Welcome to Reading Addiction Blog Tour’s stop for ‘Confidante: The Brothel‘.
The official blurb:
I particularly liked the short bursts of information and various annecdotes. It makes it a novel you could pick up, read for a bit, and then put down without feeling frustrated. I don’t think it’s an edge-of-seat book, but it has a certain allure.
It’s interesting the way perceptions have and haven’t changed over the times about prostitution. Everything in this novel is about sex, even her early jobs, so I imagine that she was a very attractive woman, and couldn’t really help what she turned out doing. She’s als very practical, which I appreciated.
There are some tense changes and a couple of dialogue things that bugged me as I read, but it was quite well written. I was happy that it was a memoir type thing, and that made it easier for me to accept the different people as people (instead of characters that hadn’t been fleshed out). If they’re real people, it’s impossible to predict what their reactions on the personal side should be.
About the Author
Australian author of Confidante: The Brothel – Lilliana is a wife, mother of 4 and friend to many.
She lives a relatively quiet life in suburban Melbourne and spends most of her spare time writing the Confidante series as well as a racey drama of love and loss with the working title ‘What Might Have Been’.
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