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One year of pleasure, no strings attached. Simple, right? Factor in meddlesome colleagues, friends with benefits, getting frisky al fresco and maybe, possibly, true love and Phoebe's got her work cut out for her. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. Published April 10th by Quercus first published December 5th More Details Original Title. Other Editions Friend Reviews.

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Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Sep 30, Aditi rated it it was amazing Shelves: contemporary-romance , my-reviews , women-chick-lit , penguin-books , glasgow. Synopsis: Phoebe Henderson may be single but she sure doesn't feel fabulous. So what happens when a year old lonely and single woman wants to make a bucket list of what kind of sexual adventures she will have? I must say I never read such a hilarious book of erotica, where sex is going on but in a rather funny way!

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The characters from lonely, brave and funny Phoebe to her coolest best friend, Lucy to her annoying and sly boss, Frank to her cheating ex, Alex to her cutest guy best friend, Oliver to the rest of the lot- each and every one depict the characters from our everyday life, meaning which they are realistic and believable and I could instantly relate to the people in my life.

Moreover, Phoebe sounds like an epitome of every lonely, single woman. For me, Phoebe Henderson rocks! The narrative style is equally witty and entertaining and that kept me stuck like glue till its very end. I even loved the articulate and crisp prose that the author used to describe her story and since written in a diary entry style, the book had got a fast pace and can be read in a one go.

So yeah read this book, on a lazy afternoon and watch how this book can actually take the stress off your shoulders!! Verdict: Damn! And if you are still single this year, then this book can be your perfect guide. As for me it was the perfect guide! Courtesy: Thanks to the author, Joanna Bolouri, for giving me an opportunity to read and review her book. View all 6 comments. Dec 10, Danielle rated it really liked it.

I devoured the book in a matter of hours, unable to put it down as it kept me chuckling, gasping and experiencing a little blushing. Eager to change her life and get out of a rut she decides to focus on one area of her life that could do with a little more excitement — her sex life.

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Of course to work through a list of sexual adventures, a heroine needs a partner in crime and boy is Oliver the whole package. With his cheeky Irish humour, smouldering good looks and sweet yet saucy personality, he is the perfect companion to accompany and at times guide Phoebe through her list. With plenty of laugh-out-loud moments, awesome characters, wonderful displays of friendship, plenty of swoons and sensual moments, THE LIST is a fantastic, funny, quirky read that will charm you from page one and take you on one hell of a ride. I loved it! Dec 08, Andrea rated it it was amazing.

I translated this book into German, so I had to read it several times over. Having read it about five times, translated it and reviewed the translation, I still found myself laughing out loud in the middle of my work. Bolouri has a brillliant sense of humour and the same warm approach to her characters I have come to admire in Scottish authors.

Phoebe, Lucy and all their friends are full of flaws - but everyone is lovable apart from Alex, maybe. A very enjoyable read! View 2 comments. Feb 24, Jolien rated it it was ok Shelves: read-in , romance. I do not think this is a romance novel. Which is fine!

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But this is advertised as a romance novel. Am I the only one who thought there was nothing even remotely romantic or emotional in this book? This is a book about a woman who is trying to drown her sadness in a bucket list of sex. Which brings me to my next point. All they do or think about is sex and profanity. They hate their jobs. Totally incapable of having a normal conversation.

I just… No. I normally have no problem with using swearwords in novels. I mean, we all use them once in a while, no? I have read other reviews of people who say that Phoebe is trying to discover herself and trying to find what she wants from life. I did not get that at all. For example, she hates her job. Why not do something about it?

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Are you going to spend the rest of your life at a job you hate because you were too lazy to look for alternatives? And about her cheating ex-boyfriend. The only self-discovery she does is find out what and who she likes in bed.

Oh, and the big reveal at the end of course. Nov 27, Heather rated it it was amazing Shelves: Dominatrixes don't cuddle and listen to Johnny Cash, we are complete bastards and we listen to Rammstein. Picture the end goal being sexual liberation in and not a boyfriend in the s and you're on track. This follows Phoebe, a something singleton whose ex-boyfriend Alex has left her heartbroken. Not content with a year of being sad, she wants a new year's resolution Dominatrixes don't cuddle and listen to Johnny Cash, we are complete bastards and we listen to Rammstein.

Not content with a year of being sad, she wants a new year's resolution that actually means something, not a string of promises that are foregone by January 3rd. So, she compiles 'the list': 10 things she'd like to try sexually, from sex to a stranger to mastering the art of dirty talk. Recruiting her friend with benefits Oliver to the cause, she explores and pushes her sexual boundaries, with some going easier than they often would in real life, but others passed off as an 'I'll never do that again'.

Following her sexual exploits, Phoebe not only discovers a lot about herself and why past relationships failed, but encounters a number of men she wouldn't previously have. From the dynamics with her boss Frank changing to the idea of Vince Vaughn lookalikes being lusted after, the mix of male characters makes a refreshing change of pace. No, they're not all sexy lotharios, no they're not all well endowed sex gods.

Bolouri isn't afraid to give her character a little disappointment. It's genuinely funny, and it's fearless about sexual encounters. It's not detailed in the way that would put some people off, but it's told through the diary of someone who has the right balance of humour and seriousness when it comes to their problems.


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Friends don't sugar coat their criticism, and this may be the first book where the line "Did you eat my twix? It's witty, on point humour, and it has a healthy attitude to sex, body image and relationships. It explores how it can impact friendships, time with strangers and exes, and it does it with the Jones-esque 'because she swallowed the evidence' humour.

One of my favourite books this year, and most certainly my new favourite singleton hitting the town. We don't care! Good on you people for buying whatever you feel like. And that's another reason I love this book. It has a healthy attitude to the use of companies like Ann Summers. It's not a taboo to buy sex toys, or to use sex toys alone or with a partner. More books need to be this positive to a woman's sexuality, especially when single!

Jan 13, Ana rated it it was amazing Shelves: chick-lit-womens-fiction , read-in , favorites , books-i-own , releases. No, no drugs or blood will be involved, however it's gonna be very very hard. I don't know about you, but for me the hardest reviews to write are those about the book I absolutely loved. But that won't be enough e? Also, there's the fear, the fear that no matter how much I try or how eloquent I try to be, I will never be able to write a review which will do this amazing book justice. But I love challenges, so I'm gonna do my darn best to show the world just how much this book means to me.

I honestly hope you will be intrigued enough to give this book a go. Phoebe Henderson is newly single, in her thirties and just realized she spent almost all her life trying to please others will not living life to fullest. Imagine Bridget Jones with a sharper tongue and nasty habit of swearing and you pretty much get Phoebe.