“9 and I/2 Weeks meets The Vicar of Dibly!” A mystery and a love story, both funny and wicked! When Rachel and Frankie move to an idyllic remote country village, they expect to be the subject of local gossip and are prepared to be shunned for their lifestyle. But as they settle into their quaint cottage, they find they are very popular indeed and their shock value pales when the underbelly of village life reveals itself. Bizarre events raise questions that beg for answers: what do the postmistress and the vicar do in the field opposite every morning? How come the church is permanently closed? What’s with the village pride in its two prostitutes (one does incomers, the other does locals)? Why did the previous owner keep his cock in the pantry? And what’s this mysterious “club” everyone keeps talking about? As the intrigue builds, Frankie is determined to uncover the truth – and finds herself caught is a web of sex, lies and sellotape that tests her relationship and tears at the net curtain fabric of their village life…
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I’m a British author based in Brighton. Although this story is fiction, it is semi-autibiographical based on my life with my partner, which was often bizarre and sometimes hilarious!! The book took almost 10 years to write as my partner sadly passed away from cancer six years ago, so it’s written in her memory and half the proceeds will go to MacMillan Cancer Care. I hope the book reflects her character, likeable, funny and a touch wicked!! Losing Maria turned my world upside down – and my life has changed almost beyond recognition. I now write full time and have just finished a novella called Fallen Angel, which is the story of Lisa from Gin And It. I love living by the sea and being out in nature – walking, hiking, fitness are my hobbies as well as part time caring for a beautiful and very naughty beagle I rescued called Baxter! Make the most of every moment, stay in the present and live with love and happiness because that is what really matters. Thank you and I hope you enjoy reading – and know that in doing so you will contribute to helping someone living with cancer of who has lost someone to cancer.