Lynda Renham writes romantic comedy novels and has a growing fan base. She has been likened in style to Sophie Kinsella but writes with a down-to earth humour. Lynda’s novels are popular, refreshingly witty, fast paced, and with a strong romantic theme. Lynda lives in Oxford, UK. She has appeared on BBC radio discussion programs and when not writing Lynda can usually be found wasting her time on Facebook.
"Lynda Renham is right up there with chick-lit royalty! I'm not talking princess either, for me, the Queen of Chick-lit". – Booketta Book Blog
When 29-year-old Binki Grayson is offered a Christmas bonus by her boss at the office party she didn't imagine he meant a quickie over his desk. Things for Binki just go from bad to worse so when she discovers her late has left her something in her will she thinks things can only get better. What she doesn't realise is that her inheritance comes with a complication.
The Dog’s Bollocks is Lynda Renham’s funniest romantic comedy novel so far. A cocktail of misunderstandings, three unlikely gangsters, a monkey and a demented cat make this novel a hysterical read. Follow Harriet’s adventure where every attempt to get out of trouble puts her deeper in it.
A collection of three hilarious British romantic comedy novels by Lynda Renham, including:
Croissants and Jam (A Romantic Comedy)
Cocounts and Wonderbras (A Romantic Comedy Adventure)
Pink Wellies and Flat Caps (A Romantic Comedy)