In mid-seventies London a group of friends play a dangerous game of open marriages, secrets and lies. “It’s only sex, Ann. It won’t hurt us,” claims Lois, beautiful, talented and determined to get whatever or whoever she wants without being held back by her long-suffering, academic husband, Hugh. In homes and offices, at parties, on holidays, wherever they are, sex is there for the taking. But bed-hopping carries a price. Can love be free? Truth Games bares all. It’s fast, funny and sexy, but as the summer heat increases, stakes are raised and consequences have to be faced...
Bobbie Darbyshire lives in Clapham. She won the 2008 fiction prize at the National Academy of Writing (president Melvyn Bragg) in Birmingham, and has been published in their anthology, Finding a Voice, and by Mslexia. Her mystery romantic comedy, The Real McCoy, is being serialised in a new print magazine by First Edition Publishing. She has worked as barmaid, mushroom picker, film extra, maths coach, cabinet minister's private secretary and care assistant, as well as in social research and government policy. She runs a writers' group and is a volunteer adult-literacy teacher.
About the Author
Bobbie has a sociology degree and has worked as barmaid, mushroom picker, film extra, maths coach, cabinet minister's private secretary, and as a care assistant, as well as in social research and government policy. She hosts a writers' group and is a volunteer adult-literacy teacher. Contact her on: bobbie[dot]darbyshire[at]ntlworld[dot]com