The Morning After Memoirs by Kate Michaels book review

the memoirs of the morning after

The Morning After Memoirs is Kate Michaels debut novel and is available now in ebook format, paperback format and is part of the kindle unlimited scheme.

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Twenty-nine-year-old Jess wakes up on New Year’s Day a touch hungover and a whole lot confused. The man in bed next to her is not her boyfriend, Ben. In fact, she doesn’t even remember Not-Ben’s name. It won’t be the first time she finds herself in a questionable situation in a year that proves her new single-in-the-city lifestyle is far from the glamorous, Sex And The City world she’s been promised on TV. Between hacking through last year’s leg hair, accidentally snogging someone who may well be her cousin, getting hit over the head with a sex toy that isn’t even hers, and ending the night with a walk of shame into her parent’s garage, Jess’s single life is turning out more cockroaches than cocktails.

The Morning After Memoirs is the story of one woman’s search for love, meaning, and a low-calorie alternative to wine.

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I’d like to thank the publishers, Ago Publishing, for an arc in return for an honest review.

This was such a fun, witty read.  It had moments of hilarity; I loved Kate Michaels’ description of all Jess’ friends and acquaintances. Jess’ parents are one of the funniest book parents I’ve read about, such great comedic moments coming from both her mum and dad, classic!  It was a kind of diary style novel going through the year from when Jess woke up from her New Year’s Eve celebrations to the next New Year.  A lot happened for Jess in this year she becomes single, homeless, new job, new friends, new loves.  It was a sexy, fun, rollercoaster of emotions and events for city girl Jess.  A fantastic debut novel. 4.5/5*

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