This book contains equally satisfying parts of filthy description (some good ideas) and a thoughtful, well written account of what is going on in a submissive's mind. It rings true rather than being exaggerated. I can't be certain but I think the author has been pretty honest about the highs and lows.
I really like the key cast members, I had read the book it was based on (Fashion Babylon), I love a box set. I should have enjoyed this but I was sorely disappointed. It was just dull. I didn't even watch it all.
My baby is now 3 months old and my maternity cover didn't work out so my Keep In Touch days are proper work days. I'd been reading this book at a leisurely pace until I realised I'd been working and quickly read the rest. It's straightforward and to the point which is great. I love the case studies and interviews. They never pretend it's going to be easy but is practical. I love that it's also positive about women who choose not to return to work or delay returning to work.
I really appreciate the work done to adapt to a UK audience too.
I'm really glad I bought these. Far less stress trying to measure out formula into the bottle. Also it is dryer; the steam from the hot water isn't an issue and so it's much cleaner. I use Aptimal and there is no way I could get eight scoops in though. I can just about get seven scoops in but only by pushing down to compact the powder.