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After nearly four years with Jeff, everything fell apart. I found myself single, scared, but somehow liberated as well. Rather than stumble into another ill advised relationship, my best friend Sally helped me find focus. I would spend the next few months “finding myself” sexually. That’s how The Rebound List was born.
My journey begins with the first item on my list - a virgin. But it's not easy to go from squeaky-clean committed girlfriend to wanton sex goddess. Hopefully I'll have the guts to follow through!
What (or whom) would you do to celebrate your freedom after your first serious relationship breaks down?
The first real warning sign that our relationship was doomed came a few weeks prior to our fourth
anniversary. During a chat with Sally - arguably my best friend as well as colleague - she speculated
whether or not Jeff might propose to me. The thought filled me with dread. Don't get me wrong, I
didn't hate him. I actually kind of still loved him but the idea that this was all which life had in store
for me depressed me greatly. There was more I had to do; more experiences I was yet to have.
Was he really planning to propose? I certainly hoped not because I couldn't accept. No way. And I
have always hated confrontations, so having to say ‘no’ was an extremely unpleasant prospect.
In a way, finding the inappropriate emails from him to an old lover had been a relief. A chance to
make a relatively clean break without having to confess uncomfortable truths. I moved out within
the month and found myself free but also apprehensive about what might be in store for me next.
Would I find what I had been missing?
I wouldn't make the same mistakes again. Starting a new relationship on the rebound, not fully
celebrating my newfound freedom were definite 'no-no's. I needed a plan to figure out when I would
be ready to settle down. A means of measuring whether I had lived single life to the fullest.
That's how the list was born. While it mentions only the highlights, between the lines I intended to
not just vary who with, but also how or where I would get it on.
About the Author: Hedonist Six is an author of Erotic Romance based in London. Nobody’s perfect, neither are her characters, which makes them all the more relatable and well-liked by her fans. Reviewers have described her debut novel Just Another Day at the Office as heart-felt and unique within the genre.
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