Sunday, 22 September 2013

Book Review: The Naughty Girls' Book Club by Sophie Hart

Title: The Naughty Girls Book Club

Author: Sophie Hart
Publisher: HarperCollins
Publication  Date: 22nd April 2013


A quaint suburb. A quiet little reading group. A very naughty reading list…
Erotica meets a small town community – how ever will our book club cope?
Estelle sets up a book group in order to increase custom to her struggling small town cafe, what follows is more scandalous than she could have ever imagined…

As the first book club meeting flounders, Estelle suggests a spot of erotica to spice up the members lives – with trepidation the decision is accepted.

Inspired by their sizzling reads, this group of shy suburban readers shake off their inhibitions and discover a new side to themselves with some tantalising results.

Saucy and sexy chicklit fiction at its most seductive.

didn't like it didn't like it didn't like it didn't like it didn't like it  - A deserved 5/5 star rating!
I loved this! I was worried when I saw the cover and said if you liked fifty shades then you will love this..I thought oh no not another book jumping on the band wagon but boy I was totally wrong for judging this before reading. It was a great read had me giggling quite a few times.

We Meet Estelle who owns a cafe and is struggling to keep it running but when she sets up a book group in her cafe in order to increase custom in her cafe in the small town.
The first book club sees us meet Rebecca who wants to spice things up with her husband, Gracie who is a feminist and vintage fan, Sue who feels like she is stuck in a rut with her husband George and Reggie only attending to gain material about book clubs for his university subject.
As Estelle asks the group to choose a book to starts the line of Erotic books..the book club would start to explore different type of erotic books and the style of writing.

This book was a right easy read and a giggle! Whatever you do before reading, do not judge the cover! It does have sex scenes but it kind of makes you giggle as with each chapter you get to know the book group more and more and by the end of the book, you feel like you know them personally whether it's a family member, next door neighbour, friend.
I do love the style of writing Sophie Hart has done, she has made the naughty Girl's book club a frisky, flirty, laugh out loud and easy read, perfect for holidays this year!

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