Book Review: Vasa and Ypres: A Mayfair Conundrum by J.B.Chisholm

Book synopsis:

Forever stylish Vanessa E. Vasa was honing her observation skills when she bumped into Lanky Ella Lanesbury. Or rather Ella bumped into her, twice. When Ella reveals a conundrum, Vanessa is enlisted to help with the aid of her stoic lady’s assistant, Mildred Ypres. Follow Vasa and Ypres as they humorously navigate London’s Mayfair in their first, but hopefully not last, adventure.

My review:

Do you like British humor?

Do you like short stories that are extremely funny??

Then follow the link at the end of this review to buy Vasa and Ypres: A Mayfair Conundrum.

This book was hilarious. From the beginning scene where Vasa announces to an airplane full of people (through talking to her assistant Vpres) that her boobs are not even to investigating her frenemy Ella’s conundrum to the hilarious ending, it was nonstop with the laughs.

It is written with a very dry British humor, so you do need to be familiar with that type of humor or have that sense of humor yourself. I, for one, greatly enjoy that type of humor so this book was great.

At 78 pages, this book will be perfect for the beach or sitting by the pool!!!

Will I read this book again? Yes

Will I reccomend this book to family and friends? Yes but only if they like dry British humor and understand it.

Age range? Teens on up.

Amazon links. Please remember that prices can and will change.

Kindle Unlimited (Yellow button that says “Read for free” on it. You need a subscription for this)

Kindle (Orange button that says “Buy now with one click” on it. Comes standard with any Amazon account)

Disclaimer: I received Vasa and Ypres: A Mayfair Conundrum for free from Vasa and Ypres for my honest review. I received no financial compensation for this review and all opinions are mine and mine alone.

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