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The Goddess Workshop by [Johnson, Margaret K]
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4.7 out of 5 stars 18 customer reviews

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About the Author

Margaret K Johnson began writing after finishing at Art College to support her career as an artist. Writing quickly replaced painting as her major passion, and these days her canvasses lay neglected in her studio. She is the multi-published author of romances, stage plays and fiction books in various genres for people learning to speak English. Margaret has an MA in Creative Writing from the University of East Anglia and lives in Norwich, UK with her partner and son.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1442 KB
  • Print Length: 381 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1483985946
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Earthy Works (1 Jan. 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00BO9CM0M
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 18 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #309,276 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Having read The Dare Club, I knew I had to get another one of Margaret K Johnson's books. Initially I was quite surprised at the topic but quickly realised it was used as a way to explore the intricate relationships between couples and friends. This author has an amazing insight into the complexities and frailties of various types of relationships. Nothing Mills & Boon about this book - all realistic with the flaws and highs and lows of life. Very easy to read as you are not over-burdened with lots of characters (I usually lose track if too many!), which means you get to know them on a deeper level, which in turn makes the book more enjoyable as you can empathise with the decisions/actions the characters make. A definite can't put down got to read it book.
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The Goddess Workshop is such a good read, it is really funny and cleverly written. I couldn't put it down! It's about friendship (and much more ! ) between four women who have nothing in common at first but later they look out for each other and become best friends. I would certainly recommend this book as I enjoyed it very much.
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We first meet the ladies when Janet and friend Gwen walk into the church hall in their sleepy Norfolk town. The first thing they are greeted by is not the Queen's portrait, but a full scale picture from the Kama Sutra. Gwen is horrified as she thought she was attending a class to help her primulas. She demands Janet leave with her at once, but Janet thinks it actually might be some fun.

Whilst introducing themselves, Kate and Renee realise they have something, or someone in common and there is automatically bad blood within the small group which it takes Jade some very diplomatic skills to diffuse.

As the story goes along you begin to learn the women's backgrounds. They are all very different, Janet is a housewife who is beginning to reach middle age. Her marriage to her husband is just plodding along, but she thought that was normal as he is her first real relationship and they have been together nearly half her life.

Kate is the outspoken one of the group, and often saying things they would rather not hear. She is inflammatory, rude and very dismissive. She is also suffering her own personal sadness of a failed marriage. She was cheated on in the worst way, and is taking an awfully long time to recover.

Renee is the eldest of the group. Nearing her sixties, she is happily married and has a brood of girls. There is a huge sadness in Renee's life and she is grieving terribly. This threatens to shake her marriage and there is much work to do for the couple to make things work. This loss also impacts on their other children and life for Renee is difficult.

Finally there is Estelle. Hard faced and snooty, looking down her nose at all the others and wondering why on earth she is mixing with them.
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Janet, Estelle, Reenie and Kate arrive at the local church hall feeling apprehensive about what to expect from the course they've signed up for. The charismatic course leader, Jade, has her work cut out helping this diverse group of strangers to bond and support each other in their individual journeys to the 'garden of earthly delights'.

Janet is stuck in a marriage that has lost all warmth, love and respect. She needs to overcome obstacles and come to understand herself more clearly in order to reach happiness and the sensual experience that Jade promises at the start of the course. I found Janet the most sympathetic character, although I could relate to elements of each of the other three women who also have their own difficulties to overcome and journeys of personal growth. The characterisation is good, and unlike other books with four main characters introduced right from the start, I never once muddled them up. However, I would have liked to learn more about Jade.

The women don't initially take to each other, and at the start of the story I didn't feel particularly warm towards any of them either. However, in the same way that Jade takes them from indifference and dislike, through tentative friendships on towards trust and genuine affection, the author worked a similar magic on me.

Although this is a story about intimacy, this element is tastefully handled through the use of humour and the avoidance of explicit description. There is a satisfying plot twist. I was on a train when the reveal played out and my reaction drew puzzled glances from my fellow passengers.

Knowing that this was originally written and performed as a stage play, I rather enjoyed picturing the opening and closing scenes on a stage.

The Goddess Workshop is a story of trust and friendship as much as one of finding your inner goddess. I'd like to thank the author for sending me a review copy
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This is a story about four women, Janet, Estelle, Kate and Reenie, each from different backgrounds and are complete different personalities and with nothing in common apart from just one little thing. None of them have ever experienced an orgasm.

So they decide to attend a workshop, a goddess workshop and here our ladies meet for the first time. At first they do not get on but after they each share personal things in class they connect and become friends, much to each of their surprise.

Each of the characters has something to overcome in their lives before they can embrace and become in tune with their inner goddess and reinvent themselves into the women they want to be.

This is a great story that at times had me laughing out loud it really is a good comedy read. The workshop scenes are no place if you are a little prudish and are a little cheeky at times. But also there is a serious side to the book as one of the characters is dealing with a family tragedy and there are serious issues in the other women's lives too that are going on too.

I really enjoyed this book. I thought it was a good fun read and I will look forward to reading some more books by the same author.
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