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It's not surprising there's a Bad Sex Award with so much inept formulaic erotica around. The Secret Life of Girls is an exception from the usual grunt-porn, which fails to evoke setting or create characters with an internal life.
This is different. There's an elegance and lightness of touch, expressed in a flair for language and dialogue which celebrates the complexities of sexuality and the wonders of femaleness. Erotic fiction is so difficult to get right but Chloe Thurlow seems to be succeeding, both artistically and commercially. And convent-girls in distress have a certain je ne sais quoi...