Sex With The Ex

Sex with the ex

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“A Clever chick-lit look at the highlife Brit style” USA TODAY

by ©Tyne O’Connell

Inspired by London’s famous Home House and Met Bar on Park Lane this book and its characters are entirely fictional.

Lola has fabulous friends, an apartment and work place that is the envy of all and her boss, Charlie, is the sweetest man alive.

But as celebrity guests enjoy her latest cocktail party, Lola is having a dramatic epiphany as she spots her three significant ex-boyfriends chatting over the same bottle of Dom Perignon.

A ripping read about the exclusive world of London’s Private Members clubs. This book and its characters are entirely fictional. Celebrities, fashionistas, creatives and internet tycoons scheme, scandalise and party like there is no tomorrow.

Lola, the publicist for Posh House, London’s hottest club, personifies her motto of CCC–cool, calm, and collected. But when she spots her ex-husband, Richard, with two of her ex-boyfriends, she begins to wonder why it didn’t work out between her and Richard, or the other two men. To the dismay of her sexy boss, Charlie, Lola decides she wants Richard back and begins to pursue him, despite the fact that Richard has a new girlfriend, Sally, and still has the nasty cocaine habit that used to get under her skin. Richard waffles between Lola and Sally, but Lola remains convinced that she and Richard belong together even though her friends and Charlie disapprove. A quick romp with one of her other exes does nothing to dissuade Lola from her conviction. Though it’s clear Richard is bad news from the start, Lola is a likeable and sympathetic heroine and readers will no doubt enjoy this glimpse into sophisticated London nightlife. Kristine Huntley

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“Readers will no doubt enjoy this glimpse into sophisticated London nightlife.” American Library Association

“O’Connell’s debut is a delightful, lighthearted romp around Hollywood and the world of reality television.” — Booklist on The Sex Was Great But. . .

“Bridget Jones on speed” The Guardian UK

“Brings to mind Kathy Lette and Jilly Cooper” Mail on Sunday UK

“Lightening-fast comic twists.” Elle

“Ab Fab meets Sex In The City!” The Telegraph UK

“A Clever chick-lit look at the highlife Brit style” USA TODAY

“Makes This Life look tame by comparison.” Independent on Sunday

“A spirited page turner that is high on humour.” Company

“Full of high octane court room drama, lashings of comedy and crackling with un-zipped one liners.” BookChitChats

“O’Connell’s debut is a delightful, lighthearted romp around Hollywood and the world of reality television.” — Booklist on The Sex Was Great But. . .

“A right Royal read.” The Mayfair Times

“….Verdict: Funny exposé of It-girlschool life.” – Elle Girl UK

“Evelyn delivers some superbly sassy one-liners in this hilarious romp. Definitely a book for the modern girl.” CHAT

“Budding Anglophiles ….will soak up the flood of upper-class British culture in this book” – WASHINGTON COUNTY COOPERATIVE LIBRARY SERVICES

“A tale of celebrity, catastrophe & ‘The Rules’ – Manhatten Style.”- Publishing News

“Wickedly Funny” – Publishing News

“Frothy and fast-paced” Publishers Weekly