Wednesday, 1 June 2016

Review of The Late Blossoming of Frankie Green by Laura Kemp - Four **


A laugh-out-loud, feel good, romantic comedy, which will take you on an enlightening emotional rollercoaster. Perfect for the fans of Sophie Kinsella and Jane Costello.
Frankie Green's happy ever after is put on hold when her childhood sweetheart husband complains things are boring in bed.
When he asks for some space, she sets out to win him back by getting herself a sex education.
Little does she know that her hilarious, tender and embarrassing journey of enlightenment is going to change everything...
A story full of humour, heartache and happiness, of friendship, coming of age and overcoming insecurity.


This is a lovely book about love and friendship - and re-evaluating yourself and your life. Frankie is married and her husband suggests a trial separation. Em is a geeky oddball and believes that she'll never find true love. Letty avoids relationships and believes that sex is all she needs.

Changes occur to all 3 friends and the book follows them as they change and adapt to situations that, in themselves, change.

It's very funny at times and I very much enjoyed it.

I was given an ARC by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

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