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"This book will make you roar with laughter..." The Daily Mail Described at 'the new Bridget Jones' and the 'funniest book of the year' - this is the very funny, very silly tale of Tracie Martin - Wag extraordinaire - who gets herself into the most astonishing amount of trouble when she moves to Los Angeles. It's a laugh-out-loud, funny, tender and ridiculous tale featuring "This book will make you roar with laughter..." The Daily Mail Described at 'the new Bridget Jones' and the 'funniest book of the year' - this is the very funny, very silly tale of Tracie Martin - Wag extraordinaire - who gets herself into the most astonishing amount of trouble when she moves to Los Angeles. It's a laugh-out-loud, funny, tender and ridiculous tale featuring Victoria Beckham, David Beckham, LA gangsters & an encounter with a film crew...as well as the usual ludicrous amounts of fake tan, shoes, dresses and lipstick. It's the perfect escapist novel...whether you love football or hate football, this will make you laugh, smile and scream with joy. 'It's just very, very funny - read it now.' EXTRACT FROM THE BOOK: Tracie Martin tries to teach her husband - soccer star Dean Martin - how to drive...it doesn't go well: Ladies and gentlemen, praise be to God, for I am not the worst driver in the world. Oh, no - that honor goes to my dear husband. He’s useless! In fact he’s so useless that I’m in fits of laughter all the time, and that, of course, is not making things go any more smoothly. ‘I’d be able to do it if you weren’t here,’ he says angrily. I try desperately to choke back the laughter as the car hops down the street like a great metal bunny rabbit. I’m doing that terrible schoolgirl thing of trying not to laugh by snorting and crying and jamming my fist into my mouth, which makes me laugh all the more. ‘I don’t understand why it’s bouncing like that,’ he says, looking all confused. ‘Are you in the right gear?’ I manage to say, leaning over to check. ‘Tracie, it’s got nothing to do with clothes,’ he says. ‘The gear I’m wearing is fine.’ ‘The gear that the car’s in, you doughnut. Look, it’s in third, that’s why it’s bouncing around like a fucking kangaroo.’ I tell him to pull over, and he kind of lurches to a stop, right in the middle of the road. ‘You can’t stop here. Go to the side,’ I instruct. He turns the key and the car pounces forward like it’s on springs. ‘It’s in third,’ I squeal. ‘I don’t know what to do,’ he howls back. ‘I don’t even know what ‘it’s in third’ means.’ I move the gear stick for him and he turns the key in the ignition. Then, for reasons that I’ll never understand, he slams his foot down on the accelerator and zooms across the street faster than Lewis Hamilton. The car mounts the kerb the other side and, just when I’m thinking that things can’t get any worse, it heads onto the plush green lawn in front of us, accompanied by screams from Dean, who is by now entirely out of control. Eventually I manage to do the only practical thing I’ve done in my life, and I yank on the handbrake, forcing the car to skid and come to a stop just before hitting the small fountain in the middle of the grass. ‘Phew, that was close,’ he says, as we stare up into the genitals of a little boy who is fashioned entirely from marble. He’s weeing into the fountain as we sit there. ‘Don’t worry,’ I say to my depressed-looking husband. ‘We’ll get you some lessons.’


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"This book will make you roar with laughter..." The Daily Mail Described at 'the new Bridget Jones' and the 'funniest book of the year' - this is the very funny, very silly tale of Tracie Martin - Wag extraordinaire - who gets herself into the most astonishing amount of trouble when she moves to Los Angeles. It's a laugh-out-loud, funny, tender and ridiculous tale featuring "This book will make you roar with laughter..." The Daily Mail Described at 'the new Bridget Jones' and the 'funniest book of the year' - this is the very funny, very silly tale of Tracie Martin - Wag extraordinaire - who gets herself into the most astonishing amount of trouble when she moves to Los Angeles. It's a laugh-out-loud, funny, tender and ridiculous tale featuring Victoria Beckham, David Beckham, LA gangsters & an encounter with a film crew...as well as the usual ludicrous amounts of fake tan, shoes, dresses and lipstick. It's the perfect escapist novel...whether you love football or hate football, this will make you laugh, smile and scream with joy. 'It's just very, very funny - read it now.' EXTRACT FROM THE BOOK: Tracie Martin tries to teach her husband - soccer star Dean Martin - how to drive...it doesn't go well: Ladies and gentlemen, praise be to God, for I am not the worst driver in the world. Oh, no - that honor goes to my dear husband. He’s useless! In fact he’s so useless that I’m in fits of laughter all the time, and that, of course, is not making things go any more smoothly. ‘I’d be able to do it if you weren’t here,’ he says angrily. I try desperately to choke back the laughter as the car hops down the street like a great metal bunny rabbit. I’m doing that terrible schoolgirl thing of trying not to laugh by snorting and crying and jamming my fist into my mouth, which makes me laugh all the more. ‘I don’t understand why it’s bouncing like that,’ he says, looking all confused. ‘Are you in the right gear?’ I manage to say, leaning over to check. ‘Tracie, it’s got nothing to do with clothes,’ he says. ‘The gear I’m wearing is fine.’ ‘The gear that the car’s in, you doughnut. Look, it’s in third, that’s why it’s bouncing around like a fucking kangaroo.’ I tell him to pull over, and he kind of lurches to a stop, right in the middle of the road. ‘You can’t stop here. Go to the side,’ I instruct. He turns the key and the car pounces forward like it’s on springs. ‘It’s in third,’ I squeal. ‘I don’t know what to do,’ he howls back. ‘I don’t even know what ‘it’s in third’ means.’ I move the gear stick for him and he turns the key in the ignition. Then, for reasons that I’ll never understand, he slams his foot down on the accelerator and zooms across the street faster than Lewis Hamilton. The car mounts the kerb the other side and, just when I’m thinking that things can’t get any worse, it heads onto the plush green lawn in front of us, accompanied by screams from Dean, who is by now entirely out of control. Eventually I manage to do the only practical thing I’ve done in my life, and I yank on the handbrake, forcing the car to skid and come to a stop just before hitting the small fountain in the middle of the grass. ‘Phew, that was close,’ he says, as we stare up into the genitals of a little boy who is fashioned entirely from marble. He’s weeing into the fountain as we sit there. ‘Don’t worry,’ I say to my depressed-looking husband. ‘We’ll get you some lessons.’

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