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WAGs at the World Cup (WAGs Diary #3)

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Tracie Martin is the true queen of the Wags—and this is going to be her year. The fight may be on for England to regain their rightful place in the history books. But Tracie knows that the true battle of the World Cup will be fought in Gucci and in the pages of her favorite tabloids. Only with Tracie’s knack of ending up in the papers for all the wrong reasons, she finds h ...more
Paperback, 360 pages
Published May 1st 2010 by Ebury Press (first published 2010)
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Who needs Victoria, Coleen and Alex when you can have Tracie Martin? That’s right – Tracie is back and she’s faker, more tanned and as skimpily dressed as ever. Hubbie Dean has managed to get himself a job working with Fabio so Tracie is off to South Africa to have a WAGalicious time. But first, Tracie is given the task of keeping the WAGs under wraps because we know what happened the last time the WAGs came to a World Cup. As always though things don’t always go to plan as far as Tracie is conc ...more
Now, I love the WAG series and I’m disappointed in the fact that I think this was the last installment. Also, out of the three books I felt that this was the weaker one which is a shame as it’s a bit of a bad way to end such a brilliant series. Just because it was the weaker one doesn’t mean that it isn’t an enjoyable book. Far from it, it’s an easy going read with some humour (although not as much as the other two) and it still has some kind of drama.

At the beginning of the book we learn that
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Fun, frothy and so hilarious in places that you can't help but laugh out loud. Tracie Martin likes to think that she is the ultimate WAG and with her husband part of the coaching team for the World Cup she's ready for full on WAG domination. The thing about Tracie though, is that even if she's a bit of a vacuous ditz, she still comes across as immensely likeable and I really found myself rooting for her throughout. I loved the ending! It was a perfect end for the story.

I also loved the way in wh
Fun book to read - especially during the world cup. However it is a pity that England were knocked out before I even finished the book!!!
Probably wouldn't have enjoyed it if I had read it at a different time but it was a light relief from the football!!
What a load of drivel!
I'm sorry but this book has little to recommend it - it's the first I've read by Alison Kervin & it doesn't make me want to read more.
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Alison Kervin is the Sports Editor of the Mail on Sunday newspaper. She is the first female Sports Editor of a national newspaper in England.

Before her editing job, Alison worked as chief sports feature writer for The Times, chief sports interviewer for the Daily Telegraph and editor of Rugby World magazine.

She has a hugely varied sporting CV. A sports science graduate, she was in the England gym
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Other Books in the Series

WAGs Diary (3 books)
  • The Wag's Diary (WAGs Diary, #1)
  • A WAG Abroad (WAGs Diary, #2)

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