A Moral Dilemma by Zara Kingsley
Publisher: Independent Self Publishing
Publication Date: March 16, 2014
Format: Paperback - 440 pages
Kindle - 567 KB
Genre: Chick Lit / Romantic Comedy
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Disclaimer: I received a copy of the book from the author in exchange for my honest review and participation in a virtual book tour event hosted by Chick Lit Plus Blog Tours.
Rebecca Hardy isn't a naturally deceptive person, but it seems her boyfriend might be—and when she theatrically catches him cheating, she decides she’s had it with these modern-day men who can’t commit. She has even less regard for these immoral modern day women, who don’t hesitate to prey on men in committed relationships. What is wrong with them?! Don't they care that they're breaking hearts and destroying lives?! Rebecca, with her high morals and family values, would never even consider dating a married man. Which is why her friends are so shocked when Rebecca finds herself doing exactly that—albeit at the fervent request of that man’s very own wife, the notorious Isabella Coombs.
At first, Rebecca likes to think of it as helping someone out—female camaraderie, and all that. But she doesn't expect Isabella’s husband to be quite so charming…or for things to go quite so far.
My Book Review:
A Moral Dilemma is an entertaining British romantic comedy that will keep the reader in stitches with its abundance of drama, humor, mystery, and romance.
Set in London and told in the first person narrative, the reader follows the crazy romantic relationship, friendship, and career trials and tribulations of twenty-eight year old beautician Rebecca Hardy. Rebecca has always believed in traditional romantic relationships until she catches her longtime boyfriend Jeremy cheating. Disillusioned and protective of her morals and her heart, Rebecca isn't prepared for the offer that comes her way from Isabella Coombs, a rich client who is afraid her husband will cheat on her. Isabella asks Rebecca to help her out by flirting with her husband to see what he will do. What starts out as a harmless plan to "help" a friend will ultimately test Rebecca's resolve and turn into a moral dilemma ... could she ... would she ... really date a married man?
A Moral Dilemma is a sassy fast-paced tale that is just plain fun to read! It has a cast of quirky characters who will keep the reader laughing with their cheeky British dialogue and drama-filled hilarious situations, while also keeping the reader guessing what Rebecca will do when she is faced with a romantic moral dilemma. In true British style a la Bridget Jones, author Zara Kingsley easily draws the reader into Rebecca's story. This is chick lit and romantic comedy at its very best!
A Moral Dilemma is a delightful story about the quirky complexities within the dynamics of friendships and romantic relationships that will keep the reader thoroughly entertained.
RATING: 4 STARS
About The Author
So what kinda stuff do I write?
Well, I write what I love reading, Romantic Comedy and the original kinda British ChickLit. I don’t do vampires, werewolves, or horror, because sheesh, I wanna sleep at night. In my bed. Not underneath it. So if you like Bridget Jones or Shopaholic, then you might dig my stuff.
My heroines are women in their late twenties / early thirties. My heroes are hot, cute and not too hunky. My stories are about life, love and friendship, with a few twists and turns and tons of fun. They’re not particularly deep, nor meaningful, they’re a lighthearted, easy read, that go well with a glass of wine and a few chocs, and just might make you laugh out loud.
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