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In Jilly Cooper's third Rutshire chronicle we meet Ricky France Lynch who is moody macho and magnificent He had a large crumbling estate a nine goal polo handicap and a beautiful wife who was fair game for anyone with a cheue book He also had the adoration of fourteen year old Perdita MacLeod Perdita couldn't wait to leave her dreary school and be The best thing about Jilly Cooper books is her female characters They re very realistic They aren t all drop dead beautiful model thin and perfectly coifed Their houses aren t always clean and they re not all award winning journalists or environmental activists or renowned artists They re normal average women who sometimes stay in their PJs all day watch Neighbors and eat ice cream right out of the cartonThey run out of clean underwear don t always wash their hair or bother with make up Nine times out of ten those are days the guy they like decides to drop by unannounced Not that it matters because the guy falls in love with them anywayWhich I think is cool beans Marriage by Deception year old Perdita MacLeod Perdita couldn't wait to leave her dreary school and be The best thing about Jilly Cooper books is her female characters They re very realistic They aren t all drop dead beautiful model thin and perfectly coifed Their houses aren t always clean and they re not all award winning journalists or environmental activists or renowned artists They re normal average women who sometimes stay in their PJs all day watch Neighbors and eat ice cream right out of the cartonThey run out of clean underwear don t always wash their hair or bother with make up Nine times out of ten those are days the guy they like decides to drop by unannounced Not that it matters because the guy falls in love with them anywayWhich I think is cool beans

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Polo author Jilly Cooper

A place as a top class polo player take the reader on a wildly exciting journey to the estancias of Argentina to Palm Beach and Deauville and on to the royal polo fields of England and the glamorous pitches of California where the most heroic battle of all is destined to be fought a match that is about far than just the winning of a huge silver c Not uite my favourite JCRivals is hard to beat I think but I still love this story as it arcs a couple of the other Rutshire novels so has a massive ridiculous cast of brilliant characters Special mention to adjectives repeatedly used including heavenly ravishing piggy and pouty If there is an alternate universe then I hope this is it

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Come a polo playerThe polo set were ritzy wild and gloriously promiscuousPerdita thought she'd get along with them very well But before she had time to grow up Ricky's life exploded into tragedy and Perdita turned into a brat who loved only her horses and Ricky France Lynch Ricky's obsession to win back his wife and Perdita's to win both Ricky and Another summer bonkbuster from Jilly Cooper but one I found disappointing than Riders and Rivals This story is presented as a backdrop to the first two books Cooper wrote that centred on Rupert Campbell Black covering the time he was with Helen and then his relationship with Taggie Instead of show jumping or television we are presented with the glitzy world of polo from the clubs in the English countryside to the heat scorched yards of Argentina to the Hollywood glamour of Palm BeachOur heroine this time round is spoilt brat Perdita who shows a stunning flair for polo and has sympathetic loving relationships with horses and dogs but not with people She is brought up by long suffering mother Daisy and stepfather Hamish with whom Daisy has had two children Perdita s father is absent for much of the book but his entrance is explosiveIt is extremely hard to find any liking at all for Perdita her every action is driven by her desperate need for attention She shouts and screams to get her own way and is never taken in hand by anyone She cannot see the people who are good in her life and instead seeks out those who have money and can therefore help her reach the pinnacle of polo successFor most of her life Perdita imagines herself in love with Ricky France Lynch another brooding arrogant loner in the mould of Rupert Ricky however suffers enormous tragedy early on in his polo career and so it is much easier to have sympathy for his character He is fighting to win back his wife Chessie and erase the memory of son Will and much of his bad behaviour can be attributed to thisSo things I liked well Cooper has lost none of her ability to tell a rip roaring page turning story and I enjoy the gossipy nature of her writing style She is able to conjure up pictures of the polo world and the three very diverse locations in which much of the story is set Once her love for horses and dogs leaps from the page since the polo ponies are the real heroes and heroines of the book I loved the characters of Luke and Daisy and was glad to see Ricky achieve the happiness he so yearned forThings I didn t like can be mostly summed up by one word Perdita This is one of the least likeable of the characters that Cooper has written so far so much so that you actually begrudge her redemption late in the book and feel that she hasn t suffered half enough for the pain and heartache she inflicts on others I also disliked Chessie and could not understand for the life of me why Ricky would be trying so hard to win her backOne other thing that bugs me about Jilly s books is the fact that all of the most beautiful women are slender and predatory There is usually a place for a tubby cheerful sort here Daisy and in previous books the likes of Lizzie but they are not considered the beauties of the piece I understand that the books were written when thin eualled beautiful but it is a shame that a healthy body image cannot be promotedSo all in all a book I enjoyed but not her best work Dangerous Melody (Treasure Seekers yards of Argentina to the Hollywood glamour of Palm BeachOur heroine this time round is spoilt brat Perdita who shows a stunning flair for polo and has sympathetic loving relationships with horses and dogs but not with people She is brought up by long suffering mother Daisy and stepfather Hamish with whom Daisy has had two children Perdita s father is absent for much of the book but his entrance is explosiveIt is extremely hard to find any liking at all for Perdita her every action is driven by her desperate need for attention She shouts and screams to get her own way and is never taken in hand by anyone She cannot see the people who are good in her life and instead seeks out those who have money and can therefore help her reach the pinnacle of polo successFor most of her life Perdita imagines herself in love with Ricky France Lynch another brooding arrogant loner in the mould of Rupert Ricky however suffers enormous tragedy early on in his polo career and so it is much easier to have sympathy for his character He is fighting to win back his wife Chessie and erase the memory of son Will and much of his bad behaviour can be attributed to thisSo things I liked well Cooper has lost none of her ability to tell a rip roaring page turning story and I enjoy the gossipy nature of her writing style She is able to conjure up pictures of the polo world and the three very diverse locations in which much of the story is set Once her love for horses and dogs leaps from the page since the polo ponies are the real heroes and heroines of the book I loved the characters of Luke and Daisy and was glad to see Ricky achieve the happiness he so Devoted to Drew yearned forThings I didn t like can be mostly summed up by one word Perdita This is one of the least likeable of the characters that Cooper has written so far so much so that


10 thoughts on “Polo author Jilly Cooper

  1. says:

    Horses bad behaviour and lots of orgasms Polo is the third book in Jilly Cooper’s Rutshire Chronicles series and is hands down my absolute favourite of the – currently – nine book line up I may be a bit biased though as this was the first Jilly Cooper I ever read and the sex scenes it contains have been in

  2. says:

    Original reviewFirst read in my teens this is my fave Jilly Cooper just beating Rivals Bonkbusting mayhem at it's very best

  3. says:

    The best thing about Jilly Cooper books is her female characters They're very realistic They aren't all drop dead beautiful

  4. says:

    After Riders and Rivals i was SO geared up to read Polo Sadly i didn’t particularly likerelate to the charactersespecially Perdita What a shame I’ll still stick with the series and pray the next book keeps me hooked

  5. says:

    Another summer bonkbuster from Jilly Cooper but one I found disappointing than Riders and Rivals This story is presented as

  6. says:

    Polo follows the love lives of two women scatty but lovable Daisy and her daughter the tempermental and estremely

  7. says:

    This series is far and away the absolute best trashy romance available in the world Jilly Cooper puts all her Rivals to shame Whenever I don't have a fresh book handy I just pick of any one of this series and know that I will be instantly transported This is probably my 15th or higher read of this book and it's my favorite of them all Best to start at the beginning though and read them all start to finish If you love fictitious

  8. says:

    Definitely my favourite Jilly Cooper ever Mrs Cooper's stories are often called romps through the Rutshire countryside and this romps like a thoroughbred polo pony The great joy aside from the dreamy men is how animals becom

  9. says:

    Not uite my favourite JCRivals is hard to beat I think but I still love this story as it arcs a couple of the other Rutshire novels so has a massive ridiculous cast of brilliant characters Special mention to adjectives repeatedly used including 'heavenly' 'ravishing' 'piggy' and 'pouty' If there is an alternate universe then I hope this is it

  10. says:

    I love Polo Ironically Jilly Cooper introduced me to Robert Frost as well as other things which shall not be mentioned here A very good read keeps me hooked til the last page even though I've read it so many times it's falling apart