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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. But with so little time to herself, and best friend Lacey's increasing struggle with post-natal depression, the cracks are beginning to show. Cue a team trip to N 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. But with so little time to herself, and best friend Lacey's increasing struggle with post-natal 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.


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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. But with so little time to herself, and best friend Lacey's increasing struggle with post-natal depression, the cracks are beginning to show. Cue a team trip to N 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. But with so little time to herself, and best friend Lacey's increasing struggle with post-natal 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.

30 review for Wilde Women

  1. 5 out of 5

    Lauren

    I think this book would be better as YA as the writing style is very simple. None of the 'issues tackled' are explored in any depth and the characters, whilst likeable, are all one dimensional I think this book would be better as YA as the writing style is very simple. None of the 'issues tackled' are explored in any depth and the characters, whilst likeable, are all one dimensional

  2. 5 out of 5

    Nicole

    english review only spoilerfree Summary: 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. But with so little time to herself, and best friend Lacey's increasing struggle with post-natal 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 n english review only spoilerfree Summary: 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. But with so little time to herself, and best friend Lacey's increasing struggle with post-natal 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. My review: ALL THE DAMN FEELS!!! This is going to be as spoilerfree as possible. This isn't just the third book in this series, this is also the last one. SO. But man, when I say I had all the damn feels. I seriously mean all of them. Happiness, Anger, Giddiness, Frustration, terrible pain in every part of my heart, tears of joy, and utter shock. WHAT A DAMN RIDE!!! This is seriously one of my favorite series, cause it feels real. The characters, WE GOT SO MANY INCREDIBLE WOMEN, no one is the same, they are all different, different stages of their life, different mind sets, BUT DAMN THIS PACK OF LADIES THAT HAS EACH OTHERS BACK LIKE NO OTHER. I LOVE THEM. I TRULY LOVE THEM. The writting got better and better with every book. Right from book one, from the first sentence to the last book and it's last sentence, I had Louise's voice in my head telling me this story, you just can tell she put so much heart and soul into this. AAAAAH. I need more Robin Wilde in my life, especially WITH THAT ENDING!!!! I truly hope that Louise will write more fiction in the future. It doesn't even have to be about these characters, it can be something totally new. But I just love the way she tells her stories, and I NEED MORE!!!!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Megan Jones

    Meet Robin Wilde: mum, newly-appointed official girlfriend, make-up artist extraordinaire and general plate-spinning, life-juggling, balance-seeking badass. Or so I like to think. Everything seems to be slotting into place, not just for me but for my close-knit little world of friends and family too. Yet despite all that, I still feel like I'm blagging it. Although our lives sound great on paper, cracks are beginning to show. My best friend Lacey is struggling to bond with her baby, my lovely Au Meet Robin Wilde: mum, newly-appointed official girlfriend, make-up artist extraordinaire and general plate-spinning, life-juggling, balance-seeking badass. Or so I like to think. Everything seems to be slotting into place, not just for me but for my close-knit little world of friends and family too. Yet despite all that, I still feel like I'm blagging it. Although our lives sound great on paper, cracks are beginning to show. My best friend Lacey is struggling to bond with her baby, my lovely Auntie Kath suddenly seems distant and my daughter Lyla is finding it hard to adapt to having a man in our lives. I love that for once everybody is depending on me, but I'm starting to feel a bit overwhelmed - it's like I have too many tabs open in my brain. Now I've been asked to go to the States for work, and it seems like the getaway we all need. Look out New York, me and my girls are on our way! But will the city that never sleeps make or break us? I wish I could give this a higher rating, I do love Robin and co and thoroughly enjoyed my time with them all. However, this does not feel original. I can see elements of Pentland's life in this too much and it lost any sense of originality. I do accept this is a downfall of being a vlogger or someone prominent on social media, we know more about their lives therefore it is easier to see the similarities and other, more private authors might get away with it. I did keep this in mind when giving my rating but I really think more originality and a more unique vibe was required. The plot for 'Wilde Women' is very enjoyable, light and bubbly and we get to follow a fantastic bunch of friends. As usual, Pentland does deal with some very tricky, sensitive subjects and does so with aplomb that I cannot fault her for. Unfortunately, this is a weakly crafted book and just too simple to be an adult novel and I really am sorry for having said that. 'Wilde Women' is a funny, emotional read featuring a group of people who you can tell are firm friends. I will miss Robin, her friends and their exploits but please bring some originality next time.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Siobhan

    It had been a while since I read the first two in the series but as soon as I began Wilde Women I was right back into the story. I remembered, as I started to read, what I love most about Louise's writing style is that she gets to the point and doesn't fill the pages with unnecessary waffle! The chapters are engaging but snappy and I never feel like it's a chore to get through the books. It really suits my reading style as I can often find myself skim reading, trying to get to the point. I thoug It had been a while since I read the first two in the series but as soon as I began Wilde Women I was right back into the story. I remembered, as I started to read, what I love most about Louise's writing style is that she gets to the point and doesn't fill the pages with unnecessary waffle! The chapters are engaging but snappy and I never feel like it's a chore to get through the books. It really suits my reading style as I can often find myself skim reading, trying to get to the point. I thought this book was a lovely way to end the series and it rounded off really nicely.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Hannah Beth

    I really wanted to like this one more than I did. Overall, I enjoyed it, but not as much as I did the other two. There were a couple of small criticisms I had and one scene that I had a bigger issue with. I haven't seen many other people talking about this so maybe it's just me being picky (I have been spoilt with good books recently!) Here's what I didn't like: - I found some of the dialogue a bit awkward - does anyone really speak like that? - Kath's age - she's only 54?! For some reason, they ma I really wanted to like this one more than I did. Overall, I enjoyed it, but not as much as I did the other two. There were a couple of small criticisms I had and one scene that I had a bigger issue with. I haven't seen many other people talking about this so maybe it's just me being picky (I have been spoilt with good books recently!) Here's what I didn't like: - I found some of the dialogue a bit awkward - does anyone really speak like that? - Kath's age - she's only 54?! For some reason, they make out like this is really old. My mum's a similar age and Kath is written as if she is much older. I just couldn't wrap my head around that. - Some of it felt semi-autobiographical? Having watched Louise's videos for a long time now, the way Robin thinks is very reminiscent of Louise herself and there were definite loose parallels between Robin's life and Louise's. Not necessarily something I didn't like, just an observation. - My biggest problem was a scene towards the end of the book when Kath's secret is revealed. Instead of having Kath do this herself, we have Lacey recounting seemingly word for word what she had been told a few days earlier - in first person as if Kath were telling it herself. I felt like it was a bizarre storytelling choice and made for rather difficult reading. Having said this, I did enjoy the book overall. Robin is the same lovable, brilliantly written chracter that I've enjoyed reading about from the previous books. I liked that we got the return of so many other characters that we knew and loved from before. Robin has this amazing feminist moment in New York which I enjoyed thoroughly. A couple of really serious themes in the book are tackled respectfully and tenderly, but it's still an easy summer read. I felt it was a fitting end to the series (although I really would have liked an epilogue!). I really am going to miss Robin and co.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Alexandra R

    Although the official release date for this is not until the 25th. I luckily got it yesterday on pre order early delivery. I started reading it at 1300 and finished it at 12:30 today! It is a wonderful, heartwarming and heart wrenching story that envelops you from the first word to the last. I did not want to put it down, even catching a few pages in adverts of Love Island last night. Robin Wilde is everyone's best friend and everything I want to be! Louise has a way of writing that makes you fe Although the official release date for this is not until the 25th. I luckily got it yesterday on pre order early delivery. I started reading it at 1300 and finished it at 12:30 today! It is a wonderful, heartwarming and heart wrenching story that envelops you from the first word to the last. I did not want to put it down, even catching a few pages in adverts of Love Island last night. Robin Wilde is everyone's best friend and everything I want to be! Louise has a way of writing that makes you feel like you are part of the story. The characters are your own family and their happiness and pain are your own. I have full on belly laughed and cried buckets. This is a fantastic ending to the current story of Robin Wilde and I look forward to seeing if Louise ever let's us back into her life but the future.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Hannah Clarke (Love Books Actually)

    This is the third and final time we visit Robin Wilde and the gang, and like that saying goes.. Don’t cry that it’s over, smile because it happened! This story is the perfect easy feel good read that has everything! Friendships, family, love, a big trip to the big Apple, (yes please!) and not forgetting a huge family secret, that had me guessing like crazy.. and I still never guessed it! As well as being humorous this story touches on real matters such as post natal depression, reconfirming that This is the third and final time we visit Robin Wilde and the gang, and like that saying goes.. Don’t cry that it’s over, smile because it happened! This story is the perfect easy feel good read that has everything! Friendships, family, love, a big trip to the big Apple, (yes please!) and not forgetting a huge family secret, that had me guessing like crazy.. and I still never guessed it! As well as being humorous this story touches on real matters such as post natal depression, reconfirming that it’s ok not to be ok and to speak up and seek help. I do love the ending, it was a perfect way to close the Robin Wilde stories and I’m hoping that this won’t be the last we see of Robin!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Kristen

    Love. Love love. Robyn Wilde is gorgeous.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Kristina

    Again like with the first two books of the series, the topics the book deals with are important even though the book itself is a very light and easy read. I found I enjoyed this one because there was quite a bit happening meaning also that there wasn’t as much room for unnecessary descriptions (e.g. telling someone looked amazing and then listing all the colours, labels and patterns of their clothes - doesn’t bring anything to the story and feels extremely redundant). However, the twist towards Again like with the first two books of the series, the topics the book deals with are important even though the book itself is a very light and easy read. I found I enjoyed this one because there was quite a bit happening meaning also that there wasn’t as much room for unnecessary descriptions (e.g. telling someone looked amazing and then listing all the colours, labels and patterns of their clothes - doesn’t bring anything to the story and feels extremely redundant). However, the twist towards the end was just a bit predictable and cliché in my opinion.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Nicole

    An easy and quick book to fly through that does tackle some “taboo” subjects. I like that Louise Pentland does not shy away from “difficult” topics but instead incorporates them into her books nicely in a way that will spark conversations about them as the book is discussed. Not her best piece of work, but I devoured pretty much the whole book in one sitting which does say a lot about the entertainment value!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Jessica Noble

    Once again Louise Pentland has well and truly outdone herself with another amazing, lovely and heart warming story. I cannot begin to express how much I have cried, laughed with and for characters, as well as getting angry at them from time to time. We are shown that women can be strong and independent but from time to time we may need a little help, and it’s perfectly okay to reach out and ask for that help. Omg though that ending, knowing there isn’t another instalment, made me want to scream Once again Louise Pentland has well and truly outdone herself with another amazing, lovely and heart warming story. I cannot begin to express how much I have cried, laughed with and for characters, as well as getting angry at them from time to time. We are shown that women can be strong and independent but from time to time we may need a little help, and it’s perfectly okay to reach out and ask for that help. Omg though that ending, knowing there isn’t another instalment, made me want to scream but I’m a good way. I’ve grown so close to the characters I wanted to know what happens - although I kind of feel like I did a little bit with the exclusive content from the Waterstones edition (an extract from Lyla’s diary).

  12. 4 out of 5

    Tamsin Dean

    The best out of the three! I loved this book, I cried numerous amounts of times, all in a good way. Im so sad the story is over, I feel like the characters have become part of my life now so I’m going to miss them! And now I’ve pictured Edward in my head with how good he is with lyla, I’m not ashamed to admit I may have a book crush ha!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Erica Davies

    Loved it. Going to miss Robin and others. Well done Louise on another best book.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Maja

    This is the last book in the Robin Wilde series and it was just as good as the first two books. Would totally recommend it if you are looking for a fun and realistic contemporary series that is mostly light-hearted, but also manages to deal with some more important topics 📚☺️

  15. 5 out of 5

    Emily Jane

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I loved reading a little more about the life of Robin Wilde & her new established family, but all I can say is that I was left wanting more. It was great to see how she has matured over the past three books and how she had become this strong, inspiring women, but I felt some areas really needed some development: we needed so much more info! Part one of the book took a while to get going as some areas felt too long winded and in my opinion could have been made so much shorter. There wasn’t much e I loved reading a little more about the life of Robin Wilde & her new established family, but all I can say is that I was left wanting more. It was great to see how she has matured over the past three books and how she had become this strong, inspiring women, but I felt some areas really needed some development: we needed so much more info! Part one of the book took a while to get going as some areas felt too long winded and in my opinion could have been made so much shorter. There wasn’t much enticing me to carry on unfortunately. Part two however, was a totally different story! It started to get so exciting and I couldn’t put the book down. I just wish that some parts of this section were elaborated more. I wanted more about the adventures in New York, her relationship with Edward and Kath’s new found daughter. I feel that there is so much left unexplained. A real fabulous story with great characters, I just think some sections were rushed, and others could have been cut down significantly. I can only hope that Louise changes her mind and decides to develop this story more. Please please Louise, your on to a winner here!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Jane Coulthard

    I think the last part of my book is missing, because there is no way you can leave the end of a book like that, where’s the answer to the question ?

  17. 5 out of 5

    Fabulous Book Fiend

    This is going to be a hard one to review because I really don't want to give away any spoilers and as the blurb suggests, there is a big family secret unearthed in this book that is juicy and yet I cannot talk about it! I loved being back with Robin Wilde again, as you know I am a big fan of hers and so it was great to be able to spend another novel with her in her little world and see how she is getting on with her life. I read this one on audiobook, just like the previous two books and the narr This is going to be a hard one to review because I really don't want to give away any spoilers and as the blurb suggests, there is a big family secret unearthed in this book that is juicy and yet I cannot talk about it! I loved being back with Robin Wilde again, as you know I am a big fan of hers and so it was great to be able to spend another novel with her in her little world and see how she is getting on with her life. I read this one on audiobook, just like the previous two books and the narrator did a great job of bringing Robin, Lilah and Auntie Kath to life once again. This novel takes place partly in the UK and partly in NYC just like the last book and there were moments that were so easy to relate to being a Brit living in the states, like the who Milky Way and Mars Bar situation (if you know you know) and so the plot [points were spot on for me. There is romance and relationship drama. Being a new mum is explored as are some of Robin's previous dramas from the other novels. Lilah, as always, provides some comic relief and yet you know that the things she often comes out with really aren't comic for Robin herself! As always, Louise does a great job of covering some more serious issues sensitively and well over the course of the novel. None of the novels in this series have been specifically issues based novels and yet they have covered issues that women today, no matter their age or relationship status face all of the time. Louise exposes those issues and puts her characters in the position of dealing with them as part of every day life. Because they become part of the novel and part of the journey of that character they become matter of fact and I really life the fact that we can talk about those issues in the context of these novels and so we can start a conversation that might otherwise be taboo or be brushed over. Of course there is some wonderful romance in this book peppered with hideously embarrassing moments for almost all of the characters, think Bridget Jones and her big pants. This book is structured and edited so that we have the balance of the comedy, the serious stuff, the family moments and the romance and I think it makes for a great end to the series.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Petra Quelch

    I was so excited about this book- the third book in the Wilde Women series. I have been following the sparkly Louise Pentland for quite a while now and whenever I pick up one of her books from the series I know there will be plenty of real-life moments -emosh, heartwarming, nostalgic, rewarding, frustrated, lovable and so on. Yes, this book delivers all that and much more. I adored Robin and couldn't be more proud of this fictional character growth. Robin embodies every mum in the world. She is I was so excited about this book- the third book in the Wilde Women series. I have been following the sparkly Louise Pentland for quite a while now and whenever I pick up one of her books from the series I know there will be plenty of real-life moments -emosh, heartwarming, nostalgic, rewarding, frustrated, lovable and so on. Yes, this book delivers all that and much more. I adored Robin and couldn't be more proud of this fictional character growth. Robin embodies every mum in the world. She is warm, full of humour, love, strength and resourcefulness. But I must say absolutely loved Edward character in this book. He is one hearty gentleman. The way he took Robin and her life in his stride and seamlessly slotted into their little family. Then there was Lacey and her struggle to be the mum she so wanted to be and also Kat and her little - BIG secret. And the trip to New York! The noisiness, the business deal, the moments that can't be taken back but will shape the rest of Robin Wilde's life. I really enjoyed Wilde Women. It is down-right honest and wonderfully written book.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Gabija Baltramaityte

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Wilde Women (Book 3 of 3) * Synopsis: the final instalment of the triology follows Robin and her struggles in her personal life and her professional life. In order to save the future of her company she flies out to NY with her daughter, auntie Kath, best friend Lacey and new daughter and her boyfriend Edward. Life overwhelms her and she saves the company she struggles to find room for Edward in her life. They spilt and she returns back to the U.K. whilst helping Kath find her long lost daughter a Wilde Women (Book 3 of 3) * Synopsis: the final instalment of the triology follows Robin and her struggles in her personal life and her professional life. In order to save the future of her company she flies out to NY with her daughter, auntie Kath, best friend Lacey and new daughter and her boyfriend Edward. Life overwhelms her and she saves the company she struggles to find room for Edward in her life. They spilt and she returns back to the U.K. whilst helping Kath find her long lost daughter and Lacey with her post natal depression. In the end Robin realises it’s okay not to be perfect and she flies to NY to get Edward back and proposes to him. * Pros: lovely story, so well written, love all the characters, Kath’s long lost daughter was an unexpected twist, loved how Robin showed that she didn’t need a man to be happy but still perused her happiness in the end * Cons; I hate the reintroduction of all the characters (we know who they are pls just carry on with the story), felt like all the big plot twists happened in the last 60 pages, would have preferred them to be more spread out * Would I recommend: yes

  20. 4 out of 5

    my bookworm life

    I really enjoyed this third instalment in the Wilde series, it's plot and also it's development of characters that we know and love made for an heartwarming and times heartbreaking read. I find Louise's writing style to be so easy to get into, her characters she has brought to life within these books feel like people you really know , so when you are reading one of these books you feel yourself as you are just catching up with a friend, checking in with Robin to see how things have been since las I really enjoyed this third instalment in the Wilde series, it's plot and also it's development of characters that we know and love made for an heartwarming and times heartbreaking read. I find Louise's writing style to be so easy to get into, her characters she has brought to life within these books feel like people you really know , so when you are reading one of these books you feel yourself as you are just catching up with a friend, checking in with Robin to see how things have been since last time. That cosiness is what i really love, and what makes the perfect summer poolside read but also equally a brilliant series to read in the winter too, a cosy companion collection. If you enjoyed the first two books then i think you will also love this one, the continuation of the story line , mixed with some thrown in curve ball twists the characters life , all adds up to a brilliant new addition to the Wilde series.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Kelly Thomas

    This was the third installment of the Wilde series by Louise Pentland, following the life of Robin Wilde. A year later and it was like I had never put book two down and jumped straight back in. Even though I am not a mother, I find Robin’s character so relatable, which is one of the many reasons why I love these books. That and the wonderful characters; Lyla, Auntie Kath, Lacey, Natalie, Gloria to name just a few. Louise’s writing allows you to feel like you are part of the story and part of the This was the third installment of the Wilde series by Louise Pentland, following the life of Robin Wilde. A year later and it was like I had never put book two down and jumped straight back in. Even though I am not a mother, I find Robin’s character so relatable, which is one of the many reasons why I love these books. That and the wonderful characters; Lyla, Auntie Kath, Lacey, Natalie, Gloria to name just a few. Louise’s writing allows you to feel like you are part of the story and part of the family. This book, like the two before, makes you laugh and makes you cry as well as feeling every other possible emotion in between. I really didn’t want this story to end, especially as this is the last of the Wilde series. The strong female characters in here I find inspiring and motivating. I find myself going, yes I can do this! Can I join Women Who Win?! I’m glad I discovered Robin Wilde and have spent so long in her world. This book can only be described as wonderful, heartwarming and heart wrenching.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Hannah Johnson

    I read this book straight after the 2nd book. I’m not sure if I had completely ‘Wilde Woman’d’ myself out from back-to-back series reading, but I just couldn’t get into it. I do enjoy Louise’s writing style, however the story didn’t really pick up for me and the ending just.... happened? The last 100 pages just got really boring for me and I couldn’t wait to finish it. I liked how Kath got a main spot throughout the book and I enjoyed her storyline, but the rest seemed very repetitive and almost I read this book straight after the 2nd book. I’m not sure if I had completely ‘Wilde Woman’d’ myself out from back-to-back series reading, but I just couldn’t get into it. I do enjoy Louise’s writing style, however the story didn’t really pick up for me and the ending just.... happened? The last 100 pages just got really boring for me and I couldn’t wait to finish it. I liked how Kath got a main spot throughout the book and I enjoyed her storyline, but the rest seemed very repetitive and almost as if pages needed to be filled. Lacey’s storyline (though incredibly important) was very repetitive. Given the ending, I don’t feel as if I know Edward very well as a character. Lyla is so annoying to me, and although she is a child, I found myself rolling my eyes whenever she spoke. The book was okay and of another book of the series came out, I would read it, but if this is the ending of the series, it is disappointing.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Emma Boultby

    Another amazing read by this author, picking up where the last one left off. Robin, Lyla, Aunty Kath & Lacey - again through everything that life throws at them. Robin is struggling to juggle work, motherhood and her love life with Edward, a work trip to New York is what everyone needs and it will bring everyone closer together!!! Lacey is struggling with her new baby Willow and needs Robin more then ever, she has been desperate for a baby for so long and now her little girl is here, why can't she Another amazing read by this author, picking up where the last one left off. Robin, Lyla, Aunty Kath & Lacey - again through everything that life throws at them. Robin is struggling to juggle work, motherhood and her love life with Edward, a work trip to New York is what everyone needs and it will bring everyone closer together!!! Lacey is struggling with her new baby Willow and needs Robin more then ever, she has been desperate for a baby for so long and now her little girl is here, why can't she enjoy it? Aunty Kath is still making her lavender lovies, checking in on Lacey, looking after Lyla, but she is hiding a secret, one she has carried around for so long. A cliff hanger ending, that I did not see coming, will it lead to another book! A definite 5⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ - such easy and enjoyable reading

  24. 5 out of 5

    KF

    A great end to the Wilde series. If I'm being completely honest, it was probably my least favourite of the three and, by the end, I particularly found Edward really annoying. However, I still really loved it, just maybe not quite as much as the first two books. I still loved most of the characters and I find Louise's writing style to be very easy to get into- I can read her books for hours at a time. She manages to deal with heavy subjects but, at the same time, keeps her signature lighthearted A great end to the Wilde series. If I'm being completely honest, it was probably my least favourite of the three and, by the end, I particularly found Edward really annoying. However, I still really loved it, just maybe not quite as much as the first two books. I still loved most of the characters and I find Louise's writing style to be very easy to get into- I can read her books for hours at a time. She manages to deal with heavy subjects but, at the same time, keeps her signature lighthearted and relatable tone. If you've read the other two Wilde books, I definitely recommend this one as well as it ties up the series nicely. If you haven't read any of the Wilde books, go and buy Wilde Like Me right now! It's a super enjoyable, easy to get into read with very loveable characters.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Heledd Preuss

    Yet again, a fabulous book from start to finish. The Wilde series has honestly been a breath of fresh air to read. I love Louise’s writing style, and reading this book felt like the warm hug I definitely needed after having emergency surgery. I love how Louise approaches deeper issues that aren’t widely talked about openly in society. She talks about them in a sensitive manner and encourages you to talk. With anyone. On the contrary - there were so many bits in this book that made me laugh out l Yet again, a fabulous book from start to finish. The Wilde series has honestly been a breath of fresh air to read. I love Louise’s writing style, and reading this book felt like the warm hug I definitely needed after having emergency surgery. I love how Louise approaches deeper issues that aren’t widely talked about openly in society. She talks about them in a sensitive manner and encourages you to talk. With anyone. On the contrary - there were so many bits in this book that made me laugh out loud, and I could truly relate to a lot of moments in Robin’s life. Super easy to get into, and you won’t be disappointed by this heart warming read. I’m a little sad the series has come to an end, but I think it had the perfect finish.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Verity Kingston

    Sat here in my living room crying like a mad women😭😭 (luckily everyone else is in bed😂) all because Iv finished this lovely book! But wow! This book serious has really come into its own, and has got better and better each book! I thought wilde about the girl couldn't be topped and then there was this... Wilde like me I enjoyed but you could tell it was a first novel, but wilde about the girl and wilde women I have truly loved. Iv finished this book in two days so for me that's says alot. Some great Sat here in my living room crying like a mad women😭😭 (luckily everyone else is in bed😂) all because Iv finished this lovely book! But wow! This book serious has really come into its own, and has got better and better each book! I thought wilde about the girl couldn't be topped and then there was this... Wilde like me I enjoyed but you could tell it was a first novel, but wilde about the girl and wilde women I have truly loved. Iv finished this book in two days so for me that's says alot. Some great real life issues covered and as a new mom I found it very relatable and heart warming. The issues was covered really well, and was not trivilased or glossed over. Lovely read and im really sad that there isn't another one out next year!

  27. 5 out of 5

    Caitlin

    I honestly could not have loved this book anymore if I had tried! This was by far my favourite out of all of the Robin Wilde books and I'm so sad that its the last we'll hear in her story for now! Wilde Women really does take you on an emotional Rollercoaster but it is so worth it. I loved seeing more of the other characters lives such as Kath and Lacey and seeing them tackle real life issues such as Post-Natal Depression which affects so many women and like many mental health issues, is not spo I honestly could not have loved this book anymore if I had tried! This was by far my favourite out of all of the Robin Wilde books and I'm so sad that its the last we'll hear in her story for now! Wilde Women really does take you on an emotional Rollercoaster but it is so worth it. I loved seeing more of the other characters lives such as Kath and Lacey and seeing them tackle real life issues such as Post-Natal Depression which affects so many women and like many mental health issues, is not spoken enough. This is such a well written book and for the first time ever, I actually cried whilst reading a book because I was just so happy everything turned out well for all of the characters in the end! Louise Pentland really has pulled it out of the bag with this one!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Samantha

    What can I say!!! Just so many emotions! First I would like to thank Louise for writing such amazing books I loved Robin and all the adventures we been on, its basically like reading your friends adventures and having a little catch up... I love all the characters especially auntie Kath and let me tell you that you will need tissues for a part in this book I never saw that coming but it made my heart full with happiness especially with how everything turned out like man I wish it was the last boo What can I say!!! Just so many emotions! First I would like to thank Louise for writing such amazing books I loved Robin and all the adventures we been on, its basically like reading your friends adventures and having a little catch up... I love all the characters especially auntie Kath and let me tell you that you will need tissues for a part in this book I never saw that coming but it made my heart full with happiness especially with how everything turned out like man I wish it was the last book but like I have said Louise has done an amazing job and yeah what more could I say!!! If you haven't you NEED to check these books out and basically you need Robin Wilde in your life!!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Merle

    5/5 What a wilde journey! And this book is in my opinion a perfect ending, with some twists and turns. Mostly though it is empowering, and talks about many taboo topics in a realistic way - because Louise has life experience and you can see that in her work. There aren’t many books that make me cry in public, but this one did. [at the special Wilde Women Gang meeting almost at the end] I am sad to let Robin and her life go, but I will always be able to go back to her to laugh and cry. I learned from 5/5 What a wilde journey! And this book is in my opinion a perfect ending, with some twists and turns. Mostly though it is empowering, and talks about many taboo topics in a realistic way - because Louise has life experience and you can see that in her work. There aren’t many books that make me cry in public, but this one did. [at the special Wilde Women Gang meeting almost at the end] I am sad to let Robin and her life go, but I will always be able to go back to her to laugh and cry. I learned from these books that it’s fine to not feel fine, and that you shouldn’t be ashamed to ask for help!

  30. 4 out of 5

    Georgia

    I thought this was a fitting end to the Robin Wilde trilogy, I've been really entertained spending time with her and her lovely friends and family! This one is a great summer read with plenty of awkward, side-splitting and "yas queen" moments I've come to expect from this series and I loved how it ended with Robin turning gender roles on their head! The only little gripe I had with it was that a big reveal for a certain character is told through the perspective of someone else which confused the I thought this was a fitting end to the Robin Wilde trilogy, I've been really entertained spending time with her and her lovely friends and family! This one is a great summer read with plenty of awkward, side-splitting and "yas queen" moments I've come to expect from this series and I loved how it ended with Robin turning gender roles on their head! The only little gripe I had with it was that a big reveal for a certain character is told through the perspective of someone else which confused the timelines a bit and was kind of unnecessary. Overall though, the book definitely gave me the warm fuzzies, especially towards the end!

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