Friday 29 August 2014

The Beginner's Guide to the Birds and the Bees by Sophie Hart

Let’s talk about sex… would you share your bedroom secrets if it meant saving your marriage?

This book is a refreshingly uplifting romantic comedy about friendship, love and sex. This book sees Sex therapist Annie Hall try to help three couples put the fizz back into their relationships.  

The first couple are Nick and his gorgeous wife but he knows Julia is after only one thing – a baby and Nick is trying to make her see there's more to life than just babies but can Annie help Julia to see that?

The second couple are newly engaged Zoe and Simon can’t seem to keep their hands off each other. They’ve decided to take a vow of celibacy until their wedding night, well Simon reluctantly has agreed to this too. Will Annie help them stick to it?

The third couple are Roy and Linda have been married for over thirty years but she’s more interested in the family business than getting intimate with him, but is there more to why Linda's chooses to be like than just what appears on the surface? Can Annie convince Linda to rediscover her passion for Roy after all this time?

It’s a shame Annie's own love life is non-existent. When Jamie who works next door catches her eye, she can’t ignore the spark of chemistry.   While Annie begins to work her magic with the three couples, she soon finds herself falling for Jamie.  But she’s been hurt before – will he be different?  Will she follow the advice that she's been giving her own clients in order to potentially fall in love and learn a few life lessons of her own?  Maybe it’s time for Annie to take some of her own advice......

This was my first book that I've read from Sophie Hart & I enjoyed it, the story flowed well, made me giggle in parts and I also loved all the quotes from famous people at the start of every chapter.  If you’re looking for a light-hearted read then kick your feet up with a large bar of chocolate, turn off your phone, and sink into Sophie’s new novel.

Thank you to bookouture via Margaret Madden for allowing me to read and review this book. This book will available on Kindle and in all good bookstores and will be published on 19th September.

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