery. Hats off to the author for highlighting this very important issue, but rather than leaving her skipping off into the sunset shaking her bottle of pills, surely it would have been more helpful to women going through it in real life to start Lacey’s recovery at the half way point, and write a more honest account of her gradual return to good health? END SPOILER. Other than that and Cath’s Revelation, nothing really happened. I don’t usually mind this narrator, but even she was irritating me by the end. To be fair to her, this was probably due to the material, although her portrayal of a southern American woman was pure Penelope Pitstop! To be clear, I have over 400 finished books in my audible library and have only ever returned one for a refund, I’m not one of those people who gets their kicks from writing negative reviews. Perhaps The author was under pressure from the publishers or was a victim of bad editing, but this book just really pushed my buttons. Very disappointing. Many apologies - rant over!!

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  • Helen
  • 08-14-19

good story but rushed ending

I liked the story but it felt quite short and the ending felt rushed. Not the best of the 3 books. you can tell the author just wanted to finish the trilogy and get it done. shame as it had potential.

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  • KLARA
  • 08-14-19

Boring beyond words

it was like this book was building up to something HUGE and just never actually got to the point.

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  • Alejandra
  • 07-29-19

What an ending to the wild stories

Love love loved it, and the other two books. It's a great ending to such a lovely easy to fall in love with story

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  • Margarhett
  • 07-28-19

More Please

I have followed Robin and her life, family, friends and this we are told is the last book in the series. This was such a wonderful book. I loved every minute. This is a book I will listen to again and again. just wonderful. But I have to ask please there are things left that could be expanded on. Can there be another book. I have loved this series, and especially this book.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 08-22-19

Loved it!

I laughed, I cried, I loved this book and the reading ❤️ Louise is a great author.