Also by Rory Ridley-Duff from Men’s Hour Books
Friends or Lovers
For every man who has lost love, and every woman who is searching for it…
Penny Leyton is one smart sexy woman on her way to the top.Bridget Jones she certainly is not, but she has the same chaoticapproach to romance. Just as she is breaking through the glassceiling, her boss Dave Stockton hints at a workplace scandal. Ablaze with moral outrage, Penny realises too late that one of herown friends is implicated and that she herself is part of theproblem. Can she untangle herself from a hidden web of intrigueand save herself?
"When Rory first sent me his book to review, I sent him my advice for a happy life - always be in the pursuit of pleasure. One of the things I said was that I looked to men to be my friends and lovers but preferably not at the same time - good friends are forever, good lovers not necessarily so. I remember his response well. He said he could not imagine marrying anyone who he did not already consider his best friend. I, on the other hand, think everybody should be married once and then have the good fortune to get out! Rory swears by his marriage. I enjoy my exchanges with Rory and find many of his thoughts provocative.
does not just explore and critique the combustible situations that ignite the workplace, it dares to celebrate them. This novel is the story of a women standing on the edge of the precipice of her life, her humanity long lost. Will she take the right track in the face of adversity? It is now for me to know and for you the reader to find out... Here is a clue...there is affinity, lots of adventure and wonderful banter. Anyone who cares about love will give this book to a friend or lover, partner or spouse, sister or brother".
Dr Poonam Thapa
Gender, Culture and Sexual Health Expert
Available August 2007