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In at the Deep End A deliciously disarming debut novel about a twenty something Londoner who discovers that she may have been looking for love — and pleasure — in all the wrong places ie from men Julia has had enough Enough of the sex noises her roommate makes Enough of her dead end government job Enough of the one night stand who accused her of breaking his penis The only thing she hasn’t had enough of is orgasms; she hasn’t had proper sex in three years So when Julia gets invited to a warehouse party in a part of town where trendy people who have lots of sex go on a Friday night she readily accepts And that night she meets someone a figurative artist who also happens to be a woman Julia’s sexual awakening begins; her new lesbian life is exhilarating She finds her tribe at ueer swing dancing classes and guided by her new lover Sam she soon discovers London’s gay bars and BDSM clubs  and the complexities of polyamory Soon it becomes clear that Sam needs to call the shots and Julia’s newfound liberation comes to bear a suspicious resemblance to entrapment   In at the Deep End is an unforgettable and audacious odyssey through the pitfalls and seductions we encounter on the treacherous path to love and self 


10 thoughts on “In at the Deep End

  1. says:

    DNF 25% I truly hated the main character's voice in this one I really tried to push through but life is too short to read books you're not enjoying Thank u next


  2. says:

    I don't know why but when I began reading In at the deep end I had the Johnny Lee song running through my head Looking for love in all the wrong places In this book twenty something Julia is living with her roommate and her roommate's boyfriend Hearing them have s


  3. says:

    Julia a civil servant in the correspondence department in London shares a flat with her best friend Alice and her boyfriend Dave Grumpy from being kept awake most of the night by Alice and Dave’s sex noises her mood is further soured by Alice pointing out that sh


  4. says:

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || || Pinterest So much for my streak of amazing books I think I jinxed myself by bragging about my good book luck IN AT THE DEEP END was advertised as an LGBT Bridget Jones which would have been aces had that actually been the case


  5. says:

    If a book is described asBridget Jones alike I am almost guaranteed to read it English humor and dating disasters are my thingIn at the Deep End begins as a funny lesbian Bridget Jones romp and ends in an oversexed 9 12 Weeks type emotional gutter So our 26 year pro


  6. says:

    I was very kindly given an e arc of this book through Netgalley and HarperCollins UK If I were just judging this book on the first 35% then it could have been a five stars Funny crude and startlingly open this is a contemporary novel about a young woman named Julia di


  7. says:

    This is a hilarious book with a somewhat dirty sex description in every chapter It's like reading a book version of GIRLSBeware of the inevitable tears at the end thoughThank you NetGalley for this one night stand page turner adventure in exchange for my honest review


  8. says:

    45 stars What an incredible book While at first it started lighter with very Bridget Jones esue dry wit about dating life in London but about coming out as a lesbian the tone went darker as it explored Julia's first serious relationship with a woman This girlfriend turn


  9. says:

    IN AT THE DEEP END is Kate Davies’s debut novel following Julia an anxious 20 something in London in an aimless job as she learns she’s ueer and starts exploring lesbian dating scene For the most part it was so bad it’s good it’s definitely a “beach read” it


  10. says:

    After reading the first chapter I thought for sure I’d be recommending this book to my friend Julia’s thoughts as a narrator resonated closely with my own and her wry insights were often coupled with a clever sense of humor However after about the first 40 pages the d


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