The Sex Life of My Aunt
Lovely home, lovely husband, lovely family: apart from the envy of her less content sister, everything in Dilys’s rags-to-riches life is lovely, lovely, lovely. Until the day she meets a man at a railway station who is also—lovely.
As Dilys hurtles toward her destruction— her liberation—she discovers that deceit is in the blueprint of our birth, that ancient aunts have their own dark secrets, that envious sisters have their reasons, and that when brief encounters meet basic instincts, the right choice, like truth, is rarely pure and never simple.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - cathymoore - LibraryThing
This is the story of Dilys, a wealthy, very pleasant woman in her late forties who inspite of her seemingly perfect married life, engages in an affair with a man she meets by chance at a railway ... Read full review
Review: The Sex Life Of My AuntUser Review - Katherine Quirke - Goodreads
How scary this book is - I don't mean from a spooky point of view but from a realism point of view. The book made me think about adultery, life, relationships and how frail they can be even when ... Read full review
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