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What is your definition of romantic comedy? I expect we all have different views on which book or film is our favourite. I like to write (and read) something which incorporates a little of the usual British dry wit, and so I’ve added a free sample of ‘No Sex Please, I’m Menopausal!’ to the BookFunnel promotion below which runs until 17th February and features 25 romantic and funny novels. You can check out all the books involved by clicking the link below:

https://books.bookfunnel.com/rosesandgiggles_jan2021/6495559884

The price has been reduced to $1.99 /£1.49 until 17th February.

After going through the menopause Lyn finds that she no longer wants sex. This is unfortunate, as her husband Neil still does. When he discards her after 35 years of marriage like an old worn out shoe, Lyn moves to Cornwall to start a new life. However, new friends are hard to find, and she feels lonely. On the spur of the moment she decides to join an online dating site, ‘MatchULike’, just for companionship. Amongst the peculiar people she meets is Peter; shy, and conscious that his ‘gentleman’s’ operation has rendered him an unattractive prospect in the marriage stakes. Lyn makes a friend of Peter, but when Neil gets to hear about the friendship he realises too late that there is more to a relationship than just sex, and he suddenly starts to appear back on the scene and wants to turn her life upside down all over again!

Reviews:

“Lyn’s husband dumps her after 35 years of marriage and she starts her new life by moving and joining an online dating site. Of course, her ex gets wind of it and suddenly she’s looking attractive again. It’s a familiar scenario, cleverly told in the author’s unique style, which is witty and very entertaining. I thoroughly enjoyed it!” – Vine  Voice


“This is the first book I’ve read by this author but it won’t be the last. The characters are easy to relate to and I loved the plot. The book is well written with plenty of laugh out loud moments. It follows Lyn, who has no choice but to come to terms with what’s happened and make a fresh start. I thought I knew how it would end but I was wrong. Stevie kept me guessing right until the end. Highly recommended.” – Pippa Franks


“This an extremely witty and in places a funny book and if I may say so clever! I was given a copy of this book, in return for an honest review – how lucky was I?

The title intrigued me, but how true. many menopausal women feel like this and how many men don’t understand! I think this has been a topic with many women over a cuppa for many generations.  The book delves into many emotions and has twists and turns, that are cleverly dealt with, so it is easily understood.

I won’t do into more details here, as honestly I don’t want to spoil the book for you the reader.  Should you get a copy? YES (ladies you are going to love this)!!! – I guess you can tell by my comments that I recommend it.” –  Maggie