Perfect Sex

A Romantic Comedy About Internet Dating

Fiction - Humor/Comedy
297 Pages
Reviewed on 04/13/2016
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Author Biography

Robin Storey is an indie author who lives on the picturesque Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Australia. She has published five books so far in a variety of genres - comedy crime, romantic comedy, noir romance and memoir.

She is currently working on a novel with the working title of A Time For Penance, about a woman who travels back in time to undo a crime she committed 20 years ago.

Robin is enjoying the challenges and rewards of being an indie author and loves connecting with readers on her Facebook page and her website/blog Storey-Lines.

If you go to the website and subscribe to her newsletter, you'll receive a free copy of her comedy crime novel How Not To Commit Murder.

When she's not writing and dreaming up stories, Robin likes to get back to nature - hiking or chilling out at the beach. She is a certified book nerd and is a useful person to have on your team for quiz nights for the literary questions, but not much else.

She has no strange hobbies (although she did skydive for the first time recently) or unusual pets.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Donnie Burgess for Readers' Favorite

Susan is no stranger to extremely mediocre sex. In fact, her recently dissolved marriage was practically built on it. She found out how truly amazing sex could be when she met Darius - a muscle-bound hunk from the local gym - who had an amazing body and the sex was explosive, but he lacked every other quality she looked for in a partner. She wants the best of both worlds: passionate sex with a great guy who isn’t afraid to commit. In Perfect Sex, Susan sets out to find that elusive relationship. At the urging of her flamboyant friend, Jules, she signs up for an internet dating service to start the search. Not wanting to waste any time, she chronicles her encounters as research for a semi-autobiographical book she is working on. With her girlfriends, Myf and Annie, behind her for commiseration and moral support, she dates an endless string of losers in her quest to find the perfect guy.

Robin Storey has a quick-witted writing style that really shines in Perfect Sex. With clever wordplay and colorful metaphors, Storey brings to life an eclectic, yet relatable cast of characters, unabashedly smashing through some very taboo subjects along the way. Perfect Sex is a wonderfully lighthearted love story with some of the best turns of phrase I’ve read in years. Storey’s casual discussion of the use of masturbatory aids and an openly bisexual supporting character also fearlessly challenge social convention. Perfect Sex combines brilliant characters, witty dialogue, and the more delicate subjects in a way that is fun and interesting to read. If you’re looking for a love story and aren’t afraid of one with an edge, Perfect Sex is the book for you!