Review

Review of The Beginner’s Guide To The Birds And The Bees by Sophie Hart

Published: 19th September 2014
Publisher: Bookouture
Pages: 348

Blurb:

What happens in the bedroom doesn’t have to stay in the bedroom. A refreshingly open and uplifting romantic comedy about friendship, love and sex. Sometimes you need to step out of your comfort zone in order to give a relationship a good dose of TLC… Sex therapist Annie Hall helps couples put the fizz back into their relationships. It’s a shame her own love life is non-existent.

Review:

Thank you to Bookouture for kindly sending me a review copy. Lock your doors. Buy some chocolate. Snuggle down in your duvet… SOPHIE HART IS BACK!

Annie is in her mid-thirties, single, not ready to mingle and forever sorting out everyone elses relationship problems. But that’s what happens when you’re a sex therapist. The first chapter told the reader enough about Annie and with Sophie’s warm writing style, I immediately fell back into her enchanting Fictional world.

The plot went from chapter to chapter with such ease and comfort. Reader’s don’t just hear from Annie’s point of view – we hear from quite a lot of her clients regarding their lives, their thoughts and their opinions on Annie. I really enjoyed hearing from the other characters as Sophie wrote the chapter transitions with confidence – there was no mistake on who we were reading about next.

The Beginner’s Guide To The Birds And The BeesΒ was absolutely fantastic. I devoured the book in a couple of days, even finishing it before seeing Peter Andre! It’s one which made me laugh and smile all the way through.

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