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The Love Factory: The sexiest romantic comedy you'll read this year Hardcover – 22 Mar 2018
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A great big warm-hearted sexy feast of a book (Erotic Review)
A smart, sexy, witty novel about love and desire, and how losing everything can sometimes be the best thing that ever happened to youSee all Product description
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This is a beautifully written book that is so needed at this moment in time. It speaks of connection and intimacy, openness and diversity at a time where it feels that these core elements of what it means to be a human being are in depressingly short supply.
This is the first time I’ve wanted to start re-reading a book from the moment I finished it, whilst still reading it! Take that as a glowing endorsement.
The pace is somewhat slow at the start, but as The Love Factory is established and introduces new writers, the story line explores more than Anna’s life as these writers offer up their own passionate encounters. Anna’s life is somewhat tepid in comparison, yet it is peppered with flavour added by her Italian roots, her multicultural friends and her willingness to face new challenges rather than accept a safe routine to her life. I’m an avid fan of urban fantasy or contemporary romances with a sassy heroine, plenty of action and fun banter. This book has none of these yet I still enjoyed it. It’s a sedate read even with the intimate scenes included, which makes the impactful moments more forceful.
It's a shame that with so much good stuff here, the central conceit of writing literary erotica should let the book down: all is well till we read the stories that our characters are writing and it's just not that good: 'and then he shook an orgasm out of me like sugar cubes from a jar', 'I have been told that my breasts are a lightning rod' - urgh!
That aside, this is a quick and easy read but infused with a warm humanity.