What Dubh portrayed was an accurate description of sex and relationships in 2017 from a female perspective. But what she did even more brilliantly was help to erase the feelings of shame that women who have open and healthy sexual relationships are expected to feel.
You know, I haven't read some good chick-lit in a while. I get sent many books to review but rarely in this genre, and the books I purchase myself all seem to be of a thriller/mystery nature. So, to receive a copy of The Law of Attraction by Roxie Cooper was a breath of fresh air.
"Never judge a book by its cover." Agreed. But sometimes it just can't be helped. When I was asked if I wanted to review City of Toys I agreed. The blurb sounded interesting but the front cover didn't leave me expecting much. Boy, was I wrong!