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Erotic Fiction?: A cheeky humorous fiction novel - Warning: NOT Erotica Kindle Edition
There’s nothing sexy about her humdrum life as a mum. But is her husband’s
crazy scheme a bit too exciting?
Sarah’s mind-numbing housewife existence is turning her brain to mush. With her
third bun in the oven, this British mum is drowning under a mountain of playdates,
bills, and head lice checks. But her man’s get-rich-quick idea of writing steamy
novels isn’t her ideal way to dial up life’s passion.
Drew desperately wants a break from Sarah’s whinging. And if that means
researching how to write racy books all by himself, then he’ll make the sacrifice. But
as he finally warms Sarah up to the sultry side hustle, their R-rated private project
gets publicly exposed…
With an office scandal brewing, it’s only a matter of time before gawking workers
and a perfectly nosy PTA president turn them into social pariahs.
Can Sarah and Drew earn some extra income from sizzling lit without falling prey to
Erotic Fiction is a charming comedy for fans of humorous fiction. If you like sweet
love stories, endearing characters, and dry British humor, then you’ll adore Kindle
Storyteller Award Winner Hannah Lynn’s delightful tale.
Buy Erotic Fiction to slip into something a little more lovable today!
- ASIN : B07YLXG76T
- Publication date : February 14, 2020
- Language : English
- File size : 990 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Sticky notes : On Kindle Scribe
- Print length : 290 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : B084DG2B5M
- Best Sellers Rank: #563,990 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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Sarah and Andrew have been married for long enough to have a 5 yr old, 3 yr old and another one on the way. And let’s just say life hasn’t been all that kind to them financially. And this is the story of how they find their way back together and through their financial issues.
The main message I felt throughout this story was that of open communication and trust. It’s not like Sarah and Andrew don’t have honest conversations. It just felt like there was room for improvement in their communication overall.
Little things like how they felt about their house, how to try and make more money etc just didn’t quite line up between the two of them. Those are kind of important to get right in relationships. Those kinds of breakdown in communication can cause so many issues.
We even see this play out a little bit. Amongst other funny anecdotes. The post office one (you’ll know if when you read it) had me going “How is that the policy?!” I mean, I’ve gotta assume the whole “12 hours” thing was totally made up coz working people would never be able to meet that timeline.
For a quick, easy read that’s got some moments to laugh at this is a great book. I didn’t feel like there was a lot of depth or need to concentrate too much so it’s great for a break from life.
Top reviews from other countries
I loved Sarah and Drew. Their humdrum existence as young parents to two children, with another one on the way, is so realistically portrayed. Forget the organic baby food, the constructive play, the early learning, the environmentally friendly nappies, and all that malarkey. The reality is exhaustion, furry grapes in the snack box (not a euphemism), urine-soaked sheets, an ever-growing wash pile, and spending your last tenner on head lice lotion.
Sarah is worn out, heavily pregnant and coping with two demanding youngsters. Drew is a hard-working husband who commutes every day to his job in IT, copes with the incredibly inept Barry, and is oblivious to the charms and the desires of his boss’s niece, Polly.
Drew thinks he’s doing his best by Sarah, but she’s not impressed that he won’t approach his parents for help in buying a bigger house, and she can’t help but resent the fact that he gets to go out every day and mix with proper grown ups, while the only adult she gets to see on a daily basis is the dreaded Ms Perfect Mother at the school gates.
Money is tight, and when Drew even has to sacrifice his weekly office fry-up, he decides something has to be done. Which is when he comes up with the bright idea of writing an erotic novel. After all, if Naughty Nanny can make a fortune writing her saucy stories, surely he and Sarah can do the same? Except Sarah’s not remotely interested, which means Drew is going to have to attempt to write one for himself, and it turns out he’s not short of ideas.
I won’t give away any more of the plot, but I will say that Erotic Fiction is a fast-paced page-turning read. It’s light and joyous and so addictive I couldn’t put it down. Sarah and Drew are people I could relate to and root for. I loved little George and Eva, recognised the grandparents and their “absolutely adore the grandchildren but only once a month” attitude, and even liked Barry and Polly, despite them causing so much trouble for Drew.
As the book builds to a climax (no pun intended) I was absolutely flying through the text, desperate to know how things would turn out. The office party scene is brilliantly written, and the tension builds beautifully to a really nail-biting finale, which is so well done.
I absolutely loved every moment of the story and I’m so glad I saw Anne’s review, as I might never have picked it up otherwise.
Warm, funny, easy-to-read, with characters I loved and a plot line that was original and appealing, this is a book I would unhesitatingly recommend. Five stars all the way!
I was very intrigued about the bit on writing the book and how it will work and I was happily surprised at how funny everything around the book evolved. Even in the post office!
I love all of Hannah Lynn's books :)